At Switzerland's Zurich Film Festival, which began just a few days ago and runs through October 6th, Harvey Weinstein opened up about the possibility of a fifth installment in the Scream franchise, expressing interest in milking the cash cow one last time.
Another much talked about film that we'll probably never see is Wes Craven's next go around with Ghostface, Scream 5. Recently Craven talked a bit more about the film and some news on a possible "Scream" TV series, but don't get too excited.
So ever since the credits rolled on Scream 4, fans have been wondering if there will be a Scream 5. We've learned never to say never in this business, but man, does this one sound unlikely. Maybe they'll surprise us?
The original Scream served to reinvigorate the slasher genre. Scream 2, though convoluted, did a fine job of carrying on the fun. Scream 3, well... it kind of sucked, and last year's Scream 4 was a bit better than 3. So are you guys up for a fifth?
Remember all the "controversy" surrounding the last film in Wes Craven's much beloved Scream franchise? On-set tensions were highly touted just about everywhere as news of that and anything else you could think of came pouring in. We're sure about 95% of it was bullshit, but that remaining 5%...
After sitting down with the Blu-ray of Scream 4 (Blu-ray/DVD review here), one thing became quickly apparent ... there were a lot of good moments that just didn't make it into the final cut. Case in point: the following deleted scene.
Directed by Master of Horror Wes Craven, Scream 4 is the latest installment in the (potentially growing) Scream series of flicks which not only reunited the director with the franchise's original trio of survivors (Neve Campbell, David Arquette and Courteney Cox) but also allowed the veteran director an opportunity to collaborate with a new generation of genre stars (Emma Roberts, Hayden Paniettere, Rory Culkin, Alison Brie, Erik Knudsen) as well.
The time is almost here, kids! The next chapter in Wes Craven's iconic franchise, Scream 4, is getting set to hit home video, and we have your chance to score yourself a copy on us! Read on for details!
With the release of Scream 4 onto Blu-ray and DVD rapidly approaching (review coming soon), screeners are going out to media outlets, and the enterprising lads over at Scream Trilogy nabbed a couple of screen grabs from the bloody deleted scenes and posted them. Would it have killed the powers-that-be to give us a bloodier director's cut?
It's coming, kids! We're just a couple of weeks away from Wes Craven's Scream 4 hitting home video, and we have your chance to score a copy on DVD ... ON US! Read on for details!
Every single detail you need regarding the Blu-ray and DVD release of Wes Craven's Scream 4 is now here, ready, and waiting for your perusal. Will Sidney's latest go-around with Ghostface fare better at home? Read on for details.
Okay, kids, here ya go! Your very first look at the DVD and Blu-ray artwork for Wes Craven's Scream 4. Nothing too surprising, but then again neither was the film itself. Dig it!
One of our main beefs with Wes Craven's long-awaited Scream 4 was that there was no imagination to the kills. Most everyone simply got stabbed. True they were stabbed in different places, but it was kind of boring nonetheless. Now maybe if those sequences were dressed up with lots of gore things would have been different. Case in point ...
Yes, Scream 4 suffered some truly dismal box office results here in the States. To say it did poorly is basically an understatement. But in foreign territories? The flick is on fire, and for that reason we just may be seeing a Scream 5. In any interview with MTV Harvey Weinstein dropped the following on eager fans ...
Yes, Scream 4 was a disaster at the box office, raking in only a fraction of its budget. Still, that's not stopping Dimension from taking to Twitter to start teasing a fifth entry into the franchise. "How much do you love @Scream4? How badly do you want #Scream5? Come up with a clever tweet and we'll RT!" challenged the official Dimension Films Twitter account.