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* FilkSong: The release of the sequel inspired [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fK2kZWUR_o8 "This Song Is Killer"]], which even features Jessica Rothe.



** Creator/MeganFox was considered to play Tree.

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** Creator/MeganFox was considered to play Tree.Tree, and Creator/MichaelBay was also originally set to produce.



** Creator/MichaelBay was originally set to produce the film.

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* CommonKnowledge: It was widely thought that Tombs' first name was Joseph, with many articles, and even several wikis formerly referring to him as 'Joseph Tombs' despite being called 'John Tombs' in both the film and the end credits.

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* RealLifeRelative: Rachel Matthews, who plays Danielle, is the niece of director Christopher Landon.


* DawsonCasting: The two leads were way past college age, with Creator/JessicaRothe already 30, and Creator/RubyModine 27.

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* DawsonCasting: The two leads were way past college age, with Creator/JessicaRothe already 30, and Creator/RubyModine Ruby Modine being 27.


** In the original ending, [[spoiler: Stephanie Butler [[FaceHeelTurn turned heel]] and killed Tree at a hospital, doing so in an act of revenge.]] [[CruelTwistEnding Being such a downer]], test audiences hated it.

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** In the original ending, [[spoiler: Stephanie Butler [[FaceHeelTurn turned heel]] evil]] and killed Tree at a hospital, doing so in an act of revenge.]] [[CruelTwistEnding Being such a downer]], test audiences hated it.


* BannedInChina: Not the movie itself, but the shot of Tree's nude backside when she goes streaking.
* DawsonCasting: The two leads were way past college age, with Jessica Rothe already 30, and Ruby Modine 27.

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* BannedInChina: Not the movie itself, but the shot of Tree's [[ToplessnessFromTheBack nude backside backside]] when she goes streaking.{{Streaking}}.
* DawsonCasting: The two leads were way past college age, with Jessica Rothe Creator/JessicaRothe already 30, and Ruby Modine Creator/RubyModine 27.



* ThrowItIn: Jessica Rothe improvised a few of her lines, most notably "Who takes their first date to Subway? It's not like you have a foot-long."

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* ThrowItIn: Jessica Rothe Creator/JessicaRothe improvised a few of her lines, most notably "Who takes their first date to Subway? It's not like you have a foot-long."


** The killer originally wore a pig mask, most likely changed to deviate from Blumhouse's ''The Purge''s sequels that also depict serial killers dressed like pigs.

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** The killer originally wore a pig mask, most likely changed to deviate from Blumhouse's ''The Purge''s Purge'' sequels that also depict serial killers dressed like pigs.


** The killer originally wore a pig mask.

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** The killer originally wore a pig mask.mask, most likely changed to deviate from Blumhouse's ''The Purge''s sequels that also depict serial killers dressed like pigs.


** In the original ending, [[spoiler: Stephanie Butler [[FaceHeelTurn turned heel]] and killed Tree at a hospital, doing so in an act of revenge.]]

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** In the original ending, [[spoiler: Stephanie Butler [[FaceHeelTurn turned heel]] and killed Tree at a hospital, doing so in an act of revenge.]]]] [[CruelTwistEnding Being such a downer]], test audiences hated it.

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* ThrowItIn: Jessica Rothe improvised a few of her lines, most notably "Who takes their first date to Subway? It's not like you have a foot-long."

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* BannedInChina: Not the movie itself, but the shot of Tree's nude backside when she goes streaking.

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** Originally, there were two killers, with Gregory Butler working alongside [[spoiler: Lori]] to murder Tree. Landon wasn't fond of this idea and had it removed from the final draft.


* HarsherInHindsight: The circumstances portrayed in the film (i.e. a college co-ed attempts to murder her classmate or room mate over something petty and often as not succeeds in doing so) happens in RealLife more often than one would like to think. It's nowhere near as funny and no, there are no cosmic do-overs for the victim.


* HarsherInHindsight: The circumstances portrayed in the film (i.e. a college co-ed attempts to murder her classmate or room mate over something petty and often as not succeeds in doing so) happen in RealLife more often than one would like to think. It's nowhere near as funny and no, there are no cosmic do-overs for the victim.

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* HarsherInHindsight: The circumstances portrayed in the film (i.e. a college co-ed attempts to murder her classmate or room mate over something petty and often as not succeeds in doing so) happen happens in RealLife more often than one would like to think. It's nowhere near as funny and no, there are no cosmic do-overs for the victim.


* HarsherInHindsight: The circumstances portrayed in the film (i.e. a college co-ed attempts to murder her classmate or room mate over something petty and often as not succeeds in doing so) happen in RealLife more often than one would like to think. It's nowhere near as funny and no, there's no do-overs for the victim.

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* HarsherInHindsight: The circumstances portrayed in the film (i.e. a college co-ed attempts to murder her classmate or room mate over something petty and often as not succeeds in doing so) happen in RealLife more often than one would like to think. It's nowhere near as funny and no, there's there are no cosmic do-overs for the victim.

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