Dewey and Gale Return for Scream 4

Well, it’s official – David Arquette and wife Courtney Cox will re-team once again for Scream 4. With Neve Campbell having expressed she had no interesting in returning to the successful franchise, it seems that her two co-stars are more than happy to.

“We are going to be doing Scream 4,” says Arquette, who will once again play the hapless Dewey Riley, a role he has previously re-visited twice since the first movie was released back in December 1996. “Kevin Williamson is writing the script at this moment, and hopefully Wes Craven is going to direct.”

Williamson, who currently has several projects on the go, left a comment on his Twitter page a couple of hours ago that read, “Up and writing. Lots of blood and guts today.” Hopefully, this was in reference to Scream 4, as it has been no secret that he has had difficulty writing the sequel, particularly after his absence from the third movie.


Source: E! Online

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5 Responses to “ Dewey and Gale Return for Scream 4 ”

  1. This is what i like when actors are excited to come aboard

    Neve campbell must say yes……

  2. I hope Neve sticks to her guns and just says no. I can’t blame her for a second about not wanting to digress back to Scream. The Scream era was a terrible, terrible time for the American horror genre. Just my opinion.

    “Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it”

  3. I’m so pleased!! Now we just Neve to sign on.

  4. I wouldn’t say that the Scream era was “terrible”. If anything, it helped revive the dying horror genre. I will admit that it got a bit hokey with part 3. Had Williamson stayed on board, the movie might have turned out differently. I do agree though that she should stick to her guns and not get on board. Her story is over. It’s time to move on with a new trilogy. Hopefully Wes can make something of this next one!!

  5. Like Neve has soooooooooo much other stuff to do…

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