Photo: Finished Woodsboro Police Department

Over the past few days we’ve followed the construction of what is now clearly the Woodsboro Police Department front-end. Here is the finished version, looking like it was pulled right out of 1996.

A while back we’ve also showed you shooting at an old court house, also referred to as Scream 4‘s police station. That building was used for interior shots, but only possibly exterior shots for a back entrance/exit similar to when Sidney punches Gale in Scream.

Photo Credit: Bananadoc

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  1. AWESOME!!

  2. AWESOME!!

  3. same lamps after 15 years)

  4. same lamps after 15 years)

  5. Having the same lamps isn’t unusual, as they can be replaced, and perhaps the police department are staying with the look they like. There are many places that haven’t changed at all, because they like the way their place looks, and they want to have it stand out in a way. The street lamps ARE different though, as it’s a different location they’re filming in. I really hope they film the police station in close ups and tight wide shots, without a clear view of the other buildings, because then it won’t be obvious as not being in the original location.

    Great attention to detail from the crew!!!

  6. Having the same lamps isn’t unusual, as they can be replaced, and perhaps the police department are staying with the look they like. There are many places that haven’t changed at all, because they like the way their place looks, and they want to have it stand out in a way. The street lamps ARE different though, as it’s a different location they’re filming in. I really hope they film the police station in close ups and tight wide shots, without a clear view of the other buildings, because then it won’t be obvious as not being in the original location.

    Great attention to detail from the crew!!!

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