The next horror sequel to Scream 5 has already been shot and the official title of the horror sequel has also been announced. After almost two months of shooting in North Carolina, Executive Producer Kevin Williamson twittered that the most important photos were packed. Williamson also shows that the new film will simply be called Scream and not Scream 5, taking a similar approach to the restart on Halloween 2018.
Including some photos of the shooting, Williamson said on the internet about the new shouting package.
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It’s the Scream-Wrapper, which I would like to announce as the official title of the next film! When I wrote Scream almost 25 years ago and Wes Craven brought it to life, I couldn’t imagine what lasting impact it would have on your fans. (1/3) pic.twitter.com/RCuhVUclG4
– Kevin Williamson (@kevwilliamson) 18. November 2020 This is the end of the movie Scream, which I would like to announce as the official title of the next movie! When I wrote Scream almost 25 years ago and Wes Craven brought it to life, I couldn’t imagine what lasting impact it would have on your fans. I’m glad you’re going back to Woodsboro, and you’ll be very scared again. I think Wes would be very proud of the movie Matt and Tyler are making. I am very happy to be back with Neva, Courtney, David and Marley and to work with a new team of filmmakers and an incredible list of newcomers who have joined forces to continue the legacy of Wes with the upcoming relaunch of the franchise that is so dear to my heart. See you in the cinemas in January 2022.
Earlier the premiere of Scream 5 (also known as Scream) took place on the 14th. January 2022. Waiting until 2022 gives the film a little more time to breathe, and it’s probably better to postpone the film than release the sequel in 2021, so many of the films originally planned for this year have now been postponed until next year, and provided theatres can open and stay open in 2021, there will be many popular films for fans to watch.
Among them, Halloween Kills, another horror sequel to come that horror fans are dying to see. The film has been ready for a long time, and it was planned to bring it to the big screen last month. For obvious reasons, Blumhouse has postponed the film until October 2021 and Halloween for another year. Waiting is of course the hardest part, but when horror fans finally see Michael Myers at the cinema next fall, they’ll know Ghostface will be back in a few months.
The film was directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillette, written by James Vanderbilt and Guy Busik. It is reported that the film drops the meta-humour in each of the previous parts with a new creative team on board, but with all the returning stars, it should still look like a sequel to Scream. As previously indicated, Neve Campbell, David Arquette and Courtney Cox will return to their roles as franchisees, namely Sydney Prescott, Dewey Riley and Gail Riley.
Come back for the new 4-star Marley Shelton Scream as Judy Hicks. Newcomers are Kyle Gallner, Dylan Minnett, Mason Gooding, Jasmine Savoy Brown, Mikey Madison, Jack Quaid, Melissa Barrera and Jenna Ortega. We’ll see what happens when the movie finally comes out, but we can already wonder which of these actors could play a new killer at the end – and there will probably be more of them.
The cry is scheduled for the 14th. January 2022 in the cinemas. Since we still have a lot of time left, it seems unlikely that we will see the trailer soon, but hopefully we will have some images of returning stars on screen soon. Although Wes Craven unfortunately cannot be involved in the new story, everything we’ve heard about the project so far seems to indicate that the new sequel will be the pride of the late filmmaker. We got this message from Kevin Williamson on Twitter.
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