One of the most iconic teen slasher movies of all time is Wes Cravens the Scream. It is a satire of the horror genre that has withstood the test of time and continues to gain more and more fans. The 1996 classic ended with Sidney Prescott (Nave Campbell) surviving the night against Ghostface, whom he discovered as Stu Macher (Matthew Lillard) and Billy Loomis (Skeet Ulrich). Lillard and Ulrich recently argued whether the killers were actually killed and campaigned for their return.
‘Scream’ 25th anniversary re-release
the Scream It originally hit theaters nationwide on December 20, 1996. 2021 marks the 25th anniversary of the horror film. However, the Halloween season is the perfect time to celebrate the anniversary of the iconic film. the Scream There’s a special 25th anniversary home video release in newly remastered, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray on October 19th.
Miramax originally distributed the Scream. However, ViacomCBS bought a 49% stake in the company. So, now he has the rights to Craven’s classic teen slasher. As a result, Paramount Home Entertainment is releasing this re-release. The horror film will also return to theaters for special screenings just in time for Halloween.
Actors Matthew Lillard and Skeet Ulrich are campaigning for the return of Stu and Billy
Lillard and Ulrich recently discussed the ScreamIn an interview with The Legacy of bloody disgusting. He admitted that there was no real pressure before the release of the horror film due to various reasons. Nevertheless, future generations continue to embrace the teen slasher. Lillard and Ulrich asserted their interest in returning to the franchise when given the opportunity.
Lillard said that Stew is not dead and could very well come back. “Yes! I am alive! Stew is alive! You need to support me in this,” said Lillard. “Skeet is dead! He’s dead!”
However, Ulrich explains why he does not believe Billy to be dead. “No! It was a shock to watch. I actually went very fast like that, at the last second.”
Lillard ends the interview with a special message the Scream Fan: “I’m alive. And I want you to know something. We need to start a writing campaign. We need to file this petition.”
The idea of further involvement in the franchise is an obvious attraction to Lillard and Ulrich. It certainly wouldn’t be the first time that a horror movie brought back antagonists who once seemed to be long dead.
The ‘Scream 5’ franchise continues
The film franchise has stalled since 2011 scream 4. However, the horror film industry has taken to social media to share its excitement. scream 5. ready or NotK Matt Bettinelli-Olpin directs a screenplay written by James Vanderbilt and Guy Busick.
scream 5 Being marketed as a franchise revival, it is a direct sequel to its predecessor. It marks the first the Scream The film will not be directed by Craven, who died in 2015. However, fans of the horror film are still excited to see Ghostface on the big screen once again.
Stay tuned for more details about the upcoming teen slasher movie which is currently slated to release on 14th January.
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