Posted on Monday, June 8th, 2015 by Angie Han
You got your first look at Ghostface’s replacement last week; now see the new masked killer in action. MTV has unveiled a new trailer for Scream, based on the hit film franchise. The iconic mask has changed, and the kids are chatting on iPhones instead of landlines, but the meta sense of humor remains. Watch the latest Scream trailer after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, June 4th, 2015 by Angie Han
One way MTV’s Scream TV series is setting itself apart from the Scream film series? It won’t involve the iconic Ghostface mask. Instead, it’ll feature a redesigned mask that executive producer Jill Blotevogel compares to those donned by Jason and Michael Myers. Get your first look at the new Scream mask after the jump. Read More »
The appeal of this new trailer for MTV’s Scream series isn’t even the show itself — this is a trailer for those who have strong opinions about some of MTV’s other current stars. This promo barely even features the cast of the new show. Instead, it highlights start of other MTV shows such as Awkward, Faking It, Teen Wolf, Finding Carter, Ridiculousness and The Challenge… and they’re all dead. Check out the ‘Killer Party’ Scream promo below. Read More »
MTV just announced that the TV series based on Wes Craven’s Scream will premiere on June 30, and along with that announcement comes the first Scream TV series trailer. Right off the bat the trailer delivers a few elements common to the films in the series: a young woman alone, a horrifying death, and meta-commentary on the nature of horror storytelling. Check out the trailer below. Read More »
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Posted on Thursday, December 11th, 2014 by Angie Han
It seems Bella Thorne is this generation’s Drew Barrymore, at least when it comes to the Scream franchise. Thorne has confirmed she’ll recreate Barrymore’s big scene from the original Scream in the first episode of the new MTV series. Hit the jump for more on the Drew Barrymore scene remake in the Scream TV series. Read More »
TV companies are going crazy trying to mine film libraries for the next big television series, because why come up with an original untested idea without an established brand name title, right? I almost included the movie to television series trend in my 9 Current Movie and Television Trends I Hate article last month, but I decided it was too soon to make that judgement.
While I’m already tired of seeing the announcements, I really loved Fargo (and I really mean LOVED — it’s my favorite television series of the year), I’m still enjoying Friday Night Lights/Parenthood showrunner Jason Katims‘ About a Boy, and I know many people who really dig Hannibal, Bates Motel, and From Dusk till Dawn: The Series. So it’s hard for me to condemn it at this point. And yes there are also Gotham, Constantine and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but I consider those shows comic book adaptations.
You might be shocked to learn that there are currently over 30 television shows in development right now based on big screen movies. Which are good ideas? Which sound horrible? After the jump, I attempt to rank all of the movies being adapted into TV shows, by concept from worst to most promising ideas.
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Posted on Monday, November 17th, 2014 by Angie Han
What’s a Friday the 13th without Jason, a Nightmare on Elm Street without Freddy, or a Scream without Ghostface? Well, we have no idea about the first two, but we’re about to find out about the last one.
Last month, word got around that MTV’s Scream TV series would not involve the iconic Ghostface mask. Instead, we’ve now learned, it’ll debut a more “organic” new mask. Meaning it’ll possibly be made of flesh. Ew. More details on the Scream TV series mask after the jump.
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Teen Wolf has guaranteed company in the film-to-TV crowd on MTV. The cable company has given a series order to Scream, the show based on Wes Craven’s defining horror series. We’ve heard, however, that the show at this point won’t feature Ghostface, the recognizable masked killer who made his on-screen debut in the original 1996 film. (The Ghostface mask was actually an existing creation, owned by the company FunWorld.) But that doesn’t mean there won’t be another killer on the loose. After all, there’s no Scream without a killer. Read More »
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Posted on Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 by Angie Han
For the past couple of years, MTV has been developing a Scream TV series based on the film franchise by Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson. As of this summer, they had a director and cast in place. But now we’re getting some head-scratching info about the very premise of the show.
According to RJ Torbert of FunWorld, which holds the rights to the Ghostface “look,” Ghostface is not involved in the new Scream TV series. Which is kind of like having a Child’s Play movie without Chucky. Hit the jump to read Torbert’s comments.
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MTV and Dimension TV are moving forward with the development of a Scream TV series, after first announcing the concept over a year ago. Jamie Travis (For A Good Time Call, Faking It) has been hired to direct the pilot, and a cast of young actors, including Willa Fitzgerald (Alpha House, Royal Pains), Amy Forsyth (Torment, Reign), John Karna (Premature, The Neighbors), has been chosen for the major roles. We’ve got more character info below. Read More »