MTV’s Scream pilot will see a new generation of teenagers going up against Ghostface.
Harvey Weinstein teases MTV’s Scream series, and makes it clear he wants to see one last Scream movie.
MTV announced it has ordered a television pilot based on Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson’s hit horror franchise Scream.
A television series based on Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson’s Scream franchise is in the early stages of development at MTV.
Wes Craven says the chances of seeing another Scream movie are pretty high thanks to the studio’s continued interest in the franchise.
Director Wes Craven and the cast of Scream 4, led by returning stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette, discuss their experience making the film and the legacy of the popular franchise.
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 Scream franchise revival may already be over before Scream 4 is finished shooting, if rumors are to be believed – Rumors that say that Scream 5 isn’t going to happen at all.
The Hotel for Dogs actress has signed on for the lead role in the Scream franchise’s fourth installment, beating out the previously rumored Ashley Greene.
The fourth movie in the Scream series may still be a year away from release, but it’s already resulted in a lawsuit from one of the producers of the original trilogy.