Rumor has it that the trailer for Scream 6 (title not final)
It will be released in the initial week of December, and two frames have been leaked online, which are also the first images of the sequel.
The first portrays Jenna Ortega (Tara) , Melissa Barrera (Sam) , Jasmin Savoy Brown (Mindy) and Mason Gooding (Chad) together with Dermot Mulroney (an absolute novelty in the franchise) and Hayden Panettiere (Kirby) . The latter was one of the main characters of Scream 4 , as well as the only teenager who survived that massacre.
The second image instead shows us Ghostface brandishing a shotgun inside a convenient store . We know the film will take place in New York City, so we’ll see never-before-seen situations like this. So far, the only chapters set beyond the borders of Woodsboro have been the second (at Windsor College in Ohio) and the third (in Hollywood).
According to the official description, Scream 6 “will continue with the four survivors of the Ghostface murders as they leave Woodsboro behind and begin a new chapter of their lives” . The release is expected on March 10, 2023 in US theaters.
You can see the images below.
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The cast includes Courteney Cox ( Gale Weathers ), Melissa Barrera ( Sam Carpenter , Jenna Ortega ( Tara Carpenter ), Mason Gooding ( Chad Meeks-Martin ), Jasmin Savoy Brown ( Mindy Meeks-Martin ), Hayden Panettiere ( Kirby Reed ), Dermot Mulroney , Jack Champion , Liana Liberato , Devyn Nekoda , Josh Segarra , Henry Czerny , Samara Weaving and Tony Revolori.
The screenplay is again by James Vanderbilt ( Zodiac, The Amazing Spider-Man ) and Guy Busick ( Till death do us part, Castle Rock ).
Scream in the cinema and on TV
The saga has so far five cinematic chapters: the first four were directed by Wes Craven , while the screenplays are almost all by Kevin Williamson (the creator of Dawson’s Creek ), apart from the third film, written by Ehren Kruger . The fifth installment was instead directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett .
The franchise transitioned to the small screen in 2015, in an MTV series that ran for two seasons. A third season – actually unrelated to the previous two – aired in 2019 on VH1.