Aimee Teegarden Cast In 'Scream 4' Plus New Set Photos

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.

As a huge Friday Night Lights fan, seeing any one of the show's stars break out of their Texas mold is exciting (Yes, even Taylor Kitsch in X-Men Origins: Wolverine). But considering the film has been shooting for several months and Teegarden is just another pretty, famous face in an already too pretty, too famous cast, one can only begin to wonder what Craven and Williamson are up to. Still Teegarden is an all too often overlooked actress in a stunning ensemble on Friday Night Lights so seeing her on the big screen, even if it's just to be violently murdered, will be a treat.

But what of the circulating rumors about script changes, Ehren Kruger coming on board and so much more? No one knows for sure. But there are a few brand new set photos courtesy of Wes Craven's Flickr account, and it looks like, no matter what is really going on, someone is having fun making the film.



And don't forget that Craven talked about the film at length a few months ago. Here's a sample of what he had to say:

We have fun with the idea of endless sequels, or "sequelitis" as Kevin calls it in the script. Sid goes through these three horrendous things, and Stab was based on those horrible things. And then they've been taken by a studio and run into the ground in a series of sequels. She has been off by herself and living her own life, and she's even written a book that has gotten a lot of critical acclaim. She's kind of put her life back together in the course of these 10 years. But, certainly, there would be no Scream without Ghostface, so she has to confront him again, but now as a woman who has really come out the darkness of her past...This is a film about the progress of, at this point, three core characters, and how all of these events have changed their lives, and how the events in their lives have been reflected in the movies around them, which they might like or might really not like at all. I think that makes it really different.