A piece of L.A. lore says the town of Burbank, just outside Hollywood proper, is filled with giant crows that were left behind after filming of the original goth classic, The Crow. It's not true, of course, even though there are a lot of those massive black birds flying around the area. (They just like it here?) Lake Havasu, a resort on the Arizona/California border, is dealing with just such a myth right now, but it has slightly more serious implications for sun, fun and tourism. The intentionally over-the-top Piranha 3D, opening Friday, was filmed there, and with all that blood in the water, some folks suspect the easily recognizable lake really is home to man-eating fish. Nope. Three words: computer-generated images. "If you Google Lake Havasu, 'piranha' shows up," says a concerned city spokesman. Locals say the most dangerous creatures on the lake are actually the drunken boaters. See? Nothing to be afraid of here. Meanwhile, the cast of the throwback horror flick is "campaigning" for Oscar consideration in a FunnyOrDie clip (above) in such categories as "best gun-toting jet ski fight in a piranha-related film." Why not?