Prom Night Remake Incites Arson

Brittany Snow is ready to burn her dresses

by | July 23, 2007 | Comments

Prom Night is known as one of the original slasher films with plenty of brutal killings, but not a lot of fiery explosions. The upcoming remake starring Brittany Snow may stick to the thrills, but behind the scenes, the girls are ready to burn.

“I never want to be in a prom dress ever again,” said Snow. “The girls in the movie, because we each had like six dresses, we’re each going to have a dress destruction party. Maybe not light a fire but we’re definitely going to go crazy on the dresses because we had to wear them for three months.”

Aside from wardrobe fatigue, Snow said Prom Night was a good experience. “It was a really great shoot. I mean, I was really lucky. I made some friends that I consider now my best friends. We had a great wrap party and caused a lot of trouble. But it was really fun. It was a good time.”

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