Scream 2, 1997
- Neve Campbell
- Courteney Cox
- David Arquette
- Jamie Kennedy
- Liev Schreiber
- David Warner
- Jerry O’Connell
- Laurie Metcalfe
- Sarah Michelle Gellar
- Rebecca Gayheart
- Luke Wilson
- Heather Graham
- Joshua Jackson
Agnes Scott College, 141 East College Avenue, Decatur, to the east of Atlanta
visit Los Angeles
Los Angeles: Flights: Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
Vista Theater, 4473 Sunset Drive, Hollywood (tel: 323.660.6639)
Rialto Theatre, 1023 South Fair Oaks Avenue, South Pasadena (tel: 626.388.2122)
The Vista Theater becomes the Detroit cinema, where Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette watch a Sonny Chiba triple bill in the Quentin Tarantino-scripted True Romance. It was also seen in underrated Kevin Bacon satire The Big Picture.
The Rialto Theatre is the picture house at which Griffin Mill (Tim Robbins) meets the doomed scriptwriter in Robert Altman’s The Player. It’s also the cinema showing the inevitable See You Next Wednesday in John Landis’ Kentucky Fried Movie.
Scream 2 location: The premiere of Stab: The Rialto, South Fair Oaks Avenue, South Pasadena
Two years after the ‘Woodsboro’ murders, and Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) is attending college, when the fictionalised version of the killings, Stab, is released. Oh, and there are some more killings.
It's back to the west coast, though, for some locations. The sorority house, where Sidney is relaxing at a party while CiCi (Sarah Michelle Gellar) meets the Ghostface killer, is 350 South Grand Avenue at Arbor Street in Pasadena, east of Los Angeles.
Scream 2 location: party at the sorority house: South Grand Avenue, Pasadena
Also in California are the setting for Stab and its première. The movie-within-a-movie was shot at Malibu.
Scream 2 location: The premiere of Stab: interior filmed at the Vista Theater, Sunset Drive, Hollywood, Los Angeles
That’s not the exterior of the Vista, though. The cinema frontage is the Rialto Theatre, 1023 South Fair Oaks Avenue, South Pasadena. The Rialto was seen in Robert Altman’s The Player and in John Landis’ Kentucky Fried Movie.