Scream 2022

Screenwriter Kevin Williamson, behind the first part of “Scream” in 1996, hopes that the new film in the saga, which is about to hit theaters in January 2022, is not the end of this franchise, which has been in effect with slasher fans for almost 30 years.

Scream 2022

Williamson continued as an active creative force throughout the development of the franchise, serving as a screenwriter on its first sequel in 1997, last returning in “Scream 4,” which was the last time Wes Craven performed. took over as a director. before his death in 2015, as well as providing the story for “Scream 3”, the script of which was developed by Ehren Kruger.

In a conversation with US Weekly, Williamson pointed out that the fifth installment of the franchise, which is simply titled “Scream,” has great potential for a sequel, implying that the matter is completely out of his control. . However, he said he hopes to see the saga “continue forever” in the same way many other horror franchises do.

Williamson says he’s happy to see a new “Halloween” in theaters right now “because Scream is a tribute to Halloween,” hoping the franchise can grow in much the same way. “I think there is room for these franchises and as long as we can have new original stories on the board, I still think franchises can survive,” he said.

After the death of Wes Craven, the new “Scream” was developed by the team of filmmakers known as Radio Silence, responsible for the film “Ready or Not”. This group is made up of director duo Matt Bettinelli Olpin and Tyler Gillett, with a screenplay developed by James Vanderbilt and Guy Busick. The film will bring back Neve Campbell, David Arquette, and Courteney Cox, the stars of the original series.

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