Ten years ago, after a heated pursuit, psycho killer Charles "Chucky" Lee Ray was brought to bay in a toy store and gunned down by the law. With his dying breath he muttered an ancient voodoo incantation to transfer his soul into the nearest available body and defy mortality forever. However, Fate (or the screenwriter) had other plans. There being no people in the immediate vicinity, Chucky was reborn again inside the hottest-selling toy of the year -- a "Good Guy" doll. His only hope of escape? Finding a human body to exchange souls with . . .
In Bride of Chucky, the worlds most notorious doll meets his match . . . in more ways than one. His ex-girlfriend Tiffany (Jennifer Tilly), who has been carrying a torch for him ever since his soul was transferred into the "Good Guy" doll, contrives to rescue his bagged remains from a police evidence lock-up where they have rested since the last movie. With heavy-duty thread and a box full of old doll parts, she manages to patch together the love of her life. On a dark and stormy night, with marriage on her mind, she intones the incantation and breathes life back into the little Guy. But her beloved Chucky is not as grateful as shed like. Turns out he likes the singles scene. Enraged, Tiffany imprisons Chucky and presents him with a girlfriend his own size -- a doll decked out in a wedding dress. But Chucky has other plans; he likes his women to have a little more soul. Faster than she can say "I will," Tiffany gets the white gown shes always dreamed of, its just a whole lot smaller than she ever expected. But then, so is she.
For better or worse, Chucky and Tiffany will be a matched set if they ever get back into human bodies. To do this, they must get to Hackensack, New Jersey, exhume Chuckys human body, recover the soul-transferring amulet that was buried along with it, and find a couple of compatible body donors. Enter teenage newlyweds Jesse (Nick Stabile) and Jade (Katherine Heigl), two young lovers-on-the-lam who become the evil duos unwitting accomplices. The wedding party hits the highway and what ensues is a road trip filled with murder, music, mayhem, love and betrayal.
Academy Award®-nominee Jennifer Tilly stars opposite the tiny terror along with co-stars Katherine Heigl, Nick Stabile, John Ritter, Alexis Arquette, and Gordon Michael Woolvett. Reprising his role as the voice of Chucky is Academy Award®-nominee Brad Dourif.
Produced by David Kirschner and Grace Gilroy, and written by Chucky creator Don Mancini, Bride of Chucky is directed by acclaimed Hong Kong director Ronny Yu. Don Mancini and Corey Sienega serve as executive producers.