The long-awaited fifth Scream The movie finally hits theaters tomorrow night, and currently has a 79% rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes after 68 reviews. ComicBook.com’s Patrick Kavanaugh gave the movie a 3 out of 5 and said it was “overwhelmed by the limitations of its title” but added that this was a “love letter to Craven” making it “worth the price of accepting Ghostface fanatics.” The pandemic, which means that not all horror fans may be rushing to the stage early tomorrow. Today, executive producer Chad Villella and co-director Matt Pettinelli Olbin took to Twitter to share a message to fans asking them not to spoil the film’s ending.
You can read their statement in Bettineli-Olpin’s tweet below:
– Matt BettinelliOlpin January 12 2022
During a recent virtual reunion event, an original and executive producer Scream Writer, Kevin Williamson, talks about the work Scream 1-4 Director, Wes Craven, proud.
“I was really scared of making one of these movies without Wes,” the writer noted. “The directors actually texted me when the show was sent out and said that the reason they’re directors is because of Wes. So they’re even honored to have been asked to make this movie, that they’re so impressed with him and the movies themselves, and the cast, that they really wanted to honor his voice, which I really think they They did it.”
In a recent interview with us weeklyWilliamson clarified the option to cut the number “5” from the title.
“Well, it was always shout 5 Because it’s the fifth name,” Williamson explained. So I guess we just came up with that name, but I don’t think they would have called it seriously shout 5. I don’t think anyone wants to see the number five after something. You have to ask them – Paramount or whatever, but I think take 5 of and summon that Scream [works] Because it is completely new. There’s the legacy cast, how they air in this new world and there’s this whole new generation and a new set of very interesting characters. I think it was a great staff. It’s a great group of kids and young talent and they are very, very good. They’re coming off the screen, and now our Sidneys and our mature characters who go into it, are the adults. It works really, really good.”
In addition to Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette, Scream You will see a comeback scream 4Marley Shelton as Judy Hicks’ deputy. Jack Quaid leads an expanding roster of newcomers to appear in the film alongside Melissa Barrera, Dylan Minnette, Gina Ortega, Mason Gooding, Kyle Galner, Jasmine Savoy Brown and Mickey Madison.
the new Scream It is scheduled to hit theaters on January 14, 2022.