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Freddy vs. Jason

97 min
Horror | Thriller
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Ronny Yu
3 wins & 6 nominations
Country: Canada
Release Date: 2003-08-15
Filming Locations: British Columbia, Canada
Budget: $25,000,000
Opening Weekend: $36,428,066 (USA) (17 August 2003)
Gross: $82,163,317 (USA) (19 October 2003)
Katharine Isabelle
Katharine Isabelle
Freddy vs. Jason
Monica Keena
Monica Keena
Freddy vs. Jason
Robert Englund
Freddy Krueger
Ken Kirzinger
Jason Voorhees
Jason Ritter
Will Rollins
Kelly Rowland
Kia Waterson
Chris Marquette
Charlie Linderman
Brendan Fletcher
Mark Davis
Lochlyn Munro
Deputy Scott Stubbs
Kyle Labine
Bill Freeburg
Tom Butler
Dr. Campbell
David Kopp
Paula Shaw
Mrs. Pamela Voorhees (Jason's Mother)
Jesse Hutch
Zack Ward
Bobby Davis (Mark's Brother)
Garry Chalk
Sheriff Williams
Brent Chapman
Blake's Father
Spencer Stump
Young Jason Voorhees
Joƫlle Antonissen
Little Girl
Alistair Abell
Officer Goodman
Robert Shaye
Principal Shaye
Chris Gauthier
Colby Johannson
Kimberley Warnat
Beer Line Girl
Kevin Hansen
Beer Line Guy
Alex Green
Frisell (Glowing Raver)
Odessa Munroe
Jamie Mayo
Dead Girl on Tree
Blake Mawson
Dead Boy on Tree
Viv Leacock
Kinsey Park (Male Nurse)
Tony Willett
Asylum Guard
Claire Riley
TV Reporter
Sharon Peters
Lori's Mother
Sarah-Anne Hepher
Skipping Girl
Kirsti Forbes
Skipping Girl
Taryn McCulloch
Skipping Girl
Eileen Pedde
School Nurse
Sean Tyler Foley
Male Counselor (as Tyler Foley)
Jacqueline Stewart
Female Counselor
Laura Boddington
Female Counselor
Colton Shock
Cruel Child (as Colton Schock)
Spencer Doduk
Cruel Child
Anysha Berthot
Cruel Child
Evangeline Lilly
School Student - Next to Locker (uncredited)
Rey Mysterio
Jumper (uncredited)
Did you know?
Stephen Norrington was the original choice to direct the film.
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New Line first attempted to make this film several times in the late 1980s when they tried to team up with Paramount Pictures, but there was never an agreement made.
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During an interview before the movie's release Ronny Yu made a confusing comment stating that the film had a "triple ending". Initially, most believed that film had three different, separate endings and people would be able to see three different endings in theaters. Most likely one where Freddy wins, one where Jason wins, and a third where neither wins (aka "a draw"). This turned out not to be the case.
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At the institution when they find the coma patients, Will picks up some papers from the patient's charts. The way Will holds the papers differs in the shot when Lori says "Who would do this to people?"
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When Shack is talking to his teammate about the Everclear, you can see several people dancing at the rave in the background. But when Jason starts chasing him, they appear to be very far away in the cornfield.
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In the burning cabin, Jason hits a table and his blade gets stuck. But if you look more closely when he hit it, the blade never actually goes into the table but instead bounces off.
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Freddy Krueger: Tilt!
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Freddy Krueger: [to Jason] You think that I'm afraid of you? Huh? Now that we're in the real world? Come on!
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Will Rollins: The reason I was sent to Westin is because I saw your dad kill your mom.
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This definitely takes place after the last Freddy film, but does this take place between Jason Goes To Hell, and Jason X?
Yes, Freddy vs. Jason is an interquel of those two films. In 'Jason goes to Hell' Jason is finally killed by his niece using an enchanted dagger and his body is dragged to hell by a cotorie of demons, his iconic hockey mask pulled down by Freddy Kreuger's arm. In 'Freddy vs Jason' Kreuger ressurects Jason and frees him from hell, manipulating him in order to create fear in Kreuger's home town of Springwood thus permitting his own return to Earth. At the end of this film Jason is still alive and free but is captured by unknown parties sometime between the end of 'Freddy vs Jason' and the beginning of 'Jason X' where he is shown to be in military custody.
How many "Friday the 13th" movies have been made so far?
So far, there are 12 movies in the Friday the 13th series. Beginning with Friday the 13th (1980), following are Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981), Friday the 13th Part III (1982), Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984), Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985), Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI (1986), Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988), Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989), Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993), Jason X (2001), Freddy vs. Jason (2003), and Friday the 13th (2009). A fan film, The Cold Heart of Crystal Lake, was also released in 2003. A documentary about Jason, His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th, was released February 10th 2009.
Why did Betsy Palmer not return to play Mrs. Pamela Voorhees?
Betsy Palmer was asked to reprise her role of Mrs. Pamela Voorhees, but turned the chance down because she felt the part was too small for her.
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Photos from cast
Katharine Isabelle Monica Keena