First off, it's being directed by Jerry Zucker and not K.I. Wayans - who directed the first two. Sure, the guy knows how to do spoof material, but he's also produced more than his share of crap in the past several years. Second, it seems as if the screenwriting credits could boast over a dozen names. This includes 'character' credits, 'based on' credits, re-writes and polishes, which leads to... Kevin Smith's involvement. Some say he's just 'executive producing' this one, but I can't imagine Smith being brought in to any movie without asking him to flex his strongest muscle - the screenwriting one. The original working title was Scary Movie 3: Episode I - Lord of the Brooms, though I don't know if they've jettisoned this concept or not. The Wayans are not involved at all (Keenen is currently working on a remake of The Incredible Shrinking Man (God help us all)), lead Anna Faris is on board and recent reports indicate that Charlie Sheen (no stranger to spoofs) has just signed on as well. Release date is currently set for 10/3.