A full-length movie trailer has been released for Wes Craven‘s Scream 4, unveiled by the film’s Canadian distributor Alliance Viva Film (via Bleeding Cool). The trailer features a lot of new footage not shown in the initial teaser trailer, and in my mind shows both improvement and promise. Watch the trailer now embedded afte the jump. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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Wes Craven‘s Scream 4 had an early test screening in Pittsburgh on January 6th 2011, and the first impressions have begun to appear online. Hit the jump to find out what people think. I’ve removed all possible spoilers, so feel free to check it out.
The fourth Scream film, either called Scream 4 or Scre4m, depending on where you look, is rapidly approaching. But even with the April 15 release date coming relatively soon, the film is still in the midst of the post-production process. Test screenings of the Wes Craven-directed horror sequel are underway and the flyer for the test screening has a brand new plot synopsis. There’s nothing too revealing about this, especially if you’ve seen the trailer, so feel free to check it out after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, October 21st, 2010 by Russ Fischer
UPDATE: The official embed has been released, so we’ve updated and bumped this post.
Yesterday the trailer for Scream 4, aka Scre4m (aka groan) leaked, but you might not have wanted to watch the cameraphone version filmed off a big screen at the Spike Awards. Now there’s a real digital version, and it’s a bit longer than the bootleg. (OK, this one still looks a little less than official, but we’ll go with it for now. This may be the international version.) Check out the real teaser for Wes Craven‘s new film in the Scream franchise, after the break. Read More »
Posted on Monday, October 18th, 2010 by Germain Lussier
Halloween is right around the corner, which means horror films like Paranormal Activity 2 and Saw 3D are set to rule the box office. It’s also a perfect opportunity for studios to pimp their impending horror fare and no horror movie coming in the next few months is more highly anticipated than Scre4m. Once again directed by Wes Craven with returning stars Neve Campbell, David Arquette and Courtney Cox along with a slew of famous franchise newcomers, the film is set for release on April 15, 2011. At the Spike TV Scream Awards, which shot over the weekend and air Tuesday, several of the cast members were on hand to present the world premiere of the teaser trailer and the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly has interviews with the cast that provide an idea of how Scre4m is going to fit into the series. Hit the jump for more. Read More »
Entertainment Tonight has run another of the show’s patented breathless behind the scenes first looks, this time for Scream 4. The clip is online and shows that, yep, it’s a Scream movie. The footage primarily shows a lot of running around a large suburban house, with the masked Ghostface chasing potential victims. It’s for franchise fans only, but if you’ve been hungry for Ghostface in action, this is the first look. Read More »
Posted on Monday, September 13th, 2010 by Germain Lussier
Add yet another gorgeous young victim to Ghostface’s murder list. Aimee Teegarden, also known as Julie Taylor on Friday Night Lights, has been cast in Wes Craven’s upcoming Scream 4, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The horror sequel written by Kevin Williamson is scheduled for release April 15, 2011.
Teegarden will appear along with returning Screamers Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette and brand new players Anthony Anderson, Marielle Jaffe, Anna Paquin, Kristin Bell, Emma Roberts, Adam Brody, Shenae Grimes, Lucy Hale, Marley Shelton, Hayden Panettiere and others. Wow. The body count in Scream 4 is going to be huge and very, very famous.
Hit the jump for more on the casting, the film, and a few brand new set photos.
We haven’t covered it very much, but in addition to the now-shooting Scream 4, Wes Craven has another movie coming up. This isn’t a sequel or anything, but it is very much in keeping with the basic Wes Craven methodology: high school kids are in danger thanks to an evil legacy that haunts their town, and may be possessing one of them. Check out the trailer for the film, My Soul to Take, after the break. Read More »
Director Wes Craven has tweeted the first set photo of ghostface’s return in Scream 4. As you already know, Scream series stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette have all returned to reprise their roles, as did Roger L. Jackson, the voice actor who provides the creepy voice of the killer. Check out the photo, after the jump.