Scream 5 is officially in development – here we know everything about the sequel so far. Wes Craven (A Nightmare on Elm Street) was notably directed, working alongside actors Nive Campbell, Courtney Cox, and David Arquette as the series’ main cast. slasher. At the centre of the franchise is Ghostface, the masked assassin who has terrorized the public for more than two decades. Following the success of the first film, the sequel quickly gained acclaim and was released in 1997.
After surviving the events of the first film, Sidask Prescott (Campbell) went to college where he encountered a murderous copycat. Gayle Weyers (Cox) and Davey Riley (Arquette) were together for the trip once again. The trio reprised their roles for 2000 Scream 3 within a decade of the franchise. The group returned in 2011 for Scream 4, a sequel that mixed a new set of characters with Sydney, Gayle, and Dewey when the focus shifted back to Woodsboro. Since then, the franchise has launched a television series that will run for three seasons.
Since the 2011 revival, there were rumours that a modern trilogy was being completed. Craven and Williamson revealed that they were hired to work on several sequels, but nothing happened after the fourth film. Craven tragically died in 2015, pursuing any of the next sequel plans. Later that year, SpyGlass Media Group took over the franchise. The ball has been rolling by cry 5 ever since.
Since Spyglass has taken over the Scream movie series, updates have been announced every few months. The production schedule changed when the coronavirus epidemic hit, but is expected to be withdrawn later this year. Recently, distributor Paramount Pictures announced that they were expecting a release date in 2021. To coincide with the Halloween season, we forecast that the film will be released in late 2021.
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— SCREAM (@TheScreamSeries) August 7, 2020
Without all the details of the cast, it is difficult to predict what the plot of Scream 5 will look like. Assuming Campbell returns, development proceeds with no assurance that Sydney will not be the centre of the story. It’s understandable if there’s a clearer connection between the new set of characters and the original figures, be it the setting in Woodsboro or a familiar situation similar to the Scream case. 4. We can confirm what the return of Ghostface is, but who is behind the mask is anyone’s guess at this point. There will be bloodshed either way.