Although Brenda met an untimely death in the horror movie parody, it hasn't stopped her from returning for the film's sequels, including "Scary Movie 3."
Hall tells The Early Show co-anchor Rene Syler that in the new film, the youth are in Brenda's hands. "And that's a scary thing," she says, "because she's still as impatient and not the best role model for the kids to have but does her best definitely."
The comedy spoof takes shots at the latest blockbusters, including "The Ring," "Signs," "Matrix Reloaded," "Eight Mile," "The Others" and more.
Hall says the Scary Movies are fun to make: "The director, David Zucker, he has a really great knack for physical comedy, so a lot of the falling and stuff, like falling over the couch, is more precise than you think. But it was a fun cast and a fun atmosphere and, I think, that makes the long days really easy."
"Scary Movie 3" will be released in theaters Oct. 24.
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