Kristin hinted: “You never know, because if your part gets cut down or not, so I don’t know – we’ll see when it comes out…”
But she added: “It was really really fun. We shot it in my home state of Michigan so that was nice to be back.”
Neve Campbell, David Arquette and Courteney Cox Arquette all reprise their roles in the new installment of the horror franchise.
The film sees Sidney Prescott, played by Neve, return to her small town of Woodsboro to promote a book she has written about the murders of the first three films.
Writer Gale Weathers Riley (Courteney) and husband Sheriff Dewey (David) begin investigating when murders start happening as soon as Sidney comes back.
Emma Roberts and Hayden Panettiere also star in the film as Sidney’s cousin and friend.
We’ve seen several photos from SCREAM 4 already, but to be honest with you, I had forgotten that Anna Paquin and Kristen Bell were doing Drew Barrymore-ish cameos in the upcoming sequel. Below you can see the first image of the two ladies. Rather than stopping at having two hot girls in their pajama’s, maybe Wes Craven will carry out the cliche and throw in a pillow fight or two as well. I think that might be the only thing that would get me excited for this sequel. If nothing else, then hopefully Wes Craven can find a new and innovative way to kill these two off and set a good tone for the rest of the film.
The film stars Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox, David Arquette, Emma Roberts, Hayden Panettiere, Adam Brody, Marielle Jaffe, Rory Culkin, Marley Shelton and Anthony Anderson. You can also watch the trailer here. SCREAM 4 hits theaters everywhere next April 15th.
This friday, on the news stand… Thu, 10/14/2010 – 12:06 — Rodrigo
It will be a 2 cover issue, so manage to get the right one:
Update: Our friend, Joe Wells just sent us a preview:
‘Scream 4’ details from Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox
October 18, 2010 10:45 AM ET
Turns out Gale Weathers isn’t the only one who can write a book. Sidney has written a self-help book. “She ends the book tour with going to Woodsboro and there she finds her cousin and her aunt and some friends and trouble ensues,” says Campbell.
Gale and Dewey have chosen to settle down in Woodsboro. “We’ve been married for 10 years,” says Cox. “I kinda gave up my job as the entertainment journalist. I’ve written six books, but now I have major writer’s block. I’m bored with my life and bored with my marriage and bored with the silly small town of Woodsboro.” Sidney’s return helps get Gale’s investigative juices flowing again. Says Cox, “It’s actually the anniversary of the first killing in Woodsboro. When she arrives to promote her book, things start happening, and I couldn’t be more thrilled.”
As for the film itself, director Wes Craven says it harkens back to the original “Scream.”
“I think it has echoes to the first [film]. There’s been a whole decade of horror films that in one way or another followed a certain pattern. Like you had torture porn, [and] a ton of remakes,” explains Craven. “The first [‘Scream’] was very much observing where horror had been for the last 10 to 20 years. And this is very much looking at where horror has been for the last 10 years. There’s always somebody trying to figure out what the rules are to keep from getting killed.”