Marley Shelton

EXCLUSIVE: Marley Shelton Talks ‘Scream 4’ Blu-ray

Scream 4 is available on Blu-ray and DVD today. While this self-stated 'reboot' of sorts brings the original trio of Sheriff Dewey (David Arquette), Journalist Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox), and eternal victim Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) back to the town of Woodsboro for another mysterious round of "Guess the Killer", it also introduces a whole slew of new characters. What most of these characters have in common is that they eventually succumb to the deadly antics of the now iconic Ghostface killer. What makes Deputy Judy Hicks different is that she lives to see the end of the movie, becoming one of the few people to survive a Scream outing. We recently caught up with actress Marley Shelton, the actress who plays Judy, to discuss this luck of the draw.

Here is our conversation.

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‘EXCLUSIVE’: Elektra Luxx 9-Minute DVD Preview

Writer/director Sebastian Gutierrez follows up 2009's Women in Trouble with Elektra Luxx, which continues the further adventures of a retired porn star (Carla Gugino), pregnant with a recently deceased rock star's child, who makes ends meet by teaching a community college sexual education class. Now on DVD, Elektra Luxx also stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marley Shelton, and Timothy Olyphant. We have an exclusive 9-minute preview from this release, which features Detective Dellwood Butterworth Timothy Olyphant getting it on with Elektra (Carla Gugino) in her unsuspecting neighbor's (Marley Shelton) bedroom. Check out the playfully sexy scene below.

What's a pregnant porn goddess to do? Elektra Luxx decides to quit the industry to start a new life - but not until she wrestles with a slew of wild characters. It's one hysterical ride with plenty of uninhibited comedy along the way.

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Adam Brody, Marley Shelton and Erik Knudsen Come Aboard ‘Scream 4’ Vision is reporting that Adam Brody, Marley Shelton and Erik Knudsen have joined Scream 4.

This new installment brings together Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson, who made the original Scream in 1996. Also coming back are Neve Campbell, David Arquette and Courteney Cox.

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