Scream reanimated horror films when the genre was going through a dry streak.
The Scream franchise is proving to be as implausibly unkillable as a total bunch of entirely frequent persons who just materialize to be carrying stretchy-confronted ghost masks tonight, with Bloody Disgusting reporting that a fifth movie in the collection (which past put out a new theatrical installment in 2011) is evidently in the performs. Neve Campbell, who played Sidney Prescott, has said that another film without Craven would be "challenging", but that she might be on board.
"I mean, obviously Kevin Williamson wrote brilliant scripts". The first's success spawned a franchise that includes three sequels, the first of which remained equally as successful as the first while the previous two saw middling box office returns and mixed reviews.
Like many of you guys out there, my favorite fright flick of all-time is Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson's meta-slasher masterpiece Screamwith Neve Campbell and Drew Barrymore. "I think it would be hard to work with another director".
There's no doubt that this new Scream will try to fit in the next generation's ideals such as the #MeToo movement and "woke" culture (why the heck is it called woke?) while, in a very Scream like fashion, painstakingly rip it apart to laugh at its innards. A reboot of Hellraiser from Batman v Superman writer David S. Goyer was announced in May. Woods Entertainment was the production company behind the movie which was distributed by Dimension Films into a theater near you back on December 20, 1996. We're not sure at this time if it will continue the story from the first four movies or simply reboot the whole affair.