A new film is currently in production, and a killer is on the loose. The murders draw a reporter, ex-cop, and young woman to the set of the movie inspired by their life. They soon find out that they are dealing with a trilogy, and in a trilogy...anything can happen.Written by
Neve Campbell's contract allowed her to be on the set for just twenty days, which is why Sidney has less screentime than in the other films. As a result of her role being reduced, more emphasis was put on the supporting characters. See more »
(at around 3 mins) In the opening sequence, we see Cotton's girlfriend Christina step out of the shower. In the next shot, she is wearing perfect makeup. See more »
Maybe it's not meant to be...
Not meant to be? You in that town search for the new Sidney. 50,000 girls and they pick you! You gotta be praying this movie keeps going!
Of course I am but not at the expense of people's lives.
Oh, cue the violins!
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R1 DVD includes an alternative ending and some deleted/alternative scenes:
Two different versions of Cotton Weary's pre-title sequence;
A scene taking place on the Stab 3 set, where we see the crew sitting together and talking with Dewey;
A scene showing Jenny McCarthy talking with a security guard for Sunrise Studios.
The alternate ending to the film involves Sydney hiding from the killer, while preparing to strike at the right moment. Only the beginning and end of the two endings are different.
Disappointing sequel to the mega hit series finds Neve Campbell forced out of hiding after a ghost faced killer starts murdering people in Hollywood and leaving pictures of her mother at the crime scene. Fast paced, scary, and exciting, but it simply doesn't have the charm, humor, and originality of the first two. The first two presented violence with a wink and had you screaming & laughing at the same time, all that is left this time around is carnage. The cast doesn't have none of the appeal that the previous entries did.
Rated R; Graphic Violence & Profanity.
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