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Scary Movie 3

2004
Scary Movie 3
Directed by
Starring
Pamela Anderson
Jenny McCarthy
Marny Eng
Charlie Sheen
Simon Rex
Jianna Ballard
Jeremy Piven
Timothy Stack
Elaine Klimaszewski
Diane Klimaszewski
Camryn Manheim
Drew Mikuska
Regina Hall
Darrell Hammond
Anthony Anderson
Dexter Bell
Dame Lee
Doron Bell
Simon Cowell
Fat Joe
Ajay Naidu
Denise Richards
William S. Taylor
Patricia Idlette
David Edwards
Frank C. Turner
Monica Dillon
Lori Stewart
Jim Bremner
Phil Dornfeld
Eddie Griffin
Edward Moss
Dee Jay Jackson
D.L. Hughley
Ja Rule
George Carlin
Troy Yorke
Marco Soriano
Cliff Solomon
Byron Chief-Moon
Dolly Madsen
John Hainsworth
Beverley Breuer
Jessie Young
Deanne Henry
Eric Breker
Master P
Macy Gray
Redman
Method Man
Raekwon
RZA
U-God
Naomi Lawson-Baird
Abigail Adams
Debbie Lee Carrington
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Movie details
UK total gross
£8,907,831
682
683
Scary Movie 3
684

US total gross
£110,003,217
566
567
Scary Movie 3
568

Global total gross
£220,673,217
665
666
Scary Movie 3
667

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Genres:
Comedy

Popular in: United Kingdom and Spain

Box Office
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 5

Box Office History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£3,490,585
£3,490,585
1▲▼
£1,894,077
£6,459,214
4
£788,737
£7,844,969
9
£390,098
£8,488,188
13
£165,841
£8,907,831
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