We won’t get a chance to see Breaking Dawn until it’s in theaters in November, but in this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly we got a first look at some of the action, as well as hearing from The Twilight Saga‘s cast and stars (warning: spoilers ahead!). READ FULL STORY »
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In honor of the release of Scream 4 this Friday, EW is looking back at the original 1996 film and talking to cast members about their best production memories. Matthew Lillard played Stu Macher, who was ultimately revealed to be one of the film’s two killers, along with best bud Billy Loomis (Skeet Ulrich). “It’s weird now that so much time has elapsed and we all know that it’s become iconic, like a piece of film history,” says the actor. EW talked to Lillard about reading the original script for the first time, filming the movie’s intense climax, and if he’s sad that his character didn’t make it to any of the sequels. READ FULL STORY »
Unless you live under a rock — or have recently been stabbed by a Munch-masked madman — you will be aware that horror legend Wes Craven’s new movie Scream 4 hits cinemas this Friday. In anticipation of the slasher sequel’s release, the Alamo Drafthouse‘s collectible art boutique arm Mondo has announced that it is making Craven the latest subject of its “Director’s Series” poster line (previous auteurs who have been honored in this way by the Austin, Tx., cinema include Guillermo del Toro and Source Code film maker Duncan Jones).
The first two Craven movies to be given new posters are the original 1996 Scream and the Johnny Depp-featuring A Nightmare on Elm Street. Swamp Thing, The Hills Have Eyes, and The Last House on the Left will all also be granted the Director’s Series treatment.
You can see the (extremely) blood-drenched artwork for Scream and Nightmare below. Take a look and tell us what you think: READ FULL STORY »
'Scream 4' star Courteney Cox on David Arquette: 'We're probably better now than we were during that movie'
Courteney Cox reprises her role as tabloid reporter Gale Weathers in Scream 4, out this Friday, but it’s a very different Gale than we’ve seen in the other films. “Her life is pretty dull and she wants some excitement,” says the Cougar Town star. “She’s been married to Dewey for like 10 years. She’s been writing books. She’s completely tapped out and going through a major dry spell. Sidney comes into town to promote her book.” And that’s basically when all hell breaks lose and folks start dyin’. EW talked to Cox about the movie’s difficult production, her memories of the original film, and the status of her relationship with husband David Arquette.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Do you remember reading the original Scream script for the first time?
COURTENEY COX: Oh yeah. I went after it! I wanted to play that part. I loved it. I thought the script was funny and scary, and the opening with Drew Barrymore was insane. I was such a huge fan. READ FULL STORY »
Scream 4 finally hits theaters this Friday (you can read all about the horror flick in this week’s EW cover story) but a batch of celebrities, including stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette, will be watching the flick at tonight’s big Hollywood premiere at the famous Grauman’s Chinese Theater. “The great thing about these Scream films,” Cox tells EW, “is that they’re scary, but you get to know these characters that you don’t typically get to know in a horror film. They’re people you’re interested in.”
Sad you didn’t get a ticket to the red-carpet event? Don’t be! You can still watch all of the Scream 4 arrivals (expected guests include Scream alums Jamie Kennedy and Matthew Lillard, along with actors Joel McHale and Busy Phillips) right here on EW.com! We’ll be streaming the premiere live, beginning at 9:30 p.m. ET (6:30 p.m. PT). Try not to scream…with excitement! Check out the video below: READ FULL STORY »
'Scream 4' writer Kevin Williamson discusses the latest installment in the horror franchise and his 'massive fight' with Bob Weinstein -- EXCLUSIVE
For nearly a year now, there have been rumors surrounding the production of Scream 4, the latest installment in the blockbuster horror franchise, mostly involving screenwriter Kevin Williamson’s involvement. Last summer, there were reports that Williamson was no longer participating in the production of the film and had been replaced by Scream 3 screenwriter Ehren Kruger. (Director Wes Craven, and stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette also all returned for film.) Now, with Scream 4 hitting theaters on April 15, Williamson talks to EW about what really went down, and the future of the Scream series. READ FULL STORY »
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