Scream 3

The events of the story are set three years after those of Scream 2 and follows Sidney Prescott (Campbell), who has gone into self-imposed isolation following the events of the previous two films but is drawn to Hollywood after a new Ghostface begins killing the cast of the film within a film "Stab 3". (Wikipedia)

Scream 3, 2000, USA, 120 minutes. Directed by Wes Craven. Screenplay by Ehren Krueger. Company: Dimension Films.

Cast: Neve Campbell (Sidney Prescott), David Arquette (Dewey Riley), Courteney Cox Arquette (Gale Weathers), Liev Schreiber (Cotton Weary), Roger Jackson (The Voice), Kelly Rutherford (Christine Hamilton), Patrick Dempsey (Detective Mark Kincaid), Lynn McRee (Maureen Roberts Prescott), Scott Foley (Roman Bridger), Lance Henriksen (John Milton), Deon Richmond (Tyson Fox), Matt Keeslar (Tom Prinze), Jenny McCarthy (Sarah Darling), Emily Mortimer (Angelina Tyler), Parker Posey (Jennifer Jolie), Patrick Warburton (Steven Stone), Heather Matarazzo (Martha Meeks), Jamie Kennedy (Randy Meeks), Carrie Fisher (Bianca), C.W. Morgan (Mr. Loomis), Beth Toussaint (Female Caller), Julie Janney (Moderator), Richmond Arquette (Student), Nancy O'Dell (Female Reporter), Ken Taylor (Male Reporter), Roger Corman (Studio Executive), Josh Pais (Wallace), John Embry (Stage Security Guard), Lawrence Hecht (Neil Prescott), Lisa Beach (Studio Tour Guide), Kevin Smith (Silent Bob), Jason Mewes (Jay), Erik Erath (Stan), Daniel K. Arredondo (Office Security Guard), Lisa Gordon (Waitress), Robert Baier (Studio Guard), Wes Craven (Man with Video Camera) and Peter Deming (Man Eating Popcorn).

Produced by: Daniel K. Arredondo, Stuart M. Besser, Dixie J. Capp, Cary Granat, Cathy Konrad, Marianne Maddalena, Nicholas Mastandrea, Julie Plec, Andrew Rona, Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Williamson.

Music by: Marco Beltrami.

Director of Photography: Peter Deming.

Editor: Patrick Lussier.

Location: Los Angeles and West Hollywood (California). » More details

Filming Dates:
6 July 1999 to 29 September 1999.
January 2000 (re-shoots).

Release date: 4 February, 2000.

Budget: $ 40 millions.

Opening weekend: $34,713,342 (USA) (6 February 2000) (3,467 Screens).

Official Site: Miramax

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Script: Early script | Final script