Horror fans, the wait is almost over as we’re within touching distance of Scream 6, which will see Ghostface terrorizing the cast once again.
The latest instalment of the slasher franchise is a little different, with the masked murderer following the gang from Woodsboro to New York on their quest for vengeance.
Thankfully, we don’t have to wait too long as Scream VI will be released on March 10.
Although Neve Campbell has well and truly cemented herself in final girl hall of fame as Sidney Prescott, she confirmed that she would not be taking part in the sequel due to salary issues.
Courteney Cox has reprised her role as Gale Weathers, leading a star-studded cast including Jenna Ortega, Melissa Barrera, Hayden Panettiere and Dermot Mulroney.
The first Scream film hit the big screen in 1996, introducing us to Gale, Sidney and Dewey Riley, as well as killers Stu Macher and Billy Loomis.
Ghostface is back with an almighty vengeance (Picture: Paramount)
Since then, we’ve followed the characters to college, to Hollywood and then back to Woodsboro twice, where the killers under the Ghostface masks ramped up their efforts to kill the trio and their loved ones.
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Ahead of the upcoming flick, Jenna spilled the beans on what to expect, revealing that her character, Tara, had to deal with her ‘suffocating’ sibling on top of Ghostface’s knife.
‘At the top of the film we see my character Tara avoiding her trauma and desperately trying to reclaim her teenage experience and become normal college student,’ she told Entertainment Weekly.
‘There’s a lot of tension between her and Sam, she feels as though she’s too protective and unwilling to allow them both to move on. She feels suffocated.’
Jenna Ortega and Melissa Barrera have returned to the fold once again (Picture: Paramount)
Melissa, aka Sam, continued: ‘Not a lot of time has passed since the last movie. Pretty much, the amount of time that we’ve had between one movie and the other is the amount of time that has passed in their world.
‘So the trauma is still very fresh. One of my favorite parts about this movie is that we really get to see how the happenings of the last movie affected them.
‘We get to really see the baggage that they’re carrying now and how each of them is dealing with it differently.’
Melissa recently confessed that directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett went all out for the movie, ramping up the blood and the scares.
‘There was a saying on set because Matt and Tyler were always asking for more blood and more sweat,’ she added to Collider. ‘They always just wanted more. “More blood spritz” was the saying because they would just always want more.’
‘With the last Scream, they were tip-toeing and trying to be very respectful of what the franchise had been up until that point and keeping their inner gory dreams at bay.
‘But with this one, they were like, “We’re going all out.”’
Scream 6 is released in cinemas on March 10.
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