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Cathy Konrad. Bob Weinstein. The supporting cast usually changes with each installment, with a few exceptions: co-stars Jamie Kennedy and Liev Schreiber featured in each of the first three movies; Heather Matarazzo appeared in the third movie and returns in the fifth movie;  and Marley Shelton appeared in the fourth movie and also returns in the fifth movie.
The films follow Sidney Prescott and her struggle against a succession of murderers who adopt the guise of Ghostface to stalk and kill their victims.
Sidney receives support from town policeman Dewey Riley , tabloid reporter Gale Weathers , and film-geek Randy Meeks , along with various other friends, romantic partners, and acquaintances that change as the series progresses.
The first film, Scream , was released on December 20, , and became the highest-grossing slasher film in the world until the release of Halloween The third installment, Scream 3 , was released on February 4, , and was originally the concluding chapter of the series.
Eleven years later, the franchise was revived with a fourth installment, Scream 4 , which was released on April 15, An anthology television series Scream , which followed new characters and settings, aired for three seasons on MTV and VH1 from to A fifth installment in the film series is scheduled to be released on January 14, It will mark the first installment in the series to not be directed by Wes Craven , who died in Williamson's original script for the first movie was bought by Miramax and developed under the Dimension Films label by Bob and Harvey Weinstein , who recruited Craven to direct.
Craven in turn recruited composer Marco Beltrami to score the film. This team went on to be involved in every film of the series, though Williamson was forced to take a smaller role in Scream 3 due to his commitment to other projects, with Ehren Kruger replacing him as screenwriter.
Kruger also provided uncredited rewrites for Scream 4. Craven ran into conflicts with the Motion Picture Association of America over the series and was forced to reduce the violence in Scream 3 due to the Columbine High School massacre resulting in increased focus on violence in the media.
Scream became notable for its use of established and recognizable actors, which was uncommon for slasher films at the time.
Scream and Scream 2 received critical acclaim, while Scream 3 and Scream 4 received a mixed response. The first film has been credited with revitalizing the horror genre in the late s by combining a traditional slasher film with humor, characters aware of horror film cliches and a clever plot.
It was one of the highest-grossing films of and became the highest-grossing slasher film in the world, an honor it held until it was surpassed by 's Halloween.
Its success was matched by Scream 2 , which not only broke box-office records of the time but was also considered superior to the original by some critics.
Scream 3 fared worse than its predecessors, both critically and financially, with many critics commenting that it had become the type of horror film it originally parodied in Scream and Scream 2 , while others praised it for successfully completing the film trilogy.
Scream 4 also received mixed reviews, with criticism mainly aimed at its use of horror film cliches, although many considered it an improvement over its predecessor.
The film series began with Scream , premiering on December 18, at the AMC Avco theater in Westwood, California  and was generally released on December 20, The film focuses on teenager Sidney Prescott as she comes under attack from a mysterious character dubbed Ghostface while dealing with the anniversary of her mother's murder.
The film went on to be a financial success and received considerable critical acclaim for its deconstruction of the horror genre.
It is credited with revitalizing the horror genre in the mid 90s and inspiring an array of imitators.
The series continued with Scream 2 , premiering at Mann's Chinese Theater ,  followed by a general release on December 12, Written by Williamson and directed by Craven, released less than a year after the original film.
Like Scream , the film features characters aware of the horror genre and the conventions of the horror sequel, mocking them while simultaneously falling victim to them.
Set in , the film again focuses on the character of Sidney Prescott, now a college student, as a series of copycat crimes begin, the killers again using the disguise of Ghostface.
The film was financially successful,  and received similar critical praise for its deconstruction of the horror film sequel and commentary on the influence of the media in society.
The script for Scream 2 was leaked during production revealing the identity of the killers and so the film underwent extensive rewrites, changing the identity of the killers, though their motivation remained the same.
The series continued with Scream 3 , which premiered on February 3, at the AMC Avco theater in Westwood, California  and was generally released on February 4, Like previous entries, the film was directed by Craven, but Williamson was unable to formulate a complete script due to his commitment to the short-lived television series Wasteland and his original film Teaching Mrs.
Tingle Consequently, he wound up being replaced by Ehren Kruger who finalized a script based on several ideas supplied by Williamson.
Set in , the film focuses on Sidney Prescott who faces a new Ghostface killer and the truth about her mother that led to the start of the Ghostface killings.
The film, like its predecessors, featured characters who were self-aware of horror conventions, in this case the rules and structure of the final entry in a movie trilogy.
Scream 3 was considerably less successful than the previous two installments, suffering both financially and critically, commentators noting that the film had become akin to the horror films it originally parodied in Scream and Scream 2.
Others were critical of the change in tone, focusing more on humor instead of horror and violence. However, critics who reacted positively were supportive of this change in tone and praised the film for successfully completing the film trilogy.
In July , The Weinstein Company announced the development of a new sequel, Scream 4 , written by Williamson with Craven being secured for the project in March The film underwent reshoots of some scenes in January with Craven stating that they were to enhance some scenes but that the ending remains untouched, countering criticism that, following a January 6, test screening ,  the film may undergo significant changes due to poor audience responses.
The film takes place in , [note 1] ten years after the previous film, and once again follows Sidney Prescott.
She returns to Woodsboro, the fictional town where Scream takes place, on the last stop of her book tour and encounters another set of murders and a killer, again using the guise of Ghostface.
In , Craven confirmed he was contracted to work on a fifth and sixth installment of the Scream franchise, to be made if the fourth film achieved a successful release and reception.
Williamson indicated that if a Scream 5 were to be made, it would be a continuation of the story of the characters who lived through Scream 4 but that Scream 4 would not include any cliffhangers that led into the potential sequel.
Before the release of Scream 4 , actor David Arquette also added his support for a potential future of the franchise, stating "[the ending] definitely leaves it open," before adding that he would welcome the opportunity to play the character of Dewey in future installments.
On September 30, , Harvey Weinstein expressed his interest in a fifth installment, stating "I'm begging [Bob Weinstein] to do the movie and just end it.
We've milked that cow. He also elaborated on his departure from the series as Craven and his team were "done with him". When asked about the possibility of a film continuation after Scream 4 , Weinstein firmly denied the possibility of a fifth installment or any further continuation of the film franchise, citing the MTV series as the right place for the franchise to find new life.
However, in early , it was reported that Blumhouse Productions , which specializes in horror-themed films, was interested in reviving the series, and that head of studio Jason Blum was working on making such Scream installments happen.
It was unknown at the time if it would be a sequel, reboot, or remake. It was also unknown if Williamson would return. In March , it was announced that Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett would direct the fifth installment, with Williamson serving as an executive producer, and that the film had already entered official development, with filming planned to begin in May They also noted that it is still not known if Cox or Campbell, or any other legacy actors other than Arquette, will reprise their roles.
The news was then confirmed by various other outlets. On June 4, , it was reported that MTV was in the early stages of developing a weekly television series spun off from the franchise.
On April 12, , the first trailer for the series was aired during the MTV Movie Awards presented by Bella Thorne , also revealing the final premiere date of the series, which aired on June 30, An official promotional picture of the series' re-imagined mask was revealed in early June Initially, Craven expressed his approval of the redesign and hinted at its origins and possible plot significance.
On August 30, , Wes Craven died of brain cancer. The season 1 finale episode "Revelations" made a tribute to him during the opening credits.
The second season of Scream premiered on May 30, On October 14, , MTV renewed the series for a six-episode third season,  which premiered on VH1 on July 8, As part of the reboot process, it was revealed that Brett Matthews will be serving as the main showrunner.
In addition, Matthews, Queen Latifah , Shakim Compere and Yaneley Arty will be added as executive producers for the series under Flavor Unit Entertainment.
This information was corroborated by MTV president Chris McCarthy. Wallace , Tyga , Keke Palmer , Jessica Sula , Giullian Yao Gioiello , Giorgia Whigham and Tyler Posey.
On September 18, , it was announced that the Ghostface mask from the film series would be making an appearance in the third season. Jackson , who voiced Ghostface in the film series, would return for the third season, replacing Mike Vaughn, who served as the voice for two characters, the Lakewood Slasher in the first two seasons and the Shallow Grove Slasher in the Halloween special episodes of the second season.
After the second season, the series moved from MTV to VH1. This section shows characters who will appear or have appeared in more than two films in the series.
Craven initially intended to hire talented, but relatively unknown actors who had not yet had a "big break" in the film industry, as he had done with A Nightmare on Elm Street ' s Johnny Depp and Shocker ' s Peter Berg.
Craven believed their budget was inadequate to secure the actors they were pursuing but felt that Barrymore's presence made people eager to take part and accepting of a lower salary.
Drew Barrymore initially approached the production herself after reading the script and was signed to play Sidney Prescott.
The role was ultimately given to Neve Campbell after the director saw her in Party of Five , believing she could best embody a character who was "innocent" but also able to handle herself while dealing with the physicality and emotions of the role.
Cox however lobbied hard for the role for that reason, wishing to play a "bitch" character, her efforts ultimately succeeding when she was cast.
Kevin Patrick Walls, who played Barrymore's boyfriend Steve Orth in the opening of Scream , was one of the final candidates for the role of Sidney's boyfriend, Billy Loomis , alongside Justin Whalin before it was won by Skeet Ulrich.
The role was described as " hunky " instead of the younger, "goofier" approach of Arquette but Craven appreciated the idea and cast him in the role.
Jackson , voice of the character Ghostface, was picked at the end of several weeks of local casting in Santa Rosa. The production had originally intended to only use his voice temporarily but ultimately decided that it was perfect for the role.
The calls made by his character were genuine phone calls conducted on set by Jackson to the characters, again with the intention of aiding the interaction between his character and the character being "stalked" in a scene.
Roger Jackson's voice is very remarkable, it's got an evil sophistication. For Scream 2 , Campbell had been contracted for a possible sequel before filming began on Scream.
However actors with surviving characters had a sequel option added after it was known which character would be eligible to appear in the next film.
Gellar in particular had also recently finished work on another Williamson-penned film, I Know What You Did Last Summer which was released two months prior to Scream 2.
She would admit in interviews that she signed on to Scream 2 without having read the script, based on the success of the first film.
Rebecca Gayheart, who had unsuccessfully auditioned to play Tatum Riley in Scream , auditioned for the roles of Hallie , Cici and Maureen Evans before being cast as Sorority Sister Lois.
For Scream 3 , Craven stated in an interview that convincing the central cast to return was not difficult but their burgeoning fame and busy schedules made arranging their availability with the film's production troublesome.
When production of Scream 4 was announced, Campbell initially refused offers to reprise her role as Sidney, forcing early script drafts to be written in consideration of her absence.
Roberts was cast as Jill, Sidney Prescott's cousin, beating out Ashley Greene for the role. Lake Bell and Lauren Graham were cast in the film but dropped out early into production, Bell citing scheduling conflicts.
Scream was conceived under the title Scary Movie by screenwriter Kevin Williamson as an page script inspired by a series of murders by the Gainesville Ripper that Williamson had seen in a news story and his own experience alone in a friends house, after discovering an open window he had not previously noticed.
The treatment covered what would become the opening scene of Scream featuring Drew Barrymore. Williamson began to expand this script into what ultimately became Scream because his previous script, Teaching Mrs.
Tingle , was in development hell , writing it in only three days in Palm Springs  and bringing it to his agent in June to put it up for sale.
Williamson was told early on by his agent, Rob Paris, that the saturation of violence and gore in his script would make it "impossible" to sell and following its purchase by Miramax he was required to remove much of the gorier scenes.
However, once Craven was confirmed to direct, he was able to bring much of the excised content back. Williamson later confirmed that he was glad Craven did so.
This later aided Williamson who was struggling to find motivation for characters to leave a party in the film's finale, now able to use the discovered corpse of the Himbry character.
Opinions were split between staff on the picture, some who felt that a motive was necessary for the audience to be given resolution while others felt it was scarier without one.
Ultimately Williamson decided to do both, giving the character Billy Loomis the motive of maternal abandonment while not giving the character of Stu Macher one, instead having the character jokingly suggest "peer pressure".
Following the release of Scream , Williamson confirmed that he had considered a concept for a sequel where the character Sidney Prescott attends college and a copycat killer begins stalking her.
Dimension Films agreed to pursue a sequel in May , by which point Williamson had already written 42 pages of the new script.
As a result, the production was forced to continue filming with only a partial script as Williamson conducted rewrites, changing much of the finale, the killers victims and the killers identity.
Williamson was approached by Bob and Harvey Weinstein in early to pen a script for Scream 3 but at the time he was involved with the writing and directing of his original script Teaching Mrs.
Tingle  and developing the short-lived TV series Wasteland. Unable to write a full script, Williamson provided a draft outline for the film that involved the filming of the film within a film "Stab 3", based on the previous film's in-universe murders, that took place in the fictional town of Woodsboro from the original Scream.
Early scripts by Kruger had the character of Sidney Prescott much like " Linda Hamilton in Terminator 2 " at which point Craven would intervene to bring the character closer to previous iterations.
Kruger admits that Craven had a hand in writing the script though he remained uncredited for it. Additionally, the film's location changed from Woodsboro to Hollywood as Kruger believed that the characters should be moving to bigger places from high school, to college to Hollywood.
Almost ten years after the last installment, in late ,  Williamson formulated a concept for a new installment and approached Bob Weinstein who, after hearing his pitch, told Williamson to begin writing a script for what would become Scream 4.
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