Lionsgate’s Saw Franchise Enters the Guinness Book of World Records

Even with Saw 3D just a few months away, the franchise is poised to enter into the Guinness Book of World Records as the most successful horror franchise.

Reuters spoke to series producer Mark Burg who had this to say: “The fact that we beat out (such horror franchises as) ‘Friday the 13th,’ ‘Nightmare on Elm Street,’ ‘Halloween’ and ‘Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ is a testament to our cast, crew and our partners at Lionsgate.”

The franchise consists of six movies, each one having come out consecutively every Halloween since 2004. The seventh, and final, installment is due out October 29th and will be featured in 3D.

Collectively, the “Saw” films have made over $73O million at the worldwide box-office and sold more than thirty million DVDs, according to distributors Lionsgate.

Burg said it was during the production of “Saw 2,” that the producers decided to “etch out” one long story spanning seven films. Therefore, after the seventh movie, called “Saw 3D”, there will be no other movies, including spin-offs or prequels.

“We are done; this is it,” he said. “We don’t want to be that boxer who fought one too many fights.”

Feast Your Eye on Some Saw 3D Teaser Art


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  • James Coker

    True Vanvance1, so very True

  • Vanvance1

    Despite their claims to the contrary I’m sure Lionsgate will return to this well. It may not be next year, but 5 years down the road some asshole suit will explain how they have a brilliant plan to reinvent the franchise.

    At that point they will remake the 1st movie with a larger budget.