The words will live on as a part of horror history forever - "Do you like scary movies?" When Drew Barrymore first got the call in 1996's Scream, it was like the slasher sub-genre got a shot of adrenaline that hasn't worn off yet. With the latest sequel, Scream 4, now in production, it looks old Ghostface is back up to his old reach out and stalk someone type tricks.
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A couple of cool tidbits today for those of you out there looking for some good Scream 4 related news free of last week's weirdo drama nonsense.
Lots of names have been added to the ever growing list of potential victims for Wes Craven's upcoming flick Scream 4, and we've got the skinny for you on exactly whom they will be playing.
Every good slasher movie needs itself a body count, and the potential victims list for Wes Craven's Scream 4 keeps filling out nicely. Hopefully we'll get a little more violence out of this one considering the original trilogy took place during a time when the MPAA was more of a butcher than any big screen villain.
And the prospective body count continues for Wes Craven's latest entry into the Scream franchise, Scream 4 (or Scre4m for you cooler kids playing along). That's right, kids. Ghostface will soon be doing the killer tango with a hero and a Culkin.