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Moviemans Kommentar zur DVD: Die Qualität zur ersten Version hat sich deutlich gesteigert. Auch ist die Verwendung einer englischen Tonspur für einen. Scream 3. Advent: Advent, Advent das Opfer rennt Dieser etwas „gore-ige“ Anfang gehört nämlich zu einem Film, der sich selbst und das Horrorgenre. 4 x Films - Scream Scream 2, Scream 3, Scream 4 Product details. MPAA rating: s_medNotRated NR (Not Rated). Scream 3. Advent: Advent, Advent das Opfer rennt Dieser etwas „gore-ige“ Anfang gehört nämlich zu einem Film, der sich selbst und das Horrorgenre. Scream. Scream - Das Original. /db_data/movies/scream/scen/l/ki_annual-report.eu 4 x Films - Scream Scream 2, Scream 3, Scream 4 Product details. MPAA rating: s_medNotRated NR (Not Rated). Wie diese Bezugnahmen in der Aneignung von Filmen aussehen können, ist im Film»Scream 2«zu beobachten, wenn dort die Studenten darüber diskutieren.
Craven insisted the scene should remain, as he felt it developed the character and her relationship with her deceased mother. Williamson later confirmed that he was glad that Craven proved him wrong about the scene.
Dimension Films head Bob Weinstein realized while reviewing the script that there were thirty pages approximately thirty on-screen minutes without a murder, so he instructed Williamson to have another character killed.
Williamson had struggled to find a reason for several extraneous characters to leave a party scene so that the killer could attack, finally determining that the announcement of the discovery of Himbry's corpse would serve to remove the non-essential characters who are so upset that they leave the party before and enabling the start of the murders.
Opinions at the studio were split between those who believed a motive was needed for resolution and those who felt the action was scarier without one.
As there were two killers, Williamson decided to do both: Billy Loomis had the motive of maternal abandonment, while the second killer, Stu Macher, jokingly suggests "peer pressure" as his motive when prompted.
Dimension had previously released several horror films and intended to focus on that genre. Konrad brought the script to Bob Weinstein's assistant, Richard Potter.
Believing it had potential, he brought it to Weinstein's attention. Williamson said he chose Dimension because he believed they would produce Scary Movie immediately and without significantly censoring the violence in the script.
However, by the time Craven read the script, it had already been sold. Bob Weinstein approached Craven early in the planning stages, because he felt Craven's previous work in the genre that combined horror and comedy would make him the perfect person to bring Williamson's script to screen.
Craven was already busy developing a remake of The Haunting and was considering distancing himself from the horror genre.
He was growing weary of what he felt was an inherent misogyny and violence in it. Romero , and Sam Raimi. When production of The Haunting collapsed, Craven was freed from that commitment and found himself in need of a project.
When he heard an established actress wanted to be involved, Craven reasoned that Scary Movie might be different from other films of the genre he had previously undertaken, and he contacted Weinstein to accept the job.
As the film neared completion, the Weinstein brothers changed the film's title from Scary Movie to Scream.
Bob Weinstein considered Scary Movie to be an unsuitable title as, in addition to the horror and violence, the film contained elements of satire and comedy; Weinstein wished for that to be better conveyed by the title.
The change was effected so late into production that congratulatory gifts bore the original name. Sony Pictures filed a lawsuit against Dimension Films and Miramax, claiming that the title " Scream " infringed on the copyright of Sony's own Screamers , released the previous year.
After the case was settled out of court—the details remain confidential— Scream 2 producer Marianne Maddalena considered that the case was a result of other issues between the two companies and did not truly pertain to the film's moniker.
Maddalena confirmed that the studio was free to use the Scream brand for future films. Scream was a turning point in terms of casting for the horror genre, which normally involved relatively unknown actors.
The genre was considered unsuitable for bigger names as the films had lower budgets and often attained negative critical response.
She approached the production team herself to request a role. Barrymore, a member of the Barrymore family of actors and granddaughter of actor John Barrymore , had become a star in her own right following her appearance in E.
The producers were quick to take advantage of her unexpected interest, and signed her to play the lead role of Sidney Prescott.
She instead played the smaller role of Casey Becker, which allowed her to remain involved and still gave the production the advantage of her stature.
He believed she could portray a character who was "innocent", but who could also realistically handle herself while dealing with the physical conflict and emotions required by the role.
She accepted because Scream would be her first leading role, and because she adored the character, saying "She's a fantastic character for any kind of movie.
For the character of news reporter Gale Weathers, the studio wanted a recognizable actress. They auditioned Brooke Shields and Janeane Garofalo. She was interested in playing a "bitch" character to offset her "nice" Friends image.
This image was the main reason why the producers initially refused to consider Cox for the part. Cox continued to lobby the studio as she felt she could believably play the character; her efforts ultimately succeeded.
The casting director believed she best embodied the "spunky", "cynical" but "innocent" nature of the character. The producers viewed him as "perfect" for the part and noted his resemblance to a young Johnny Depp as he appeared in A Nightmare on Elm Street , one of the many films referenced in Scream.
They believed the experience helped them be more comfortable with each other, which allowed a more natural portrayal of the relationship between their characters.
David Arquette was also approached for the role of Billy Loomis but he asked to read for the part of Dewey Riley after reading the script.
Craven appreciated his softer, funnier approach to the character, and gave him the role. Casting director Lisa Beach saw Lillard in the hallway and asked him to audition for the part.
The producers favored Kennedy, believing him to best embody the role. The producers were adamant that he was the best choice and successfully fought to keep him.
Jackson , voice of the character Ghostface , was picked at the end of several weeks of local casting in Santa Rosa, where parts of Scream were filmed.
They decided that Jackson's contribution was perfect and kept it. Jackson was present on the set and spoke to actors by phone to help aid their performance.
The cast was rounded out by W. Morgan as Hank Loomis Billy's father. Liev Schreiber appeared in a minor role as Cotton Weary, the framed killer of Sidney's mother, and Linda Blair made a brief cameo as a TV reporter outside the school.
Henry Winkler appeared as Principal Himbry, an aggressive school principal. He remained uncredited so as to not draw attention away from the young main cast.
The argument over where to film almost led to Craven being removed from the project, but the Weinsteins eventually agreed to keep the production in America.
The house of Barrymore's character is situated southeast of Santa Rosa on Sonoma Mountain Road, directly facing the house used in the horror film Cujo The school board insisted on seeing the script and immediately objected to the violence against teenage children and the cynical, dark dialogue, including that of the fictional school principal.
Comparisons were made between film violence and the kidnap and murder of Polly Klaas three years prior, which had left the area sensitized toward violence.
Others argued for the film's First Amendment rights. Unwilling to be delayed, Craven began filming as scheduled on the 15th. He started with the opening scene of the film, which features Barrymore;  the scene took five days to complete.
The production was forced to find another location for the school, and ended up filming at the Sonoma Community Center, southeast of Santa Rosa. The progress of filming was criticized early on.
Bob Weinstein disliked the Ghostface mask, believing it was not "scary". Upon reviewing the dailies footage of the opening scene, the studio was concerned that the film was progressing in an unwanted direction.
They considered replacing Craven. After viewing the new footage, the studio was content to let Craven continue as director. Weinstein, having seen the mask in action, was satisfied that it could be scary.
Actors spent weeks undertaking intense emotional and physical scenes while coated in fake blood and wounds. Director of photography Mark Irwin was fired during filming of Scream ' s finale, a week before principal photography was to be completed.
Upon review of the dailies, Craven found the footage was out of focus and unusable. He retorted that if his crew were to be fired, they would also have to fire him.
The producers fired him and replaced him with Peter Deming , who finished the film. One of their first tasks was the production of a mask for the film's killer.
In his script, Williamson had only described the antagonist as a "masked killer", which gave Craven no specific information on what type of mask to use or how to conceal the body.
He was told to create one that the production could own. Craven found nothing like the Ghostface design, so he had KNB develop a mask that was based on it, with enough differences to avoid any claim of copyright.
The team developed several molds based on the Ghostface design, but Craven found none were as suitable as the mask he wanted to use.
While negotiations were in progress, he had KNB make a mask that was very similar to the original mask, but was appropriate for use in filming.
The mask they produced, made of a thin foam, was used in two scenes of the film: the opening scene with Barrymore's character and the murder of Principal Himbry.
Craven disliked the mask due to its slight differences from the original, and thus used the Fun World design for the rest of filming. KNB Effects created over 50 gallons of fake blood , normally composed of corn syrup and food dye, to create the special effect of severe wounds.
An umbrella with a retractable tip is used as a stabbing weapon in the finale. Ulrich wore a protective vest beneath his shirt to help prevent harm while a stuntwoman attacked him with it.
The second thrust missed the vest and stabbed Ulrich on his chest, impacting a wound from an open heart surgery operation. Ulrich's genuine pain was captured on film and used in the release version of Scream.
Two of the most complex special effects in the film were the corpses of Barrymore's and Walls' characters, Casey Becker and Steve Orth.
The actor would kneel behind it while his upper body, head, and arms were positioned within the chair's seating area. The fake abdomen was filled with rubber, latex, and gelatin pieces smeared in fake blood—the "internal organs" — which could then fall free.
The team utilized a similar approach, but replicated Barrymore's entire body, as it would be impossible to conceal her real body and display the special effect of her character having been gutted.
After filming was completed in June , Craven spent two months editing the final product. He was forced to tone down or obscure the more intense scenes and overall violence to avoid an NC rating, which is considered "box office suicide"—cinemas and retail chains often refused to stock NC titles.
Dimension was desperate for a less-restrictive R rating , but the producers felt the demanded cuts would remove key elements from the film and reduce its quality.
Craven sent eight different cuts of the film to deal with complaints. Problematic scenes included the gutting death of Steve Orth Walls , where he was required to remove any movement of the character's internal organs; the throat-cutting of Kenny, where he had to trim the end of the scene, as the MPAA felt the actor's pained expression was too "disturbing"; and they had to shorten the length of time spent viewing the crushed head of Tatum Riley.
The MPAA required that the blood not be seen in motion—falling to the floor from the body. It seemed unlikely that the film would be able to achieve an R rating without further significant cuts.
He believed they misunderstood the film and to which genre Scream really belonged, and were focusing too much on the horror elements. The Scream score was provided by fledgling composer Marco Beltrami , his first time scoring a feature film.
Craven's assistant Julie Plec had requested input on composers who were "new", "fresh", and "wonderful", and was given Beltrami's name by several people.
Beltrami was contacted for samples of his work. Craven, impressed by what he heard, requested Beltrami come to the set to view the opening thirteen minutes of the film containing the introduction and the death of Barrymore's character.
Beltrami was hired to score the entire film on the basis of this sample. Craven and editor Patrick Lussier advised him on how to deliver music that would raise the tension and how to use stings to punctuate the more intense moments.
The volume would be raised to indicate that the killer is hiding behind a door, but nothing would be present upon its opening. Beltrami decided to intentionally disregard conventional horror score styles.
He approached the film as a western , taking influence from Ennio Morricone , a prolific composer for many westerns.
Beltrami states that the voice "spoke" for the character, "lamenting" the loss of her mother. The song was used throughout the film's sequels.
As of , Scream is currently the th highest-grossing movie worldwide. It was shown in cinemas for nearly eight months after its release.
The website's critical consensus reads, "Horror icon Wes Craven's subversive deconstruction of the genre is sly, witty, and surprisingly effective as a slasher film itself, even if it's a little too cheeky for some.
Peter Stack of the San Francisco Chronicle appreciated the shift from the teen slasher films of the s and their "endless series of laborious, half-baked sequels".
Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film a positive review of 3 out of 4 stars, appreciating "the in-jokes and the self-aware characters", but was confused over whether the level of violence was "defused by the ironic way the film uses it and comments on it".
She wrote that Craven "wants things both ways, capitalizing on lurid material while undermining it with mocking humor. Not even horror fans who can answer all this film's knowing trivia questions may be fully comfortable with such an exploitative mix.
Scream remained unreleased on DVD in some foreign territories, including Europe, until Each package contained additional content found in the Collector's Edition version of the US release, including deleted scenes, outtakes, theatrical trailers, music videos, and crew commentary.
The Blu-ray presents the films in p high definition. The releases contain all the additional materials found on the Collector's Edition DVD, including outtakes and deleted scenes.
The Alice Cooper version of " School's Out " appeared in the film following the closure of Woodsboro high school, but it was replaced with a cover version of the song by The Last Hard Men on the album.
The song was also one of the few songs featured in John Carpenter's Halloween, a film that Scream homaged heavily. Analyst Jeff Smith describes the musical choice as:.
An ironic comment on the brutality we have just seen in the opening sequence. More importantly, however, the allusion to the Blue Öyster Cult classic recasts the song's title by literalizing its meaning.
While the title itself invokes the Reaper as a popular symbol for death, the film presents us with an actual person, who not only dresses as the Grim Reaper but also unleashes homicidal vengeance on the other characters of the film.
The irony here, of course, is that Billy himself proves to be one of the film's dual slashers and is, in fact, the "Reaper" to be feared.
Nick Cave performs a version of the track written specifically for Scream 3 in that film. An alternate version of the music video "Drop Dead Gorgeous" by Republica , featuring clips from the film, was shown on music networks such as MTV.
Although the song can be heard in the film, it is only included on the European edition of the soundtrack album.
The song was also used in one of the film's television commercials. The soundtrack album was not considered a success, failing to chart on the US Billboard The score to Scream received generally positive reviews, with Mikael Carlsson labeling it as "some of the most intriguing horror scores composed in years".
Williamson had attached five-page proposals for potential sequels to Scream when he originally sold the script, hoping to entice prospective buyers into buying a film and a franchise.
When Dimension Films bought the script, they secured Williamson for two future Scream films, should the original prove successful.
The second picture was given an increased budget. The surviving cast—Campbell, Cox, Arquette, Kennedy, and Schreiber—all returned, as well as much of the original crew, including editor Patrick Lussier and composer Marco Beltrami.
The three original films, released in a five-year period, followed the story of Sidney Prescott's encounters with a succession of killers adopting the Ghostface disguise.
The films also analyze her relationship with her deceased mother, who inadvertently initiates the events depicted in the films. The Weinstein Company stated that the success of Scream 4 could have led to potential sequels and a new Scream trilogy,  with Campbell,  Arquette,  Craven,  and Williamson  all having been contracted or expressed interest in appearing in future installments.
Almost twenty-five years after the release of Scream and ten years after the release of Scream 4 , a fifth film entered development.
It was also confirmed that the film will begin production later in the year in Wilmington, North Carolina when safety protocols are in place due to the COVID pandemic.
In the years following the release of Scream , the film has been accused of inspiring copycat crimes and inducing violent acts. The case became known as the "Scream murder" and fell under intense media scrutiny after the boys claimed they were inspired by Scream and Scream 2.
The pair confessed to needing the money acquired from Gina's murder to fund a killing spree, which would include purchasing two Ghostface costumes , as well as a voice-changer used by the characters in the films.
During their trial, Madeline Levine, a psychologist who studied the effect of violence on children, stated, "There were a whole bunch of reasons why they acted out that way.
But did the movie provide a blueprint? However, presiding judge John Cheroske ordered that evidence pertaining to Scream be barred and that the case not be referred to as the "Scream murder", refusing media access to the courtroom, intending that the case be tried as murder and nothing else.
On January 17, , year-old Ashley Murray was stabbed multiple times in the head and back before being left for dead by his friends Daniel Gill, 14, and Robert Fuller, He was later found and saved by an elderly man walking his dog.
The pair were dubbed the "Scream attackers" after it emerged that they had watched Scream shortly before the attack and drawings of the Ghostface mask were found among their possessions.
Their actions were additionally blamed on physical abuse , drugs and exposure to black magic in their home life. On May 4, , following the Columbine High School massacre and increasing news media reports on the effects of violent films, games, and other media on society, the United States Senate Commerce committee held a hearing about Hollywood's marketing of films to youths.
The committee focused specifically on horror films. The opening scene of Scream , featuring the murder of Barrymore's character, was shown to the committee as an example of negative media which may be viewed by children.
He ran away when he saw a neighbor approaching, and the girl told the neighbor the name of her attacker before she died from her injuries.
After being arrested, the boy told police that he had wanted to kill someone to emulate the Ghostface character from Scream. Prior to Scream ' s release the popularity of the horror genre had been considered to be in decline with many films released straight to video while those released in cinemas were sequels to popular and established franchises, such as Halloween , Friday the 13th , A Nightmare on Elm Street , and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre , capable of drawing audiences despite decreasing budgets and diminishing critical reception.
The glut of sequels contributed to audience familiarity with the icons of the late s and early s such as Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees that they were considered to have lost their ability to instill scares or interest in their audience.
Following its release many studios, including Scream ' s own Dimension Films, rushed to capitalize on its unexpected success with the release of films such as I Know What You Did Last Summer and Urban Legend as well as sequels to popular, but diminishing, franchises such as Halloween H 20 Years Later and Bride of Chucky.
Much of the humor of the film Scary Movie relies upon specific references to other contemporary films. Roger Ebert remarked in his review that "to get your money's worth, you need to be familiar with the various teenage horror franchises.
Major references to Scream include the identity of Ghostface and the murder of Drew Decker in the opening scene, a reference to the opening scene of Scream in which the same thing occurs to the character played by Drew Barrymore.
Additionally, the characters of Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer are heavily mirrored in the film, and the title Scary Movie was originally the working title for the project that would eventually become Scream.
Scream ranks 32 on Entertainment Weekly 's list of the "50 Best High School Movies",  and the opening scene featuring the death of Barrymore's character ranked 13 on Bravo 's Scariest Movie Moments.
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