Scary Movie is an American horror comedy film series, that has a total of five parody films, the main focus of which is spoofing horror films. The films have been greatly successful. They have collectively grossed almost a total of $900 million worldwide. There are two recurring actresses in it, they are Anna Faris and Regina Hall, who play Cindy Campbell and Brenda Meeks, they have appeared in all the installments till now, except the fifth film. The franchise was originally created by Keenen Ivory Wayans, Shawn Wayans, and Marlon Wayans, who wrote and directed the first two installments and also starred in the latter two.
Scary Movie 7 Release Date
While there is no further news if there would be another movie in this whole series or not. so for now, this is all the information we have, stay tuned for more.
|Name of the Movie||Scary|
|Part Number||Part 7|
|Scary Movie Release Date||7 July 2000|
|Scary Movie 7 Release Date||Not Announced Yet|
Scary Movie (2000, First Movie)
Scary Movie is the first film in this franchise. This was also the highest-grossing film of the whole series, it collected a total of $278,019,771 worldwide. It is a collective spoof of a number of films as well as television shows. It primarily focused on Scream and I know what you did last summer.
After accidentally hitting a man with their car, a group of teenagers (including Cindy Campbell (Anna Faris), Bobby Prinze (Jon Abrahams), Buffy Gilmore (Shannon Elizabeth), Greg Phillipe (Lochlyn Munro), Ray Wilkins (Shawn Wayans), and Brenda Meeks (Regina Hall) decide to dump his body in a lake and never talk about it again. A year later, someone dressed as Ghostface kills them one by one.
Scary Movie 2 (2001, The Second Movie)
Scary Movie 2 serves as the sequel to the first film Scary movie in the franchise. It grossed $141,220,678 worldwide, including $71,308,997 in the United States. This is the final installment to be rated R, and it also marks the end of the Wayans brothers’ involvement with the franchise.
The film begins with a parody of The Exorcist in which Megan Voorhees (who shares the same surname as fictional serial killer Jason Voorhees) is possessed by Hugh Kane and two priests, Father McFeely and Father Harris (James Woods and Andy Richter), must force Hugh Kane out. He shoots Megan in the head after she insults McFeely’s mother.
Cindy, Brenda, Ray, and Shorty make a comeback in this film. Buddy (Christopher Masterson), Theo (Kathleen Robertson), and Alex replace Greg, Buffy, and Bobby (Tori Spelling).
The film then transitions into a parody of The Haunting, with the plot beginning with a perverted college professor, Professor Oldman (Tim Curry), and his wheelchair-bound assistant, Dwight (David Cross), planning to study ghosts inside a haunted mansion using the clueless teens as bait. Strange things happen at the house: Ray is attacked by a clown (who he also rapes), Shorty is attacked by a living marijuana plant, Cindy fights a possessed cat, and Dwight gets into an argument.
Scary Movie 3
This is the third movie in this series. It earned a total of $220,673,217 worldwide. This is also the second most successful movie in the whole series. This movie has the plot of the movie The Ring and Signs as well as it spoofs several other movies as well.
Scary Movie 4
Scary Movie 4 is the fourth installment in the series. The film grossed $40 million at the weekend box office, ranking it third in the series. Scary Movie 4 is the third highest grossing entry, earning $178,049,620 at the global box office.
Scary Movie 5
Scary Movie 5 is the franchise’s fifth installment. It’s the only film in the series that doesn’t star Anna Faris or Regina Hall. The film was panned by critics and fans alike, grossing $72,992,798 at the box office worldwide, making it the franchise’s least successful film.
Scary Movie 6
Scary Movie 6 came in 2021, it went back to the roots. Scary Movie 6 is a horror comedy parody film released in 2021 that parodies the films Child’s Play, Get Out, Scream, Unfriended, IT Chapter 2, Happy Death Day (and sequel 2U), and Annabelle Comes Home.