Posted on Tuesday, July 6th, 2010 by Peter Sciretta
As you already know, Scream series stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette have all returned to reprise their roles in Scream 4, which is currently shooting. But who cares about those guys and gals — We have just learned that Roger L. Jackson, the voice actor who provides the creepy voice of the killer (aka Ghostface), is also set to return for the fourth film.
Wednesday’s Korner (found via: CinemaBlend) quotes the voice actor as saying, “It’s a lot of fun, I love the work! It’s going to be a great horror sequel.” The voice of ghostface has remained the same throughout the series, due to the plot construction that gives the killer a device which can alter his voice to sound like a movie trailer voice-over star. Of course, I’ve never seen a device like this in reality. The ones I’ve seen usually make you sound more like a robot than anything else. But this isn’t reality or the real world — this is the world of Scream.
Relive the beginning of the franchise with the opening scene from Scream 1 starring Drew Barrymore and the aforementioned Roger L. Jackson: