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The screenwriter came up with this film's concept when he was still a sophomore in high school.
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The initial setting was in Ocean County, New Jersey along the coast of Barnegat Bay.
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The sisters' surname was originally Velasquez.
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Both Madera Verde (Spanish for "green wood") and Greenwood County are fictional locations created by the screenwriter. He chose to name both locations after the street that his parents lived on in East Islip, New York when they first got married.
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The screenwriter met his creative writing partner Sharon Whetstone on Yahoo! Messenger.
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The role of the Sheriff was written with Jerry Orbach specifically in mind. Since his passing, the character was renamed Jerry Driscoll in his honor.
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Brian Dennehy was offered the role of Sheriff Jerry Driscoll.
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In its early stages, the cast included Lee Horsley as Sheriff Jerry Driscoll, Louise Robey as Grace Whedon, Merrin Dungey as Hope Davis and Brennan Elliott as Special Agent Cole Turner.
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An early draft of the screenplay featured supporting characters Adrienne Shaw and Brigitte Douglas to be played by Cindy Morgan and Ryan Starr respectively. The script was later rewritten eliminating these characters altogether.
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Jennifer Paige had signed on as Sarah Carter, but later backed out due to schedule conflicts.
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The role of Clair Pruitt was written specifically for Holly Marie Combs. She was offered it, but passed due to her desire to devote more time to her family. Ali Larter was then contacted about the part, but could not accept due to her commitment to the series Heroes (2006).
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Goldie Hawn was offered the role of Mayor Taquette.
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Eydie Layne, the radio DJ, is an homage to Stevie Wayne, the sultry voiced character Adrienne Barbeau played in The Fog (1980).
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Wanda Sykes and Amy Sedaris were both offered the role of Channel 10 "First Impact" reporter Jackie Thurman.
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Mike Erwin was the first choice for the role of Mark Halliwell.
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Eliza Dushku turned down the role of Paige Matthews.
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Sid Haig was approached for the role of Detective Lewis Vendredi, but turned it down.
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Screenwriter Kevin Ciappetta made the decision to cast Kimberly Caldwell as Paige Matthews (an homage to Rose McGowan's character name on Charmed (1998)) after seeing her performance in Wrong Turn 2: Dead End (2007).
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