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“Surprise Return: $900 Million Comedy Saga Makes Unexpected Comeback 12 Years Later” – Latest Movie News

The new installment will be the sixth in the franchise, which began in 2000 parodying horror films such as ‘Scream’ and ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’

To the saga Scary Movie He spent a decade parodying the most famous horror films and, unexpectedly, returns in 2025 to laugh at them again.

Paramount and Miramax have recently announced that there will be a new film in the comedy franchise that, after five installments, accumulated 900 million dollars all over the world. Fast & Furious producer Neal H. Moritz confirmed the news during the last CinemaCon, as reported by THR.

The director who will be behind the cameras of the film is unknown. It is also not known if the cast will be completely original or if some of the veterans will be recovered. As for a release date: there is no set date, but it is expected to hit theaters sometime in 2025.

Scary Movie, directed by Keenen Ivory Wayans, was released in 2000 and parodied horror genre titles that had been released a few years earlier. The main victims of the first installment were I Know What You Did Last Summer and Scream. Only a year later came its sequel Scary Movie 2.

Scary Movie 3 and Scary Movie 4 were released, respectively, in 2003 and 2006. The last installment, Scary Movie 5 was long in coming: it hit theaters in 2013. In this way, 12 years will have passed since this last title and the premiere of Scary Movie 6.

The announcement of a new film inevitably leads us to wonder which films will be the victims of Scary Movie 6. The truth is Blumhouse has all the potential to become the most parodied studio. After all, the company founded by Jason Blum has been one of the great protagonists of the genre in recent years with films such as M3GAN and Abigail.

Other titles to which Scary Movie 6 could refer are Hereditary, Midsummer, Let me out -also from Blumhouse-, Us, Time…There is actually a long list of films with a lot of potential for the saga to make fun of.

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