The new Scream movie – which is either Scream 5 or a Scream reboot, depending on who you ask – is bringing back David Arquette. Arquette will once again play Dewey Riley, the local cop who found himself stabbed over and over again in the franchise – but lived to tell the tale. The news of Arquette’s return comes on the heels of star Neve Campbell confirming she’s had discussions about returning as well. Matthew Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, the team behind Ready or Not, are directing a script from James Vanderbilt and Guy Busick.
Posted on Wednesday, May 6th, 2020 by Chris Evangelista
It would be weird to have a Scream sequel without Neve Campbell, and thankfully, the makers of Scream 5 realize that. Campbell has revealed she’s had “conversations” about returning for the latest Scream movie, which is in the hands of Ready or Not filmmakers Matthew Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett. And while Campbell has reservations about doing a Scream movie without Wes Craven, she’s not entirely against the idea.
Do you like scary movies? If so, you might be excited to know Scream 5 is on the way from Matthew Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, directors of the wonderful Ready or Not. It’s unclear if this is going to be a continuation of the existing Scream series or a reboot, but this will be the first Scream movie since 2011’s Scream 4, and the 2015 death of Wes Craven.
Posted on Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013 by Angie Han
Scream 5 has not seemed terribly likely to happen. Neither Wes Craven nor Neve Campbell seem to have much faith in the idea of the film, and the mere fact that it’s barely made any progress in the past two and a half years is a discouraging sign. But Harvey Weinstein, eternal optimist that he is, has not given up hope. He still wants to make Scream 5, so he can close out the series once and for all.
Regardless of whether the fifth film gets made, though, the franchise is set to live on on the small screen. It’s just that the new show won’t have much to do with the original movies. For one thing, it’ll introduce a new supernatural element. Hit the jump for Weinstein’s latest comments on Scream.
Horror Sequel Bits: Millennium Will Make ‘Texas Chainsaw 4;’ ‘Human Centipede 3’ Legal Issues Resolved; ‘Scream 5’ Still Seems Unlikely
Posted on Tuesday, January 8th, 2013 by Russ Fischer
This past weekend, the success of Texas Chainsaw 3D, which stole box office victory from the grubby hands of The Hobbit, helped ensure that Millennium films would go back to Texas for another helping of cannibal stew. That wasn’t a given at the outset, as previous Chainsaw sequels haven’t always been big performers. But this one did well enough to rev the saw once more.
Making things super-confusing, Deadline reports that this new sequel will be called Texas Chainsaw 4… which doesn’t make much sense. The series currently ignores everything but Tobe Hooper’s original and the 2013 film, which means the chronology is The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, then Texas Chainsaw 3D, then Texas Chainsaw 4. Either Deadline got the title wrong or perhaps Millennium figures the title of the current film looks enough like it is the third movie that moving to number 4 makes sense.
Bloody Disgusting reported news of a sequel the other day, but this new report comes with the title (if it is correct) and confirmation. Production will begin later this year, but no writer or director is named at this point.
After the break, the legal wrangles that were troubling The Human Centipede 3: Final Sequence have been resolved — huzzah!, right? — and Neve Campbell downplays the idea of Scream 5 really happening. Read More »
The sequel news today is partly theoretical, and partly oriented around 3D. After the break, find details on the following items:
- Guillermo del Toro has toyed with a Pacific Rim sequel,
- G.I. Joe: Retaliation producer talks about that film’s late in the game 3D conversion,
- It seems like Scream 5 isn’t happening any time soon, according to Wes Craven,
- a Serenity cast member hopes for a sequel,
- Anchorman 2 may shoot in March, says Judd Apatow,
- and so could Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Seeing as everything else from the ’80s has been dragged back to the movie theater, it probably really is just a matter of time before we get another Twins. Also after the jump:
- We now know who won’t be writing Scream 5
- Paramount’s Jack Ryan film hits money trouble
- Angelina Jolie rejects the script for Salt 2
- Ice Cube’s working on the Friday 4 script
- Iron Man 3 starts set work, code name revealed
- MIB3‘s massive, ballooning budget partially explained
Posted on Tuesday, October 4th, 2011 by Slashfilmcast
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Posted on Tuesday, May 17th, 2011 by Germain Lussier
In retrospect, over a decade removed from its previous installment and plagued with lukewarm reviews, maybe it’s not that big a surprise Scream 4 was a box office bomb. The first three films each made around $100 million but Scream 4, released 11 years after the third film, has so far grossed under $40 million. Still, Harvey Weinstein, who has executive produced all the films in the franchise, seems confident that we’ll get a Wes Craven-directed Scream 5 in the future. And after that Scream 4 ending, we really deserve it. Read his quotes after the jump. Read More »