Scream 2 (1997)
It has been two years since the tragic events at Woodsboro. Sidney Prescott and Randy Meeks are trying to get on with their lives, and are currently both students at Windsor College.
Genre: Horror,Thriller
Director: Wes Craven
Release Date: December 12, 1997
Producers: Cathy Konrad,Marianne Maddalena
Actors: Jada Pinkett Smith,Omar Epps,Heather Graham,Roger Jackson,Neve Campbell,Elise Neal,Liev Schreiber,Joe Washington,Sarah Michelle Gellar,Joshua Jackson,Timothy Olyphant,Jamie Kennedy,Jerry O'Connell,Courteney Cox,Luke Wilson,David Arquette
             
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