Ghostface, Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), Gale Weathers (Courtney Cox), and Dewey Riley (David Arquette) are all set to return in the new Scream, which will be released on January 14, 2022. Kevin Williamson, the original screenwriter, is also an executive producer this time. However, the clip indicates that a new generation of directors, like Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, would be brought into the bloody fold.
Meet the ‘Scream’ New Generation Cast and Characters
While production was still continuing last year, Bloody Disgusting met with the new actors. In true franchise fashion, secrecy was paramount—even the prospect of disclosing a single detail about their personalities caused terror. The cast was kept in the dark about Ghostface’s identity due to incomplete screenplays and scripts with multiple endings, providing an additional meta layer to the shoot. All of this is to indicate that if you’re concerned about spoilers, you won’t find any here because the cast didn’t have any to offer.
Mason Gooding (Chad)
“Well, my character’s name is Chad, as far as I know.” He plays football in high school. “He’s American, and like me, he’s probably blood type O negative,” Gooding says. “They’re really clandestine and dedicated to making sure that it’s a new and unseen experience for the viewers because the worst feeling is coming into a movie and knowing how it’s going to play out,” she says of working with Radio Silence and not knowing the finale. Instead of allowing this to happen, they make our lives as actors even more exciting by refusing to reveal certain levels of information. We work on the principle that everyone is a suspect rather than innocent.
Kyle Gallner (Vince)
“I’m afraid I won’t be able to give you much more than that, man.” Vince is my character. In Woodsboro, I’m a local man.” “The key reason why it can work is it’s being shot very sequentially,” Gallner adds to Gooding’s opinions on the production’s secrecy. That is how it can exist in that world. They’re shooting a lot of it, pretty much in order.”
Sonia Ammar (Liv)
“My name is Sonia Ammar, and I’m Liv. I’m one of the franchise’s newest characters, as well as one of the franchise’s long-running characters. And that’s all I have to say about it.” Ammar also has a lot of nice things to say about the directors. “They have such a lot of enthusiasm and excitement, and they have the utmost regard and affection for Wes Craven and the legacy he’s left behind with these films, and they simply want to pay honour to it while giving it a fresh spin.”
Jenna Ortega (Tara)
Ortega was scared to say anything, saying, “I’m not sure how much I could say.” I’m afraid to even say my name. In comparison to my previous characters, I believe I have a tendency to play tough people who can be a little snarky at times. I’m not sure. “I think my character is cool, and I have a lot of personal experience with her.” Horror is one of my favourite genres. This franchise is one of my favourites. Its self-awareness is obviously flawless. And it’s such an honour to be given the chance to develop on top of and become a part of the flawless world that Wes Craven, Kevin Williamson, and the rest of the team have built. And I believe I’ve stated it before, but I honestly believe this picture is a perfect fit.
Melissa Barrera (Sam)
“We can’t say anything because we’ll get in trouble, but I can tell you that I play Sam, and we’re clearly a new generation of characters,” she says. “This is my first time acting in a horror movie.” Do you know what’s so amusing about it? I never imagined myself doing a horror film in my life. I’m a squeamish cat. I enjoy viewing scary films, but I can’t sleep for two weeks afterwards. All of my preconceived notions about what it takes to make a horror film were absolutely incorrect, because this is one of the most enjoyable and relaxing sets I’ve ever visited. And it’s been a truly unforgettable experience. I’m ecstatic to be a part of Scream.”
Richie (Jack Quaid)
“Oh, guy,” says the speaker. Sorry, we’re all paranoid since the pleasure of Scream is not knowing anything at all. So, first and foremost, my name is Richie, and Richie looks just like me,” Quaid jokes about the secrecy. “I did a movie called Tragedy Girls, which was a horror-comedy, and I’m no stranger to copious quantities of blood in my films,” Quaid said of his continuous habit of picking very bloody projects. In a lot of ways, it seems like I’m returning home.”
Wes Hicks (Dylan Minnette)
Minnette, like his co-stars, was reluctant to even say his character’s name. Thankfully, returning player Marley Shelton announced that he will play her teen son Wes, a homage to Wes Craven. “Sharing a screen with these folks and talking about Ghostface on camera is so weird,” Minnette says.
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