A teenage girl (Neve Campbell) becomes the target of a killer who has stalked and killed one of her classmates. A tabloid news reporter (Courtney Cox) is determined to uncover the truth, insisting that the man who raped and killed Campbell's mother one year earlier is the same man who is terrorizing her now. Campbell's boyfriend (Skeet Ulrich) becomes the prime suspect.
MTV's Scream series may not be using the iconic Ghostface Killer mask, but it will recreate one of the original Scream film's most remembered scenes. In 1996, it came as a shock to audiences when Drew Barrymore didn't make it past the opening act, as she was set up to be the star of the movie. She was dispensed rather quickly by the main slasher. Now, MTV has gotten another big star, and it's confirmed that this same opening act will be used once again to kickstart this small screen reboot.
The Scream TV series is debuting nearly twenty years after the original movie hit theaters. It will feature an all-new Ghostface Killer mask, and a plot that revolves around viral videos. It is not known if the killer in this new version of Scream is literally reenacting the same moments from the movie, or if this is a straight up remake that will not address or acknowledge the past films. We'll have to wait until 2015, when the series is set to air on MTV, to find out.Read More
Director Wes Craven provided a response to the speculation of a Scream TV series potentially coming to MTV. The news about the horror guru directing the pilot arrived last week. Today, he took to Twitter to address the question of his involvement.
A lot of you have asked about the Scream TV series. It's true I've been approached. My response was, it would depend on the script.— Wes Craven (@wescraven) May 1, 2013Read More
MTV announced today a pilot greenlight based on the hugely successful horror film franchise Scream with Dimension Films for MTV, plus the addition of three new series to its diverse programming slate, including Generation Cryo, Nurse Nation and The Hook Up, at its annual Upfront Presentation at the Beacon Theatre in New York City. In addition, the network announced the season three renewal of Snooki & JWoww and highlighted an impressive programming slate of 15 returning hits. MTV is a division of Viacom Inc.
MTV and Dimension Film's one-hour pilot will reinvent the successful horror comedy franchise that spawned three sequels and unleashed "Ghostface" to a legion of unsuspecting fans. MTV and Dimension Films are in discussions with various writers for the potential series which would be slated for a summer 2014 debut on the network. Dimension Films is in discussions with the films' original director and renowned filmmaker Wes Craven to direct the one-hour pilot. DiGa Vision will serve as a producer.Read More
http://movieweb.com/movie/scream/ MTV is planning to develop a new TV series based on director Wes Craven's Scream series.
Ex-MTV executives Tony DiSanto and Liz Gateley are leading the project, and they are currently looking for someone to write the series. It isn't clear if Scream writer Kevin Williamson and director Wes Craven will be involved in the potential series.Read More
The Weinstein Company has altered its release calender for 2011, with the most notable change being Apollo 18's shift into 2012. The Timur Bekmambetov-produced found-footage project was set to debut in less than a month, on April 22, and now it will be released on January 6, 2012. No other movies have been slated for release on January 6 yet.
The studio also moved Piranha 3DD from September 16 to November 23. The 3D sequel would have squared off against Drive, Johnny English Reborn, and Straw Dogs on September 16. Now it will face Hugo Cabret, Arthur Christmas, Project X, and The Muppets.Read More
It seems that another installment to the hit horror franchise Scream is in the works... maybe. According to iF Magazine, Jamie Kennedy, who appeared in the first two films, revealed that a fourth Scream film is coming together.
We'll have more on this project as soon as more information arises.Read More
Dont't forget to also check out: Scream 2, Scream 3
Scream 3 was released February 4th, 2000.Read More
Icons of Fright attended the Monster Mania convention in Cherry Hill, NJ over the weekend and received a scoop from Wes Craven himself about the future of the Scream franchise with Neve Campbell in a leading role...Big news for Scream fans from Wes Craven. During his panel discussion Craven revealed that he had recently had breakfast with Neve Campbell. He told us that she had recently spoken with the Weinsteins about coming back for "Scream 4". Wes made it clear that this was the first he'd heard about it, but Campbell seemed to be seriously considering another stab at Sidney Prescott.
Scream was released December 20th, 1996.Read More