Just a few days ago the LA Times reported that director Wes Craven was aboard for the first entry into the trilogy of the born again slasher franchise, Scream 4. Turns out they were a bit premature in their findings.
On a rainy Sunday night in Santa Monica, Wes Craven came to the Aero Theater to present two of his more provocative pieces from the midpoint of his career: The People Under The Stairs and The Serpent and The Rainbow.
It's always nice to get a confirmation. It's especially nice when said confirmation comes in the form of one of your favorite directors getting back in the saddle to direct a new entry in a franchise that helped reinvigorate an entire subgenre.
On the red carpet at last night's Golden Globe Awards, Courteney Cox and David Arquette fielded yet another question about Wes Craven's involvement in the upcoming Scream 4, and while one of them was pretty confident about the director returning for the sequel, the other wasn't quite so sure.
It's been a while since last Neve Campbell talked about the Scream franchise, but the star just dropped some really interesting things about the upcoming film.
Once again Wes Craven has taken to Twitter to update everyone on the status of his upcoming 25/8. Wait ... what's that? The film has a new title? Read on for more!
Writer/director/producer Wes Craven can add another item to his long list of accomplishments: mastering the 140-character tweet! Along with providing semi-regular updates on his upcoming project 25/8, he most recently touched upon the progress of Scream 4 via the increasingly ubiquitous Twitter.
Wes Craven has updated fans on the status of his latest film 25/8 via Twitter (of course) with a behind-the-scenes image and a tasty 140-character tidbit. Plot Synopsis
A true bounty of goods await those who have a few extra dollars to spend on DVDs this week what with Grace, Deadgirl, and (can you believe it?) Phantasm II finally hitting the home market, An American Werewolf in London and Army of Darkness bowing on Blu-ray, and NBC's Fear Itself anthology series getting released in its entirety. And that's just the beginning!
A couple of updates came through via Twitter recently that we thought newsworthy but not quite detailed enough for their own individual stories.
A few behind-the-scenes images for Wes Craven's 25/8 have surfaced today from the master himself so we're doing our duty to point you in the right direction. Plot Synopsis
Even though Wes Craven recently said David Arquette and Courteney Cox's return to the Scream franchise was pretty much a done deal, it's always nice to get confirmation. And today that's exactly what we got, straight from the mouth of Deputy Dwight "Dewey" Riley himself.
Details about the August 18th home video release of the Last House on the Left remake emerged today fresh out of the microwave!
Just a few days ago we let you guys know about Kevin Williamson's new Scream trilogy that's being readied. Today the master himself, Wes Craven, sheds some more light!