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Scary Movie (2000)

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Following on the heels of popular teen-scream horror movies, with uproarious comedy and biting satire. Marlon and Shawn Wayans, Shannon Elizabeth and Carmen Electra pitch in to skewer some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters, including Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer, The Matrix, American Pie and The Blair Witch Project.

Director: Keenen Ivory Wayans
Writers: Shawn Wayans, Buddy Johnson, Phil Beauman, Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer, Marlon Wayans.

Release Date: 2000-07-07
Status: Released
Run time: 88 min / 1:28
Budget: $19,000,000
Revenue: $278,019,771
Production Companies : Brad Grey Pictures, Gold/Miller Productions, Wayans Bros. Entertainment, Dimension Films
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2000-07-07
Status: Released
Run time: 88 min / 1:28
Budget: $19,000,000
Revenue: $278,019,771

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Carmen Electra
as Drew Decker
Dave Sheridan
as Doofy Gilmore
Anna Faris
as Cindy Campbell
Jon Abrahams
as Bobby Prinze
Regina Hall
as Brenda Meeks
Marlon Wayans
as Shorty Meeks
Shannon Elizabeth
as Buffy Gilmore
Cheri Oteri
as Gail Hailstorm
Shawn Wayans
as Ray Wilkins
Keenen Ivory Wayans
as Slave
Marissa Jaret Winokur
as Garage Victim
James Van Der Beek
as Dawson Leery
Kurt Fuller
as The Sheriff
Lochlyn Munro
as Greg Phillippe
Rick Ducommun
as Cindy's Dad
Lloyd Berry
as Homeless Man
Dan Joffre
as Cameraman Kenny
David L. Lander
as Principal Squiggy
Kelly Coffield Park
as Teacher
Trevor Roberts
as Dookie
Jayne Trcka
as Miss Mann


Directing Keenen Ivory Wayans Director
Writing Shawn Wayans Screenplay
Writing Buddy Johnson Screenplay
Writing Phil Beauman Screenplay
Writing Jason Friedberg Screenplay
Production Eric L. Gold Producer
Production Keenen Ivory Wayans Producer
Production Marlon Wayans Producer
Production Shawn Wayans Producer
Editing Mark Helfrich Editor
Production Denise Doyle Casting
Production Anne McCarthy Casting
Production Christine Sheaks Casting
Production Mary Vernieu Casting
Art Lawrence F. Pevec Art Direction
Art Louise Roper Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Darryle Johnson Costume Design
Writing Aaron Seltzer Screenplay
Writing Marlon Wayans Screenplay
Production Lee R. Mayes Producer
Art Robb Wilson King Production Design
Camera Chris Large Still Photographer
Production Lisa Blum Co-Producer
Production Cary Granat Executive Producer
Production Brad Grey Executive Producer
Production Robb Wilson King Associate Producer
Production Peter Safran Executive Producer
Production Peter Schwerin Executive Producer
Production Bob Weinstein Executive Producer
Production Harvey Weinstein Executive Producer
Production Bo Zenga Executive Producer
Sound David Kitay Original Music Composer
Crew J.J. Makaro Stunt Coordinator
Camera Francis Kenny Director of Photography
Directing Madeleine Duff Script Supervisor
Camera David Crone Steadicam Operator
Camera David Crone Camera Operator
Camera Jim Van Dijk Steadicam Operator
Art Laura Hopkins Art Department Coordinator
Art David Hay Assistant Art Director
Art Clare Davis Construction Coordinator
Art Gary McVarish Construction Foreman
Art Arthur A. Green Greensman
Art David Beetham Lead Painter
Art Ken Hovgaard Location Scout
Art Marcus Endean Production Illustrator
Camera Greg Beaton First Assistant Camera
Costume & Make-Up Jana MacDonald Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Michelle Baines Costume Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Angelina P. Cameron Hair Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Linda Villalobos Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Stan Edmonds Makeup Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Corey Adams Prosthetic Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Andre Brouwer Set Costumer
Costume & Make-Up Stacey Butterworth Wigmaker
Crew Callum Simcoe Carpenter
Crew Gordon Wise Chef
Crew Cathy Cunliffe Craft Service
Crew Brad Kuehn Digital Effects Supervisor
Crew Donald Frank Bush Driver
Crew Holland Miller Makeup Effects
Crew Rob Summers Post Production Assistant
Crew Ninon Tantet Post Production Supervisor
Crew John B. Keys Scenic Artist
Crew Gordon Juli Security
Crew Gary Paller Special Effects Coordinator
Crew Brett Armstrong Stunts
Crew Carl J. Janssen Transportation Co-Captain
Crew Dennis Houser Transportation Coordinator
Production Lee R. Mayes Unit Production Manager
Crew Cara Leibovitz Unit Publicist
Editing Dennis McNeill Color Timer
Editing Bruce Fortune Dialogue Editor
Lighting Matt Almas Best Boy Electric
Lighting Vance Vegas Salvalaggio Lighting Technician
Lighting Ken W. Anderson Rigging Gaffer
Production Daniel R. Chavez Executive In Charge Of Post Production
Production Kevin Hyman Executive In Charge Of Production
Production Ed Nesling Location Manager
Production Cheryl Kurk Production Accountant
Production Sandra Palmer Production Coordinator
Sound Graham Crowell Boom Operator
Sound Terry Wilson Music Editor
Sound Michael Dilbeck Music Supervisor
Sound Don Nemitz Orchestrator
Sound Dan Wallin Scoring Mixer
Sound Sandy Berman Sound Designer
Sound Anthony Milch Sound Editor
Sound Steve Mann Sound Effects Editor
Sound John Leveque Supervising Sound Editor
Visual Effects Steward Burris 3D Supervisor
Visual Effects Peter Koczera Digital Compositors
Visual Effects Mara Hamilton Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Brian Jennings Visual Effects Supervisor
Writing Jim Coombs Storyboard
Production Janice Frome Unit Manager
Art Clive Edwards Property Master
Sound Richard Lightstone Production Sound Mixer
Art J.P. Bagshaw Set Dresser
Camera Ben Rusi Grip
Sound Meredith Gold Assistant Sound Editor
Art Chad W. Chilibeck Assistant Set Dresser
Art Alfio Berardo Assistant Property Master
Art Paul Jenkinson Lead Set Dresser
Art Peter Koczera Title Designer
Camera James Salberg Dolly Grip
Camera Al Campbell Key Grip
Costume & Make-Up Stan Edmonds Key Makeup Artist
Directing Michael Waxman First Assistant Director
Directing Suzan Derkson Second Assistant Director
Directing Jeff Mosuk Third Assistant Director
Lighting Dennis Brock Chief Lighting Technician
Production Barbara Harris ADR Voice Casting
Production Anna-Marie Plosz Assistant Production Coordinator
Production Rachael Erwin Casting Assistant
Sound Becky Sullivan ADR Editor
Sound Shawn Sykora Foley Editor
Sound Lee Lemont Supervising ADR Editor
Sound Charles Martin Inouye Supervising Music Editor
Sound Brian Best Apprentice Sound Editor
Sound Steve Kohler Sound Recordist
Directing Mark Hansson First Assistant Director (Prep)

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