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Thursday, July 8, 2010


It has beeen announced that Scream 4 --- also known as Scre4m -- is in production for a 2011 release. Scream, Scream 2 and Scream 3 all came out a decade ago.

Wes Craven, who directed the original trilogy, has been signed as director, with Kevin Williamson, who scripted the first two films, as writer.

Ten years have passed and Sidney Prescott, again played by Neve Campbell (pictured), has found catharthis over the terrible events in the Scream movies through her writing. But there's a new killer, called Ghostface, on the loose.

Other returning cast members include David Arquette and Courteney Cox. Just as the two got married in real life, their characters will be married in this Scream installment.

With other horror franchises such as the Saw films coming out on a regular basis, it's a question if this new Scream will get the attention and business that the three original films did, but chances are that good word of mouth will make it a sure money-maker.

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