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Jason Flemyng has said the only film he'd erase from his filmography is Seed Of Chucky - "I was dressed as Santa, getting killed by a doll, on a set in Romania, thinking: 'Where did it go wrong?'"
The TV spots for this movie displays an unusual disclaimer: Britney Spears Does Not Appear In This Movie. This disclaimer was inserted into TV spots because Britney's management was concerned that people might be lead to believe that Britney actually appears in the movie. It is not her in the movie; but a look-alike.
Quentin Tarantino was originally offered the role that Redman later played as the role was originally written for him in mind.
Because Focus Features has a reputation for yielding eloquent, "artsy" independent films, Rogue Pictures was created as an off-shoot to release this movie.
When the floor manager at the beginning of the film shouts "Hey, Tiffany's left arm is loose again" and then the arm grabs his crotch, this is an in-joke as revealed on the DVD commentary for Bride of Chucky (1998). Jennifer Tilly explains that Chucky's left arm kept grabbing her breasts during shoots.
The wife of the man Tiffany calls to apologize to is the widow of the cop she killed at the beginning of Bride of Chucky (1998).
The first film to be made by Rogue Pictures.
As revealed on the DVD commentary because of the low budget the crew were unable to shoot the much bigger Chucky vs Glen fight that was in the shooting script.
This is the only film in the series that does not mention Chucky's full name Charles Lee Ray.
The gender confused child of Chucky and Tiffany is named either Glen or Glenda by his parents. Glen or Glenda (1953) was Edward D. Wood Jr.'s film in which Wood himself portrayed the transvestite known as Glen or Glenda.
As revealed on the DVD's commentary the directors and producer had difficulty agreeing on the look of Glen. The director wanted to give him his own look and style but the producer felt that he should have features similar to Chucky because after all Glen is his son. As a result Glen was given blue eyes, red hair, and freckles like Chucky. Glen's blue eyes and red hair however are a different shade than Chucky's.
Chris Sarandon was approached to reprise his role as Det. Mike Norris from the first film, but turned it down due to scheduling conflicts.
The script was originally offered to Universal in 1998, who turned it down. Focus Features (a division of Universal Studios) finally picked up the movie in 2003.
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Body Count: 12.
Was originally rated NC-17 by the MPAA and was later released Unrated.
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Filmed on the largest soundstage in Romania and the second-largest soundstage in Europe where Cold Mountain (2003) was also shot.
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At the beginning of the movie when the dolls are in Hollywood the star in the movie that they are filming is Jennifer Tilly, who plays Tiffany the doll. In the car with Chucky and Glenn/Glenda Tiffany starts going on and on about how Jennifer Tilly is so amazing. She is talking about herself.
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As of 2016, this is the only Child's Play/Chucky film that contains nudity.
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Joe Pantoliano was considered for the role later played by Redman.
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This is the second time that Chucky tries to possess someone who is African-American, Redman in this the first was Tyler in Child's Play 3 (1991) (1991).
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