Scream 2


2h 2m 1997

Brief Synopsis

Sydney and tabloid reporter Gale Weathers survived the events of the first Scream but their nightmare isn't over. When two college students are murdered at a sneak preview of Stab, a movie based on the events from the first film, it's clear a copycat killer is on the loose. Sydney and Gail, as well as fellow survivors Deputy Dewey and Randy have to find out who is behind this new murder spree, before they all end up dead.

Film Details

Also Known As
Scream II, Scream: The Sequel
MPAA Rating
Genre
Horror
Thriller
Teens
Sequel
Release Date
1997
Distribution Company
Dimension Films
Location
Atlanta, Georgia, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 2m

Synopsis

Sidney goes to college and is pursued by a serial killer who has been inspired by the original Woodsboro murderers. The first victims are knifed to death at a showing of "Stab," the movie inspired by Gale Weathers' book about the killings. At college, Sidney is studying to become an actress and is dating again when she gets news that there is a copy-cat loose. Sidney is now back in the limelight, pursued by Weathers, the freed Cotton Weary, and supported by former deputy Dewey. All the while, the killer gets closer and closer.

Crew

Bill Abbott

Music Editor

Art Alexakis

Song

Rick Alexander

Rerecording

Tina Anderson

Post-Production Coordinator

Louisa V Anthony

Hair Stylist

Pete Anthony

Original Music

Daniel Arredondo

Assistant Director

Craig B

Song Performer

Greg Barbarell

Foley Artist

Lisa Beach

Casting

Marco Beltrami

Original Music

Marco Beltrami

Music

Howard Berger

Digital Effects Supervisor

Kamar Bitar

Special Effects Coordinator

Bill Boston

Original Music

G W Brown

Adr Supervisor

Scott Browner

Camera Operator

Paul Buckmaster

Song

Ted Burner

Art Director

Michele A Carmel

Production Coordinator

Nick Cave

Song

Tony Cecere

Stunt Coordinator

Jessica Craven

Song Performer

Jessica Craven

Song

Wes Craven

Other

Andy D'addario

Rerecording

D'angelo

Song Performer

Valerie Davidson

Foley Editor

Peter Deming

Director Of Photography

Kathleen Detoro

Costume Designer

Duane Eddy

Song Performer

Danny Elfman

Song

Kurt N Forshager

Editor

Jane Galli

Makeup Artist

Kirk Gardner

Steadicam Operator

Ed Gerrard

Music Supervisor

Howell Gibbens

Dialogue Editor

Cary Granat

Co-Executive Producer

Rich Green

Foley Artist

Dave Grohl

Song

Donny Hansard

Other

Barbara Harris

Adr Voice Casting

Emerson Hart

Song

Chiz Hasegawa

Special Effects Coordinator

Timothy Hillman

Location Manager

Paul Hughen

Camera Operator

Ivan Johnson

Other

Doc Kane

Adr Mixer

Bob Kensington

Set Decorator

Jason King

Foley Editor

Dugg Kirkpatrick

Hair

Cathy Konrad

Producer

John Kurlander

Other

John Kwiatkowski

Dialogue Editor

Daniel Lupi

Coproducer

Patrick Lussier

Editor

Mike Maccini

Song Performer

Mike Maccini

Song

Laura Macias

Foley Artist

Marianne Maddalena

Producer

Kevin Manthei

Original Music

Craig Markey

Production Supervisor

Nicholas C Mastandrea

Assistant Director

Dave Matthews

Song

Martin Roy Mervel

Set Designer

Joe Milner

Editor

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Song Performer

Greg Nicotero

Digital Effects Supervisor

Master P

Song

Julie Plec

Associate Producer

Richard Potter

Co-Executive Producer

Ronit Ravich-boss

Script Supervisor

Richard D Rogers

Rerecording

Ed Roland

Song

Tony Romero

Song

Andrew Rona

Co-Executive Producer

Carol Schwartz

Makeup

Adam Shankman

Choreographer

Collective Soul

Song Performer

Jim Stuebe

Sound Mixer

Jason Sweers

Graphic Artist

F. Scott Taylor

Sound Editor

Gary Thomas

Storyboard Artist

Ron Trost

Special Effects Coordinator

Scott Weber

Foley Mixer

Bob Weinstein

Executive Producer

Harvey Weinstein

Executive Producer

Kevin Williamson

Screenplay

Kevin Williamson

Characters As Source Material

Kevin Williamson

Executive Producer

Harvey Wydler

Song

Bob Ziembicki

Production Designer

Hans Zimmer

Song

Film Details

Also Known As
Scream II, Scream: The Sequel
MPAA Rating
Genre
Horror
Thriller
Teens
Sequel
Release Date
1997
Distribution Company
Dimension Films
Location
Atlanta, Georgia, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 2m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Winter December 12, 1997

Re-released in United States April 24, 1998

Released in United States on Video June 9, 1998

Released in United States Winter December 12, 1997

Re-released in United States April 24, 1998

Released in United States on Video June 9, 1998

Sequel to "Scream" (USA/1996), directed by Wes Craven.

Began shooting June 16, 1997.

Completed shooting August 28, 1997.

Dimension Films is the genre film division of Miramax Films.