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Scream 4: Roger L. Jackson Back to Voice Ghostface; Behind-the-Scenes Images: Hayden Panettiere & Emma Roberts

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.

Some More Light Shed on Scream 4 Woes

Round and round we go on the rumor wheel. After a really scary report this morning citing all kinds of trouble on the production of Scream 4, a bit more light has been shed on the whole Ehren Kruger replacing Kevin Williamson as writer aspect of things.

Scream 4 Woes? New Writer? Angry Stars?

Ah yes, the movie biz! So full of drama both on and off of the screen. The following at press time is nothing more than rumors; however, given the recent switch in actors, there might be a glimmer of truth to be had ...

And the Body Count Continues - More Scream 4 Casting: Mary McDonnell and Alison Brie

More meat for the beast that is Ghostface, as bodies are coming and going at a truly frantic pace in terms of who's in and who's out in Wes Craven's Scream 4.

New Blood Cast for Scream 4 - Adam Brody, Marley Shelton, and Erik Knudsen Make the Cut!

Some more casting news has just come in for Wes Craven’s Scream 4 hot on the heels of the exit of Lake Bell and Lauren Graham. Looks like old Ghostface is going to have some completely new victims to sink his blade into.

Lauren Graham Bows Out of Scream 4

With Scream 4 updates quickly rolling in these days, we've got another bit for you - this time about casting, or rather a change in casting.

Scream 4 Rampant Speculation

It should surprise no one that I’m giddy with anticipation over Scream 4. Say what you will about the series, but the thought of another slasher sequel hitting theaters makes me feel like a little kid at Christmas. Some people have finely aged Scotch while others prefer an imported Cuban cigar. But my vice is slasher flicks. And today’s news has me all kinds of curious.

Lots of Behind-the-Scenes Videos and Images: Scream 4

Yep! Cameras are officially rolling on Wes Craven's Scream 4 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and as you would expect evidenced by the videos and images you'll find within, the locals are out in full force trying to get a glimpse of the action. Strap in, kids! It's time for some behind-the-scenes tidbits! Look for Scream 4 in theatres on April 15th, 2011. Scream 4 Synopsis

First Look: Neve Campbell in Scream 4

We're just days away from Scream 4 going before cameras, and finally our first glimpse at what the returning Neve Campbell will look like in the flick has come!

Lake Bell Won't Scream 4 Wes Craven

Ah, Twitter. It's amazing how much news comes out of that little service. People use it to announce movies, dispel rumors, and of course let people know how they felt when Russell was robbed of the "Survivor" title for a second time. But anyway ...

Scream 4 Gets Another Cast Member

Another interesting (and unconventional) piece of casting on the Scream 4 front came rolling in today. Read on for more details on what you can expect when the fourth entry in the slasher series stalks multiplexes next spring.

Lauren Graham Confirmed for Scream 4 and Two More Join the Cast

In a recent story confirming Lauren Graham's possible participation in Scream 4, we also learned the names of two more new cast members for Wes Craven's upcoming film: Anthony Anderson and Marielle Jaffe.

Gilmore Girls' Lauren Graham Ready to Scream 4 Her Life?

More possible, but as of yet unconfirmed, casting news has come in for Wes Craven's Scream 4 that will have fans of the "Gilmore Girls" fretting for their resident MILF's life!

Get Acquainted with the Scream 4 Newbies

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.

Nico Tortorella More Meat for the Beast in Scream 4

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.