The producers and stars of The CW’s new drama talked with the press at Comic-Con International about bringing L.J. Smith’s popular supernatural romance novels to television.
The latest installment in the Scream franchise invokes and honors the spirit of the first movie while more than making up for the last one.
New photos have been released from Scream 4, which sees the return of Neve Campbell’s Sidney Prescott, and Ghostface, to Woodsboro. Directed by Wes Craven, the movie opens on April 15.
The network has picked up the pilot, an adaptation of The Secret Circle novels by The Vampire Diaries author L.J. Smith. The Vampire Diaries showrunner Kevin Williamson is heading up the hour-long drama.
Prepare for more supernatural action from the folks responsible for The Vampire Diaries, as a potential companion series starring a group of paranormal investigators is in the works.