We reported last month that a fourth sequel to the hit 1996 horror spoof Scream was in the works, and it's apparently been brought to director Wes Craven's attention as well. Bloody-Disgusting, which broke the original news of Scream 4, caught up with Craven at an event for the remake, The Last House on the Left, who confirmed that the sequel is indeed under way, and what would have to happen for Craven to direct.
"It would take it being really as good a script as the first one was," explaining that he should also be compensated for his work on the franchise, "and the pay day reflects what I've done for that company and what I've gone through on Cursed (laughs)."
He also added that he didn't know what the new script by Kevin Williamson, who wrote the original Scream, would entail, but confirmed his involvement.
"I don't know his ideas at all. But they have made a deal with Kevin [Williamson] to write."
We'll keep you updated on this potential sequel as soon as more information comes in.