This morning, SCREAM stars Neve Campbell and David Arquette appeared on Good morning America to discuss the upcoming sequel and unveiled a new clip from the long-awaited slasher movie. The clip shows Campbell as the last girl Sidney Prescott and Arquette as lawyer Dewey Riley, as the two classic characters are reunited for a bloody reason.
Dewey calls Sidney to warn that her Ghostface is back and on a new killing spree in the clip. Sidney is clearly saddened by the call, but Dewey can not wait for her to handle the news. Instead, Lawyer Sidney asks if she has a gun, as he expects the new Ghostface to go after the oldest surviving victim of the original serial killer.
In addition to showing the new clip, Campbell and Arquette also discussed how they feel about returning to the franchise a decade after the release of Scream 4, back in 2011. Both stars said they feel confident returning to their fan-favorite roles and stressed how good it feels to be reunited with the original cast again. Campbell even compared the experience to “going back to summer camp” as working on the franchise has been “a blast” since the first film.
SCREAM‘s newcomer to franchise includes Dylan Minnette, Sonia Ben Ammar, Mikey Madison, Mason Gooding, Jasmin Savoy Brown, Jack Quaid, Jenna Ortega, Melissa barrera, and Marley Shelton. Recurring contributors include Courteney Cox as Gale Weathers, Marley Shelton as Sheriff Judy Hicks, and Roger L. Jackson as Ghostface’s voice.
As Scream‘s marketing campaign keeps reminding us that Ghostface “is always someone you know.” The paranoia has also infected the crew behind the cameras, as SCREAM used several versions of the script and had different cuts in post-production. Besides, CRY the team wanted to avoid unintentional spoilers so much that the identity of Ghostface was even kept secret from the cast while the film was being filmed.
The next SCREAM is the first installment of the franchise not directed by the late Wes Craven. Instead, Ready or not directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett direct the film, dedicate SCREAM in memory of Craven and honor the late horror legend by proudly saying that everything they got right in the sequel is thanks to him.
SCREAM is scheduled to relaunch the horror franchise on January 14, 2022. Check out the new clip below.
Here is SCREAM‘s official synopsis:
Twenty-five years after a string of brutal murders shocked the quiet town of Woodsboro, a new killer has donned the Ghostface mask and begins attacking a group of teenagers to revive secrets from the town’s deadly past.
While the knife may be their favorite weapon, Ghostface uses some other creative methods to get their killings.
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