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Fear Street is a film trilogy based on the Fear Street book series.


Films

Crew

  • Screenplay by Kyle Killen
  • Directed by Leigh Janiak

Fear Street Part One: 1994 Cast

  • Kiana Madeira as Deena
  • Olivia Scott Welch as Samantha Fraser
  • Benjamin Flores Jr. as Josh
  • Julia Rehwald as Kate
  • Fred Hechinger as Simon
  • Ashley Zukerman as Nick Goode
  • Darrell Britt-Gibson as Martin
  • Maya Hawke as Heather
  • Jordana Spiro as Mrs. Lane
  • Jordyn DiNatale as Ruby Lane
  • Charlene Amoia as Rachel Thompson / Sunnyvale customer
  • David W. Thompson as Ryan Torres
  • Jeremy Ford as Peter
  • Elizabeth Scopel as Sarah Fier
  • Gillian Jacobs as C. Berman

Fear Street Part Two: 1989 Cast

  • Sadie Sink as Ziggy Berman
  • Gillian Jacobs as C. Berman / Adult Ziggy
  • Emily Rudd as Cindy Berman
  • Ryan Simpkins as Alice
  • McCabe Slye as Tommy Slater
  • Ted Sutherland as Young Nick Goode
  • Ashley Zukerman as Sheriff Nick Goode
  • Jordana Spiro as Nurse Mary Lane
  • Kiana Madeira as Deena
  • Benjamin Flores Jr. as Josh
  • Olivia Scott Welch as Sam

Fear Street Part Three: 1666 Cast

  • Kiana Madeira as Sarah Fier / Deena
  • Elizabeth Scopel as "Real" Sarah Fier
  • Ashley Zukerman as Solomon Goode / Nick Goode
  • Ted Sutherland as Young Nick Goode
  • Gillian Jacobs as Adult Ziggy / C. Berman
  • Sadie Sink as Constance / Christine Berman
  • Olivia Scott Welch as Hannah Miller / Samantha Fraser
  • Benjamin Flores Jr. as Henry / Josh
  • Darrell Britt-Gibson as Martin
  • Fred Hechinger as Isaac / Simon
  • Julia Rehwald as Lizzie / Kate
  • Emily Rudd as Abigail / Cindy Berman
  • McCabe Slye as Mad Thomas / Tommy Slater
  • Jordana Spiro as The Widow / Mrs. Lane
  • Jordyn DiNatale as Ruby Lane
  • Jeremy Ford as Caleb / Peter
  • Randy Havens as George Fier
  • Matthew Zuk as Elijah Goode / Mayor Will Goode
  • Lacey Camp as Grace Miller / Mrs. Fraser
  • Charlene Amoia as Beth Kimball / Rachel Thompson
  • Mark Ashworth as Jakob Berman
  • Ryan Simpkins as Alice
  • Emily Brobst as Billy Barker

Production

The film was first announced in October 2015, and the status of the film was revealed by R.L. Stine in February 2017, it was revealed the same time that Kyle Killen would write the script. In July 2017, it was announced that the movie will have two sequels, making it a movie trilogy, and that Leigh Janiak signed on to direct the film.[1]

The three films wrapped and were released a week apart from eachother every time.[2]

References

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