Scream 3
Someone has taken their love of trilogies one step too far.
( Comedy / Horror / Mystery / Thriller )

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US Runtime: 116 min

Premiere Date:
Feb 04, 2000   [USA]
Director: Wes Craven
Writer: Ehren Kruger   [written by]
Producers: Daniel K. Arredondo   [Co-Producer]
Harvey Weinstein   [Executive Producer]
Bob Weinstein   [Executive Producer]
Andrew Rona   [Executive Producer]
Julie Plec   [Co-Producer]
Nicholas Mastandrea   [Associate Producer]
Marianne Maddalena   [Producer]
Cathy Konrad   [Producer]
Cary Granat   [Executive Producer]
Dixie J. Capp   [Co-Producer]
Stuart M. Besser   [Co-Executive Producer]
Kevin Williamson   [Producer]
Cinematography: Peter Deming
Edited by: Patrick Lussier
Production Companys: Craven-Maddalena Films
Dimension Films
Konrad Pictures


Neve Campbell
Sidney Prescott
Courteney Cox
Gale Weathers
David Arquette
Dwight 'Dewey' Riley
Parker Posey
Jennifer Jolie
Emily Mortimer
Angelina Tyler
Deon Richmond
Tyson Fox
Lance Henriksen
John Milton
Patrick Warburton
Steven Stone
Matt Keeslar
Tom Prinze
Liev Schreiber
Cotton Weary
Kelly Rutherford
Christine Hamilton
Josh Pais
Det. Jason Wallace
Heather Matarazzo
Martha Meeks
Beth Toussaint
voice of Female Caller
Lawrence Hecht
Mr. Neil Prescott
Julie Janney
Carrie Fisher
Bianca Burnette
Richmond Arquette
Roger Corman
Studio Executive
Lynn McRee
Maureen Roberts-Prescott
Ken Taylor
Male Reporter
John Emery
Stage Security Guard
Lisa Beach
Studio Tour Guide
Daniel K. Arredondo
Office Security Guard
Kevin Smith
Silent Bob
Jason Mewes
C.W. Morgan
Hank Loomis
Peter Deming
Man Eating Popcorn On Studio Tour (uncredited)
Wes Craven
Man With Video Camera On Studio Tour (uncredited)
Robert Baier
Studio Guard (uncredited)


Pete Anthony
Barry Barclay
production assistant
Alexander Yves Brunner
cinematographer's apprentice
Amiee Clark
production assistant
Kim Crockett
set production assistant
David Deever
video engineer
John Embry
set production assistant
John Embry
post-production assistant
Jennifer Ann Henry
2nd asst. camera: additional photography
Rick Herres
first company rigging grip
Paul Hughen
director of photography: second unit
Eugene B. Kerry
Lauren Klain
set production assistant
Kevin Kliesch
Hilary Klym
second company grip
Jon Kull
Dennis M. Kuneff
assistant first company rigging grip
Roger Meilink
rigging gaffer: second unit
Wendy Neel Brogan
assistant accountant
Scott Andrew Ressler
first assistant camera
Suzanne Santry
assistant: Marianne Madelena
William Self
rigging lighting technician
Philip Sloan
first company grip
Marc J. Ventimiglia
assistant location manager
Mark Volmer
John Burton West
assistant production coordinator

Special Effects:

digital main title
Fantasy II Film Effects
OCS/Freeze Frame/Pixel Magic

Filming Locations: (Now With Clickable Links To Location On Google Maps)


Tech Info:

Color Info:
Color (DeLuxe)
Cinematographic Process:
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Film Negative Format:
35 mm
Printed Film Format:
35 mm


  • Jay: Holy s**t, Silent Bob, it's that TV newschick Connie f**king Chung! Hey Connie, how's Maury? [Gale gives them the finger] Dude, I think she likes me. Did you see how she was looking at me?
  • Tom: Hey! It's the real Gale Weathers!
    Gale: Real from top to bottom.
  • Jennifer: Where, Nancy Drew wants to know where!
  • Detective Wallace: Hey, hey, Terminal Entertainment? This is a crime scene, all right?
  • Dewey: Surprise! Surprise! Someone dies and Gale comes running.


  • Randy's video resembles to the audiotape in Night of the Creeps that J.C. left Chris after he killed himself. Both include extensive details on how to defeat the enemy, and both include the phrase "they got me".
  • Jay and Silent Bob, the popular drug dealer characters from Kevin Smith's movies, appear as tourists visiting Sunrise Studios who spot Gail Weathers and mistake her for Connie Chung.
  • The empty cinematographer's chair on the "Stab 3" set has the name of the actual Scream 3 cinematographer, Peter Deming.
  • The Song "Red Right Hand" is played in all three of the movies.
  • Set a record in its opening weekend for number of screens in the U.S.: 3,467 (later surpassed by Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone with 3,762).


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