R | | Horror, Mystery
While Sidney and her friends visit the Hollywood set of Stab 3, the third film based on the Woodsboro murders, another Ghostface killer rises to terrorize them.
Sarah complains to Roman that her character is stupid. When she reads the part in which her fictional character is in the shower, she says that the shower scene has been done before and mentions "Vertigo" as one such movie. This shows that Sarah is as stupid as her character as the movie she was referring to was "Psycho" (both movies directed by Alfred Hitchcock).
Female Caller: Who's this?
Cotton Weary: Who are you calling?
Female Caller: Oh, you know what, I've got the wrong number.
Cotton Weary: That's okay.
Female Caller: Wait, your voice. You sound a lot like that guy on TV, uh, Cotton Weary.
Cotton Weary: I do huh?
Female Caller: Yeah, I think he's got a really sexy voice.
Cotton Weary: Okay, well, thank ...
(at around 1h 7 mins) When Sidney jumps out of the window in the Sunrise Studios, and Dewey comes to her, there's a point where she is looking down, and the camera angle changes to show her looking right at Dewey.
A scene between Sidney (Neve Campbell) and Tyson (Deon Richmond) was cut out of the film for pacing. It reportedly involved the two talking about the similarities between an "I Know What You Did Last Summer"-ish flick Tyson was describing out of the pages of the Hollywood Reporter to Stab III.
$34,713,342 (USA) (6 February 2000)
$89,138,076 (USA) (18 June 2000)
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