Along Came a Spider
Along Came a Spider is the 2001 sequel to 1997's Kiss the Girls. The film was directed by Lee Tamahori (Die Another Day) with Morgan Freeman reprising his role as Dr. Alex Cross. The film also stars Monica Potter, Dylan Baker, Michael Wincott, Billy Burke and Michael Moriarty, as well as Anton Yelchin in one of his first feature film roles. Based on the James Patterson novel, this film actually precedes the events seen in Kiss the Girls. The film was Freeman's last outing as Alex Cross as Tyler Perry would take over the role in 2012's Alex Cross.
The following weapons were used in the film Along Came a Spider:
SIG-Sauer P226 (Nickel)
DCPD Detective Dr. Alex Cross' (Morgan Freeman) sidearm is a nickel-plated SIG-Sauer P226. Freeman also used this gun in his role as Alex Cross in Kiss The Girls. As compared to the novel, Cross used a revolver instead of an automatic.
A Glock 17 is used by undercover Officer Tracie Fisher (Jill Teed) when trying to arrest a serial killer at the beginning of the film. Gary Soneji (Michael Wincott) also uses a Glock 17 when he is posing as a Washington, D.C. police officer. Also other background Secret Service Agents are seen carrying the Glock 17.
Smith & Wesson 3913
Smith & Wesson 5904
Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion
Russian Embassy police carry Sa. Vz.61 Skorpions and draw them down during the shootout in the rain against Soneji at the Russian Embassy.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
FBI SWAT agents are seen armed with Heckler & Koch MP5A3s with Surefire weaponlight forends.
CZ "Redhead" Shotgun
Dr. Alex Cross uses a handmade Over/Under Shotgun in a confrontation with Gary Soneji. This shotgun belongs to Agent Jezzie Flannigan who mentions that the weapon was Turkish, built in 1924, and that her father won it in a game of poker with aces & eights, known as "The Dead Man's Hand". Of course, a truly handmade shotgun was not used in the film. It was a customized CZ Redhead O/U 12 gauge.