Scream 5

The second film in an all new Scream trilogy.

‘Scream 5’ to End the Series, ‘Scream’ TV Series Will Go in a New Direction

‘Scream 5’ to End the Series, ‘Scream’ TV Series Will Go in a New Direction

Back in April 2011, just before the release of Scream 4, director Wes Craven revealed that the sequel is intended to be the start of a new trilogy. The director also told us in September 2011 that Scream 5 is definitely happening, although that was the last we have heard about the sequel until now. Scream 4 earned just $38.1 million at the domestic box office, and $97.1 million worldwide, from a $40 million budget.

While making the press rounds in Zurich, Harvey Weinstein also spoke about the Scream TV series, which was given a pilot order in April by MTV, with Wes Craven directing the pilot. While we don't have a direct quote from Harvey Weinstein, he revealed that the series won't have much to do with the original movie franchise, representing a new direction with supernatural elements. We reported in July that Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie (Revenge) have signed on to write the pilot episode.

Read More

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Scream 5’ Is Happening Says Wes Craven

We just got off the phone with Wes Craven, who is out promoting the Scream 4 Blu-ray and DVD, in stores October 4th. When Scream 4 was coming to theaters last spring, it was rumored to be the beginning of a whole new trilogy. The sequel didn't fare quite as well at the box office as some hoped. This had many speculating that the popular franchise was over, and that the so-called new trilogy would not play out on screens as intended.

The Scream 4 Blu-ray and Scream 4 DVD arrive in stores October 4th.

Read More

‘Scream 5’ Still Possible Says Harvey Weinstein

Back in April, Wes Craven revealed that screenwriter Kevin Williamson has a whole new trilogy mapped out, which starts with Scream 4. You can CLICK HERE to read on for more details about the trilogy, and you can CLICK HERE for the video interview with Harvey Weinstein.

Scream 5 is in development .

Read More

Wes Craven Talks ‘Scream 5’ and ‘ Scream 6’

Wes Craven is finishing up his press rounds for the upcoming horror sequel Scream 4, and the director seems pretty confident that this latest chapter is set to kick off a whole new trilogy. Back in October, Craven revealed that screenwriter Kevin Williamson's initial intension was to create three new movies that tied in with the first trilogy.

Scream 5 has not been given the green light at this time. An announcement can be expected shortly after Scream 4 debuts at the box offices, if the grosses are as to be as expected.

Read More

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Scream 5’ Will Not Be in 3D!

Just a few weeks away from the premiere of Scream 4, and a day after the filmmaker said he isn't making another A Nightmare on Elm Street, Wes Craven is talking even more about the possibility of Scream 5 and Scream 6. The plan is to make a second trilogy, with the main theme remaining close to the original. The Scream franchise has always relied on the tropes and cliches of the horror genre. But Scream 4 refuses to comment on the trend of slasher movies in 3D.

Wes Craven has already said he is down for a trilogy, so in all likely hood, we will be seeing Scream 5 in the very near future.

Read More

Kevin Williamson Says ‘Scream 4’ Begins a New Trilogy and Jamie Kennedy Is Out

Scream 5 is in development .

Read More