We had no clue who the kid with the terrible haircut was standing next to Emma Roberts (side note: the styling on the cover is … uh … bad), until we scanned around and spotted a familiar surname: Culkin. Yes, he’s a Culkin, but probably not one you’ve seen before. This here is Rory Culkin, the youngest of the Culkins — born in 1989 and a full nine years younger than Macaulay. See him with Roberts (and her glorious teeth) in the new “Scream 4.” [Nylon] Keep reading »
While “Scream 4″ reunites original cast members Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette, the movie is packed with young newbies — and we went one-on-one with two new potential Ghostface victims.
TooFab talked with Aimee Teegarden and Nico Tortorella about being a part of the new flick, working with the original cast and of course, what their favorite scary movies are.
Though 21-year-old Aimee (in the clip above) says she watched the first three movies with her grandma growing up, the same can’t be said for Nico, who tells us “I hadn’t seen any of the first three movies until after I auditioned. I was a bit young when those movies were coming out and I was never a go-to horror movie type of kid.” Read more…Keep reading »
At last night’s Spike Scream Awards, fans voted “Green Lantern” as the most anticipated film of next year. Yeah, we wanna see Ryan Reynolds in tights, but we’re still more excited for “Scream 4.” And yesterday, during the show, we got a first look at the trailer. It features many familiar faces—Neve Campbell, Emma Roberts, Anna Paquin, Kristen Bell, Shenae Grimes, and Hayden Panettiere. Will you be buying midnight opening night tickets? [Hollywood Crush] Keep reading »
The cast of “Scream 4” makes us want to squeal—the flick stars Emma Roberts, Hayden Panettiere, Kristen Bell, and Anna Paquin, plus has Neve Campbell reviving her role as Sidney Prescott while Courteney Cox is returning as tabloid reporter Gale Weathers. We’ve got a while to wait until it opens in theaters—until April—but the first image of the film has been released. I find it pretty interesting that even though the flick stars all these so-hot-right-now stars, they decided to go with Courteney being chased by the masked murderer for the first pic. Because, haven’t we seen that before? [EW] Keep reading »
Normally, sequels aren’t my thing. But I am getting pretty pumped for “Scream 4.” We already knew that Emma Roberts, niece of Julia, was starring and that Hayden Panetierre was playing her bestie. And that Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette would be reviving their iconic roles. Now some new players have been added to the mix. Apparently, Anna Paquin has been cast in the flick! As has the amazing Kristen Bell of “Veronica Mars!” And Shenae Grimes, who you probably know from “90210″ but was far superior on “Degrassi“! The speculation is that these three will be aufed in the opening scene, like Drew Barrymore in the original. But who knows. We’ll have to wait until next April to see. [NY Post] Keep reading »
Matthew Lillard has one of those faces you don’t forget. Fourteen years after “Scream,” he still has the same hip guy-next-door charm and contagious energy. And he’s poised for a major resurgence. Last year, I had the pleasure of working with Matthew on “Spooner” (to be released soon), a romantic comedy about a guy who meets the girl of his dreams while being kicked out of his parents house at age 30. Matt starred in and produced the movie, while I wrote the screenplay. But that’s not all Matt’s got going on. He recently shot “The Descendants,” Alexander Payne’s new flick in which he plays a guy sleeping with George Clooney’s wife. He also has a new TV show in the works called “The Hard Life.” He recently helped a group of lady friends get their play off the ground and helmed the project as director. All while selling a house and making sure his three kids get to and from school on time.
I jumped at the chance to pick Matt’s brain for The Frisky and, earlier this week, joined him at his kitchen table as he finished a comedy podcast. Did I mention he’s also hysterically funny and performs improv around the country? After the jump, Matt talks about his Pinkberry obsession and how he feels about working with women. Keep reading »
Since Drew Barrymore is a megastar these days, it’s hard to remember that before “Scream” came out in 1996, she had largely fallen off the pop culture radar. Her cameo in the flick completely revived her career. And, uh, brought back to life the entire genre of teen horror movies. I’m wondering if “Scream” will have the star-making effect on Emma Roberts, who has just signed on to play Jill in “Scream 4,” which will begin shooting in June. The sequel is going back to its roots—it’s being written by Kevin Williamson, the “Dawson’s Creek” scribe who was behind the first “Scream.” Courteney Cox and David Arquette will both be back for the sequel. As will Neve Campbell—Emma’s character is actually Sidney Prescott’s cousin. And her best friend will be played by Hayden Panetierre, who is no Rose McGowan, but whatever. Emma is pumped about the role. “I’m so excited to be part of this ground-breaking franchise,” she says. “It’s the perfect opportunity for me to do something completely different than I’ve ever done before.” Who knew running from a serial killer could be so much fun? [EW] Keep reading »