<strong><em>Saw 3D</em></strong> will be the last Saw film
USA Today caught up with the producers and star, Tobin Bell, to find out that they'll be making an official announcement at Comic-Con on Friday that Saw 3D will be the last film in the Saw franchise.

"It's time to stop," says Oren Koules, a producer on all the Saw movies. "We have told the story we wanted to tell, and this is going to be a great farewell."

The final film, which was shot in 3-D and will feature 11 booby traps, nearly double the average for previous films. The film was re-edited and submitted six times to the Motion Picture Association of America to bring it from an NC-17 to an R rating.

"I'm surprised we got it," says producer Mark Burg. "It's more violent than any of them. But it's in 3-D, it answers all the questions, it comes full circle. We have the goods on this one."
Brian B.