Someone Still Continues to Know What You Did Several Summers Ago

by | July 7, 2005 | Comments

The always reliable FilmJerk.com brings news that’s bound to thrill all the horror fans out there, and I use the word "thrill" with heavy sarcasm. Yes, that’s right: A second sequel to "I Know What You Did Last Summer" is on the way — only this time we won’t have Jennifer Love Hewitt or Freddie Prinze to snicker at.

"I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer" will be directed by Damon Santostefano ("Three to Tango") from a screenplay by Michael Weiss ("Octopus 2: River of Fear"). Production is scheduled to begin this August.

Oh, and here’s the plot: "Four teens from a small Colorado town will be victimized by a phantom menace one year after a July Fourth prank gone awry kills one of their buddies. Against the protestation of one of them, the group agree to keep this secret, only to find their friendships torn apart from the strain."

Click on over to FilmJerk for the rest of the scoop!

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