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How Neve Campbell Was Convinced To Return For Scream

If horror fans think we have a lot invested in the success of the new "Scream" movie, imagine how Neve Campbell feels. The actress is bringing tough survivor Sidney Prescott to life for the fifth time in the latest iteration of the franchise, but it turns out, she wasn't always on board with the project.In an interview with Variety, Campbell says that she wasn't sure if anyone would be able to continue the franchise in the footsteps of Wes Craven, who died in 2015. "I really didn't know whether ...
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Scream Almost Featured Cameos From Rian Johnson And Hayden Panettiere

The new "Scream" movie, in theaters now, is the fifth installment in the long-running slasher film franchise. Yet it continues the meta gag of an in-universe series of movies called "Stab," based on the events of "Scream," and now the fictional "Stab" series has outpaced the "Scream" series. It's all the way up to "Stab 8" -- which, like the sequel colloquially known as "Scream 5," drops the numbering in favor of having the same clean title as the first film. This "Scream" is really "Scream 5" a...
Tags: Movies, News, Disney, Wes, Johnson, Rian Johnson, James Vanderbilt, Hayden Panettiere, Kirby, Hayden, Gillett, Guy Busick, Tyler Gillett, Matt Bettinelli


The Best Characters In Scream, Ranked

Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett's "Scream" (2022) explores many themes -- elevated horror, "requels," the entitlement that underscores modern fandoms -- and it does so through its characters. This is notable, because it wasn't a given. The third film in Wes Craven's seminal slasher franchise all but abandoned its protagonists for rapid-fire plot points and Creed synchs. Other recent entries in blockbuster franchises that originated in the '80s and '90s rolled out old dramatis persones as...
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The Expanse Actor Frankie Adams Talks About Bobbie's Most Memorable Season 6 Scenes [Interview]

"The Expanse" had their series finale last week, and packed a whole lot into the last episode, including an amazing action sequence with Bobbie Draper (Frankie Adams), Amos Burton (Wes Chatham), and some rail guns./Film had the chance to talk with Adams about that intense sequence as well as about other aspects of the season (including what Bobbie did after her heart-to-heart with Amos on Ceres) and the show as a whole.Read on for that conversation, though be warned that spoilers for the last se...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Wes, Ceres, Amos, Ray, Adams, Naren Shankar, Bobbie, Breck Eisner, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Exclusives, Frankie Adams, Shohreh, Avasarala


Easter Eggs You May Have Missed In Scream

As we've come to know over the years, one of the best parts of the "Scream" franchise is the meta element. The focus on the "rules" of horror movies and the commentary on the genre at large is what makes the franchise so lovable, and to see ourselves as fans reflected back at us in such an iconic and memorable way is what keeps us coming back. So, naturally, they decided to up the meta-ante in 2022's "Scream," which arrived in theaters this weekend.And because they decided to up the meta-ante th...
Tags: Movies, Wes, Drew Barrymore, Ghostface, Parker Posey, Sam, Alfred Hitchcock, Tori Spelling, Easter, Nick Cave, John Carpenter, Gale, Mark, Vince, Barrymore, Hayden Panettiere


Scream Ending Explained: Somebody Has To Save This Franchise

Put the phone on silent and unplug any landlines, there's a new "Scream" out. Directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett with a screenplay penned by James Vanderbilt and Guy Busick, "Scream" (2022) has landed on the big screen with red herrings and aired dirty laundry as a body count stacks up.Though the series began and continues with Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox), and Dewey Riley (David Arquette), a new generation emerges in the franchise's fifth entry...
Tags: Movies, Wes, Timothy Olyphant, Chad, Sam, Jason, Gale, Richie, James Vanderbilt, Mindy, Barrymore, Loomis, Carrie, LIV, Carpenter, Vanderbilt


These Are The 7 Best Kills From Scream

The day we thought might never come has arrived: the fifth "Scream" movie is finally here. The first entry in the franchise in a decade is also the first without the involvement of the franchises' late director, Wes Craven. If you're waiting to see "Scream" number five at home, the movie should follow Paramount's Covid-era protocol for home release, with a streaming premiere 45 days after its theatrical release. If that is the case, this may not be the article for you, as we are about to get dee...
Tags: Movies, Wes, Chad, Ghostface, Sam, Madison, Paramount, Amber, Judy, Scream, Gale, Richie, James Vanderbilt, Mindy, Vince, Matthew Lillard


The Original Opening Of Scream 4 Sounds Completely Nuts

The late horror legend Wes Craven may be gone, but the director's influence has only grown stronger over the years. More and more people coming around on his 2005 thriller "Red Eye," and his "Scream" franchise is just about to add its newest member to the family with (the still annoyingly titled) "Scream," directed by "Ready or Not" filmmakers Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett. If you're anything like me, the release of the next sequel likely means you've spent the last week or so revisiti...
Tags: Movies, News, Wes, Williamson, Kevin Williamson, Wes Craven, Billy Loomis, Tyler Gillett, Matt Bettinelli Olpin, Stu Macher, Sidney Prescott Neve Campbell


The Scream Scene That Truly Scared Drew Barrymore

The fifth installment in the "Scream" franchise will be slashing its way into theaters on January 14, 2022, so it's the perfect time to take a look back on what made the first movie so compelling. Wes Craven's "Scream" was a potent little '90s horror cocktail, mixing genuine humor and fear with a meta narrative that broke down the genre while rolling around in it like a pig in muck. It's the film equivalent of a smirk and a wink, and while much has been written about its comedy and genre analysi...
Tags: Movies, Wes, Drew Barrymore, Jackson, Barrymore, Wes Craven, Lussier, Marianne Maddalena, Patrick Lussier, Roger Jackson


Revealed: The Top 10 Custom Motorcycles of 2021

It’s that time of year again! And once again, it’s been a year we’re glad to see the back of. The pandemic didn’t seem to put a dent in the custom scene, though: for every larger workshop experiencing a slowdown, there seemed to be an amateur builder taking up the tools. This list is a purely data-driven exposé of the most popular bikes of 2021. It’s calculated via our website stats, with a focus on page views and social engagement—which went through the roof this year. Healthy global inte...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Europe, California, Russia, US, Wes, Motorcycles, Ducati, Moscow, Miami, Jaguar Land Rover, Bmw, Honda, Oscar Wilde, Harley-davidson


Pretty in Pink: Prism Supply’s 1995 Harley Softail chopper

Our job involves hunting for the world’s freshest custom motorcycles, day in, day out. But we’re only human, and it’s impossible to get to everything while it’s still hot. Flicking through Prism Supply Company’s portfolio, we stumbled across a sultry Harley-Davidson Softail chopper that was actually built a while ago—but was too good not to share. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Prism Supply Co. was founded by brothers Zach and Jake Hindes. Not only does the shop produce a hearty catalog ...
Tags: Facebook, Wes, Motorcycles, Harley-davidson, Harley, Jake, Zach, Coker, Harley Softail, Caleb, Custom Motorcycles, Paughco, Wassell, Jake Hindes, Matt Best, Chopper motorcycle


Scream Featurette Looks Back At The Legacy Of Director Wes Craven

Paramount Pictures has released a new featurette for their #12ScreamsForTheHolidays social campaign. Today's present is a video with the cast and crew paying tribute to the horror icon himself, Wes Craven. Craven, who passed away in 2015 (RIP, good sir), directed the first four films in the series. He was absolutely beloved, which the interviews in the featurette make very clear. Before you watch, here is the info on the new film:Twenty-five years after a streak of brutal murders shocked the qui...
Tags: Movies, News, Wes, Paramount Pictures, Cox, Matt, Tyler, Courtney Cox, David Arquette, Wes Craven, Craven, Sidney Prescott, Woodsboro, Tyler Gillett, Matt Bettinelli Olpin, Dewey Riley


‘Most Secure ATF Comment Survey Ever’ ~ New Tool Shows Break Down

Most Secure ATF Comment Survey Ever  IMG iStock-sdecoret U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- A viewer of my YouTube channels by the name of Wes coded a program that graded comments about the two proposed BATFE rules submitted to the National Register as “support,” “oppose,” or “neutral.” The program, which is viewable here, breaks down the comments into categories and breaks the submitted public comments down to each day. The program gives us an insight into the workings of both sides of the debate. The...
Tags: Guns, Wes, John, Nra, Northern Virginia, ATF, John Crump, Shooting Industry News, National Register, John Crump John, Factoring Criteria for Firearms, Wes Told AmmoLand News


Fangoria Cover Reveal: The Iconic Horror Magazine's Latest Cover's A Real Scream [Exclusive]

Fangoria's back at it with another amazing subscriber-exclusive cover, and this one is a real scream (I'm not sorry). The wicked design features the iconic Ghostface unapologetically slashing through a poster for "Stab 5," the unforgettable meta movie-within-a-movie. To quote one psychotic film geek that fans of the franchise know and love, "Nice twist huh? Didn't see it coming, did you?" Check out the exclusive cover below. 'Don't F*** With The Original' You have to hand it to Fango for printin...
Tags: Movies, News, Ebay, Wes, Ethan Hawke, Nice, Cool Stuff, Joe Hill, Don, Kevin Williamson, Scott Derrickson, Craven, New York Nothing, Don Mancini, Robert Cargill, Lucky McKee


The Every by Dave Eggers review – scathing big-tech satire sequel

The writer’s follow-up to The Circle is longer and baggier, but still fuelled by rage at the power of Silicon Valley and its numbing effect on the human raceKudos to Dave Eggers. In this follow-up to the admirable, big-tech, dystopian thriller The Circle (which you needn’t have read to enjoy the current book), he again squares up to the new enemies of everything untamed and brilliant in humankind. If you meant to read Shoshana Zuboff’s important and demanding The Age of Surveillance Capitalism, ...
Tags: Books, Technology, Internet, Fiction, E-commerce, Wes, Culture, Silicon Valley, Dave Eggers, Circle, Delaney, Agarwal, Shoshana Zuboff, Delaney Wells, Googlebook, Mae Holland The Circle


12 Horror Movie Scenes That Scared Actors In Real Life

Here's the truth: it's hard to be scared on a movie set, even a horror movie set. You're surrounded by crew members. Giant lights illuminate everything around you. Actors in monster make-up sip coffee, practical effects wizards prep blood pumps, and onscreen victims ask the director about their motivation. Everyone knows what they're doing and what they're making and they leave the whole "being scared" thing for the audience. But that's not always the case. Sometimes, a filmmaker surprises their...
Tags: Movies, Stephen King, Tim Curry, Wes, Daily Mail, Williams, New York Times, Conan, Drew Barrymore, Bank, Hannibal Lecter, Jackson, Ridley Scott, Alfred Hitchcock, Vanity Fair, John Hurt


The French Dispatch Set Decorator Rena DeAngelo Had A Wes Anderson-Like Adventure In France [Interview]

For the first time in her career, set decorator Rena DeAngelo has stepped into the world of Wes Anderson. DeAngelo, who previously earned an Oscar nomination for "Bridge of Spies," worked on around 150 sets for "The French Dispatch." Typically, eight of them would be going at once. Considering how visually dense the film is, that makes the number of sets all the more staggering. DeAngelo half-jokes she's surprised they pulled it off. In addition to the large number of sets, they were created for...
Tags: Movies, News, France, Wes, Paris, Wes Anderson, Owen Wilson, Grand Budapest Hotel, Jeffrey Wright, James Baldwin, Sazerac, JEFFREY, Adam, Angoulême, Fran, Grand Budapest


How Scream's Editor Saved The Movie From The Weinsteins

Wes Craven's iconic slasher "Scream" just turned 25, making now the perfect moment to celebrate this genre redefining classic. So many elements came together to make this meta horror flick the masterpiece it is — from the legendary Wes Craven signing on to direct, to finding just the right mask to terrify the masses. Make no mistake, a huge part of this film's legacy is birthing one of the most enduring masks of horror history. Each knife-wielding iteration of Ghostface haunts Sidney Prescott (N...
Tags: Movies, News, Wes, Harvey Weinstein, Ghostface, Bob, Konrad, Liev Schreiber, Santa Rosa, DoubleTree, Barrymore, Marianne, Cathy, Weinstein, Sidney, Wes Craven


Wes Craven Almost Didn't Direct Scream

"Scream" may not have made it to the final round of our Tournament of Terrors, but that doesn't change the fact that the meta horror flick redefined the slasher genre for modern audiences, and it's probably the most influential horror film of the past few decades. However, "Scream" almost didn't have the key ingredient that made it such an expertly crafted deconstruction of the slasher subgenre, because director Wes Craven originally wanted nothing to do with the movie. In fact, he wanted out of...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Wes, Drew Barrymore, Williamson, Marianne, Kevin Williamson, Wes Craven, Craven, Maddalena, Dimension, Marianne Maddalena, Patrick Lussier, Richard Potter, Julie Plec Wes


The French Dispatch Editor Andrew Weisblum On Crafting Wes Anderson's Films [Interview]

Andrew Weisblum has been editing Wes Anderson's films for over a decade. The two first collaborated on "The Darjeeling Limited,"  and since then they've worked together on "Fantastic Mr. Fox," "Moonrise Kingdom," "Isle of Dogs," and now "The French Dispatch." Anderson's latest is structured into three chapters and based around three stories appearing in the final issue of The French Dispatch, the fictional foreign bureau of a Kansas newspaper. In addition to this framing device, there are an arr...
Tags: Movies, News, Wes, Fox, Wes Anderson, Kansas, Lea, Amara, Jeffrey Wright, Anderson, Waris, John Woo, Isle of Dogs, Boggis Bunce, Rosenthaler, French Dispatch


Injustice Interview: Anson Mount on Putting His Own Spin on Batman

The Injustice animated film is out October 19 on digital, 4K, and Blu-ray. The film centers around the differing philosophies of Batman, who is voiced by Anson Mount, and Superman after the death of Lois Lane at the hands of Joker. ComingSoon Editor-in-Chief Tyler Treese spoke with Injustice star Anson Mount about portraying Batman, how he approaches voice acting, and his love of video games.  Tyler Treese: There have been so many iconic portrayals of Batman. How was it to put your own spin...
Tags: Google, New York, Movies, Interview, Superman, Dc Comics, Los Angeles, Wes, Batman, Comic Book, Dota, Lois Lane, Chris Nolan, Anson Mount, Justin Hartley, Wes Gleason


Scream's Marley Shelton Reminisces About A Spooky Phone Call With The Late, Great Wes Craven

When actress Marley Shelton ("Grindhouse," "Pleasantville") was added to the cast of 2011's "Scream 4" as Deputy Judy Hicks, and subsequently survived the ordeal, it was just assumed that her character was being set up for a role in sequels down the line. Sure enough, she popped up in yesterday's trailer for the fifth installment "Scream," and she is now Sheriff Judy Hicks. Judy watches over the town of Woodsboro, where she lives with a teenage son named Wes, played by Dylan Minnette.Her son's n...
Tags: Europe, Movies, News, Wes, Marley, Shelton, Bergman, Johns Hopkins University, Kevin Williamson, Wes Craven, Craven, Dylan Minnette, Marley Shelton, Woodsboro, Tyler Gillett, Matt Bettinelli Olpin


Why This Rick And Morty Episode Nearly Broke The Writers

Creatives tend to be very critical towards their own work. A viewer might look at a movie or TV episode and think it's a work of brilliance, but the writer/producer/director might only see the flaws present or the intent that never made it to the screen. Hence, one of the absolute fan-favorite episodes of Adult Swim's phenomenally popular animated sci-fi comedy "Rick and Morty" was considered to be a dog by the time it aired.What would drive the creators of the show so crazy that they couldn't s...
Tags: Television, Movies, Stephen King, Wes, Morty, Rick, Jerry, Beth, Harmon, Jordan Peele, Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland, Keegan Michael Key, Engle, Roiland, Jerry Beth


Scream Trailer Breakdown: It's Happening Again And We're Taking A Closer Look

The trailer for next year's wildly anticipated "Scream," the fifth installment in the series in case the title was confusing, is finally here!  And naturally, we're combing over every shot to search for clues as to who's donning the iconic Ghostface mask this time. So put on your detective hats and break out your best Gale Weathers impression, because we have a killer to catch in our latest trailer breakdown. What do directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett ("Ready or Not") have in stor...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Wes, Connecticut, Sydney, Sam, Nancy, Gore, Judy, John Carpenter, Don, Richie, Mindy, Vince


Scream Trailer: Ghostface Is Back To Ask A New Generation If They Like Scary Movies

What's your favorite scary movie? If the answer is "Scream," then I have good news: there's a new "Scream" coming your way! And, confusingly enough, even though it's the fifth entry in the series, it's just going by the name "Scream." This is becoming a trend in horror – see also 2018's "Halloween" – and I'm not sure I like it. But that minor quibble aside, I'm all-in on a new "Scream" movie. It won't quite be the same without the late, great Wes Craven at the helm. But "Ready or Not" filmmakers...
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Jeffrey Wright: ‘There’s a relentless, grotesque debasement of language in the US’

Cinema’s classiest actor on being wooed by Wes Anderson for The French Dispatch, playing Bond’s CIA buddy Felix and why he’s fighting for thinkers in an age of vulgarityWith his soulful gravitas, rich vocal tones and understated cool, Jeffrey Wright is one of those actors who brings dramatic heft to anything in which he appears. Which, these days, is an awful lot. He broke through on the New York stage, winning a Tony award for 1994’s Angels in America, then on screen with his portrayal of Jean-...
Tags: New York, Film, Angels, US, America, Spain, Wes, Culture, Tennessee, Robert Pattinson, Wes Anderson, James Bond, Cia, Bond, Jeffrey Wright, Anderson


Former Trax FM presenter Wes Stakes joins TX1 Radio

Former Trax FM Drive presenter Wes Stakes is joining TX1 Radio to host a weekend show. Wes, who has also worked at Viking FM, Radio Aire, Hallam FM, Pulse 1, Pulse 2 will take the 10am-2pm slot every Saturday on the DAB station. Programme Director Stewart Nicholson told RadioToday: “It’s great to have another local talented broadcaster join us who knows everything about Doncaster and Bassetlaw and especially a broadcaster that was very highly thought of on Trax FM which turned into Greatest H...
Tags: Wes, Radio, Doncaster, Station News, Bassetlaw, Shefcast, Wes Stakes, Stewart Nicholson, Tx1 Radio, Viking FM Radio Aire Hallam FM Pulse, Bassetlaw TX1 Radio


Mixtape: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)The holiday season is approaching, which means it's time for some feel-good family dramas. Netflix is adding music to the mix, and offering up a sweet coming-of-age story with "Mixtape." Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming film! Mixtape Release Date And Where You Can Watch It "Mixtape" is a Netflix original, so ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Wes, Netflix, Julie Bowen, Beverly, Weiss, Gail, Stacey Menear, Maven Pictures, Alice Wu, Valerie Weiss, Gil Netter, SlashFilm, Nick Thune, Chris Foss


I Miss the Sega Dreamcast My Brother and I Put on Layaway but Never Got (Because He Stole the Money)

I was just settling into a new home, town, and life when I realized my older brother Wes and I had left something terribly precious behind in our family’s move: a Sega Dreamcast. With it, my childhood fantasy of hauling ass around San Francisco in a yellow Cadillac Eldorado slipped beyond reach.Read more...
Tags: Science, Video Games, Ebay, San Francisco, Wes, Sony, Nintendo, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Taxi, Sega, Layaway, Playstation 2, Dreamcast, Peter Moore, Bad Religion, Phantasy Star Online


A 5-year-old with COVID-19 died in an extremely rare case in Georgia

A Google Streetview image of T C Thompson Childrens Hospital, Tennessee. Google Streetview A 5-year-old boy named Wyatt Gibson has died with COVID-19 in Georgia in an exceedingly rare case. Gibson was "nothing but pure love and the perfect overload of happiness," his mother said in tribute. His death comes amid a surge in cases in Georgia as the state lags behind in vaccinations. See more stories on Insider's business page. A five-year-old boy in Georgia has died with COVID-19 in a va...
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