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Scream 3 m. Scream 4 m. Scream: The TV Series SS 3 EPS 6. Scream Queens SS 2 EPS Silk Scream 94m. Opinions were split between staff on the picture, some who felt that a motive was necessary for the audience to be given resolution while others felt it was scarier without one.
Ultimately Williamson decided to do both, giving the character Billy Loomis the motive of maternal abandonment while not giving the character of Stu Macher one, instead having the character jokingly suggest "peer pressure".
Following the release of Scream , Williamson confirmed that he had considered a concept for a sequel where the character Sidney Prescott attends college and a copycat killer begins stalking her.
Dimension Films agreed to pursue a sequel in May , by which point Williamson had already written 42 pages of the new script.
As a result, the production was forced to continue filming with only a partial script as Williamson conducted rewrites, changing much of the finale, the killers victims and the killers identity.
Williamson was approached by Bob and Harvey Weinstein in early to pen a script for Scream 3 but at the time he was involved with the writing and directing of his original script Teaching Mrs.
Tingle  and developing the short-lived TV series Wasteland. Unable to write a full script, Williamson provided a draft outline for the film that involved the filming of the film within a film "Stab 3", based on the previous film's in-universe murders, that took place in the fictional town of Woodsboro from the original Scream.
Early scripts by Kruger had the character of Sidney Prescott much like " Linda Hamilton in Terminator 2 " at which point Craven would intervene to bring the character closer to previous iterations.
Kruger admits that Craven had a hand in writing the script though he remained uncredited for it. Additionally, the film's location changed from Woodsboro to Hollywood as Kruger believed that the characters should be moving to bigger places from high school, to college to Hollywood.
Almost ten years after the last installment, in late ,  Williamson formulated a concept for a new installment and approached Bob Weinstein who, after hearing his pitch, told Williamson to begin writing a script for what would become Scream 4.
He would later explain that despite rewrites it was still Williamson's characters and script,  stating:. Look, there was a bumpy period when things shifted over from Kevin to Ehren.
I signed up to do a script by Kevin and unfortunately that didn't go all the way through the shooting. But it certainly is Kevin's script and concept and characters and themes.
Weinstein clarified that Kruger was brought in to "punch up" the film's dialog but his involvement with the writing was not to the same extent as with Scream 3.
The script for Scream , then known as Scary Movie was released for sale on a Friday and by 8 a. Following a successful screening with a test audience and Miramax executives, both Williamson and Craven were offered a two-picture contract for sequels to Scream , Williamson already having been offered a three-picture deal by Miramax for unrelated films.
The case was settled out of court with the details remaining secret but producer Marianne Maddalena would confirm that the production were able to use the current and potential future titles of Scream 2 and Scream 3.
Shortly before production began on the film, the Columbine incident occurred and with it came an increased scrutiny on the media and its effect on people, particularly films.
There were considerations at the time about whether the studio should continue production of a third installment in the aftermath of the incident but the studio decided to continue, albeit with changes.
At one point in the production, the studio demanded that the film feature no blood or on-screen violence but Craven intervened stating that the film should either have the violence present in earlier Scream films or should be called something other than Scream.
Production of a new film, Scream 4 was announced in July by The Weinstein Company who approached Williamson about formulating a new script, with the intention of creating a new Scream trilogy if the fourth film proved successful.
The Hollywood Reporter however, claimed that Conrad received a cash payment and entitlement to a percentage of the profits derived from Scream 4.
Williamson and Bob Weinstein came into repeated conflict with each other during production with Williamson citing the creative direction of the film as the cause while Weinstein blamed the time constraints on the film's development.
Williamson and Weinstein did not speak to each other after Williamson left the production, claiming other responsibilities, and he had not seen the finished version of the film prior to its release.
Filming for Scream began on April 15, and finished on June 8, Filming was intended to take place in North Carolina , but the location was deemed unsuitable, with scouts unable to find useful locations that would not require extensive building or modification to make fit the requirements of the film.
The production instead turned to Vancouver, Washington and Los Angeles before discovering Sonoma County, California , and the areas within it: Santa Rosa , Healdsburg and Tomales Bay.
The house used by Barrymore's character is situated on Sonoma Mountain Road opposite the house used in the horror film Cujo Before filming began, the production approached Santa Rosa High School about using it as Woodsboro High School.
The school board insisted on seeing the script and objected to the content of the film's dialog and the foul-mouthed, aggressive character of Principal Himbry.
Opposition to the film came from those who deplored its content of violence against children teenagers , as the area had suffered the tragic kidnap and murder of Polly Klaas three years prior.
Unwilling to be delayed, Craven began filming as scheduled on April 15, with the opening scene of the film featuring Barrymore  which took five days to complete.
For the film's killer, Williamson's script had provided Craven only with the description "masked killer", forcing him and his design team to create the Ghostface costume from scratch to conceal the killer's identity.
While awaiting permission from Fun World, creators of the Ghostface mask design, Craven had the design team KNB Effects create an alternative that was used in two scenes before being replaced by the original Fun World design once permission was granted.
After filming completed in June, Craven spent two months editing the final product, encountering repeated conflicts with the film rating body MPAA concerning the content of scenes, being forced to tone down or obscure the more intense scenes and violence to avoid an NC I'm a director who can do something very well but am not allowed to put it on screen.
And they ultimately get you, as they did on this one, on intensity. They say, "it's not a specific shot, it's not blood, it's just too intense".
In total, Craven sent eight different cuts of the film to the MPAA before Bob Weinstein intervened and personally contacted the MPAA, believing they misunderstood to which genre Scream belonged.
Filming took place largely in Atlanta, Georgia over four weeks before moving to Los Angeles. Agnes Scott College in Atlanta and University of California, Los Angeles were used to represent the fictional Windsor College that appears in the film.
Their idea was that the MPAA would force them to remove the content the production already did not want while keeping the content they did.
However, the MPAA gave them an R-Rating for the more violent cut, stating that they felt the message of the film was significant. The script was printed on specialty paper to prevent photocopying and was often destroyed after use.
In particular, the opening scene had three variants and the three-minute scene featuring the character of Randy Meeks had two-hours of filmed footage.
In January , the film underwent an additional four days of filming to reshoot two scenes, following a test screening — the opening scene and a later scene that took place in a parking garage with Alison Brie.
They're not reshoots, we had a couple test screenings and we saw two scenes where they had moments you could add to and we just saw a spectacular opportunity The two scenes were really good, but we saw how they could be spectacular, so we thought, let's just go for it.
They were key moments of the script, so we just decided to go back and go for the grand slam on them. Craven also complimented the film's ending, labeling it "kick-ass" and stated that it remained untouched as part of the reshoot process.
The score for the Scream series was provided by Marco Beltrami , starting with Scream in what was his feature film debut. Beltrami was brought onto the production of Scream after Craven's assistant Julie Plec requested input on the now defunct site "Hollywood Cafe", asking for opinions on was "new", "fresh" and "wonderful" and was provided with Beltrami's name by several people.
Craven sent for samples of Beltrami's work and was impressed by what he heard, bringing him to the set to view the first thirteen minutes of the film featuring the introduction and murder of the character Casey Becker.
Craven had Beltrami produce music based on this scene and then demonstrate it, impressing Craven enough to hire him. An ironic comment on the brutality we have just seen in the opening sequence.
More importantly, however, the allusion to the Blue Öyster Cult classic recasts the song's title by literalizing its meaning. While the title itself invokes the Reaper as a popular symbol for death, the film presents us with an actual person, who not only dresses as the Grim Reaper but also unleashes homicidal vengeance on the other characters of the film.
The irony here, of course, is that Billy himself proves to be one of the film's dual slashers and is, in fact, the "Reaper" to be feared.
The theme tune of Sidney Prescott, entitled "Sidney's Lament", became a signature track for the series, variations of the tune appearing across the score of Scream , Scream 2 and Scream 3.
The track features a female choral arrangement expressing "sorrow" concerning the fate of the character. In Scream , Beltrami stated that the voice "spoke" for the character, "lamenting" the loss of her mother.
Beltrami returned for Scream 2 , leading the score though there would be a late inclusion by Danny Elfman in the form of the choral track "Cassandra Aria".
In addition, excerpts from the score of Broken Arrow by Hans Zimmer appeared in the film, in particular guitar work by Duane Eddy , for the character Dewey, replacing many of the character's related tracks from the original Scream score.
Beltrami later explained that the Zimmer piece was used as a scratch track for test screening purposes before the score was finalized.
The test audience reaction to it influenced the studio keep the Zimmer piece, reducing "Dewey's Theme", which Beltrami had composed to fill its place, to minor use during more serious scenes involving the character.
For Scream 3 , Beltrami employed seven orchestrators to aid in scoring the extensive orchestral accompaniment featured in the film's score.
Additionally, he experimented with new styles of sound production by recording instruments in abnormal circumstances such as inserting objects into a piano and recording at various velocities to create a distorted, unnatural sound and modifying the results electronically.
Scream is currently the th highest-grossing movie worldwide, followed by Scream 2 at and Scream 3 at As of , Scream remains the highest-grossing film in the slasher genre, followed by Scream 2 and Scream 3 at No.
Despite competition from other big name films during its release, including Tom Cruise 's Jerry Maguire and Tim Burton 's Mars Attacks! The Scream series has received a largely positive critical response since the release of the first film in with Kevin Thomas of The Los Angeles Times calling Scream "a bravura, provocative sendup of horror pictures" while Empire ' s Adam Smith called it "Clever, quick and bloody funny.
Not even horror fans who can answer all this film's knowing trivia questions may be fully comfortable with such an exploitative mix".
Scream went on to rank No. The film was also awarded the Best Movie by the MTV Movie Awards. Scream 2 received equally positive critical response with some critics arguing that the film surpassed the original in scares and humor.
Both Gene Siskel and the New York Times' Janet Maslin gave the sequel positive reviews despite their negative response to Scream. She could become a really big star and then giggle at clips from this film at her AFI tribute".
Scream 4 received mixed reviews. Amber Freeman Melissa Barrera Sam Carpenter Jasmin Savoy Brown Mindy Meeks-Martin Mason Gooding Chad Meeks-Martin Sonia Ammar Liv McKenzie Reggie Conquest Edit Storyline A new installment of the 'Scream' horror franchise will follow a woman returning to her home town to try to find out who has been committing a series of vicious crimes.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia This will be the first 'Scream' movie not directed by Wes Craven , who passed away in August of from cancer.
Frequently Asked Questions Q: Will the new movie be called "Scream 5"? Q: How is this a "reboot" if the original star Campbell from all four movies is in it??
Woodsboro, California. Inizia a parlare con il misterioso interlocutore che le pone delle domande apparentemente innocue. Terrorizzata, Casey tenta di fuggire, finendo nelle mani del killer, che indossa un costume di Halloween : Ghostface.
Il giorno dopo, la notizia dell'uccisione dei due ragazzi crea molto sgomento e preoccupazione presso gli studenti del liceo di Woodsboro e colpisce in particolare la giovane Sidney Prescott, che l'anno prima aveva visto stuprare e massacrare la madre, per il cui omicidio era stato accusato un tale Cotton Weary.
La notte stessa il killer chiama la ragazza, sola in casa, per poi aggredirla. Vorrebbe ucciderla ma non riesce a raggiungere il suo scopo.
Non appena sparisce, appare il fidanzato della giovane, Billy Loomis, che fa cadere un telefono cellulare dalla tasca.
Sidney si stabilisce a casa della sua amica Tatum Riley, sorella del vicesceriffo Dwight "Linus" Riley. La protagonista deve subire le continue domande della giornalista Gale Weathers, che sostiene che il killer in circolazione sia la stessa persona che ha ucciso sua madre quasi un anno prima.
La scuola di Woodsboro viene chiusa per sicurezza e viene istituito il coprifuoco. Rimasto solo nell'istituto, il preside Arthur Himbry viene ucciso dal killer nel suo ufficio con quattro pugnalate.
Ignari dell'accaduto, i ragazzi del liceo organizzano una festa a casa di Stuart Macher, dato che i suoi genitori sono fuori. Inspired by the real-life case of the Gainesville Ripper , Scream was influenced by Williamson's passion for horror films, especially Halloween The script, originally titled Scary Movie , was bought by Dimension Films and was retitled by the Weinstein Brothers just before filming was complete.
The production faced censorship issues with the Motion Picture Association of America and obstacles from locals while filming on location.
It still remains the highest-grossing slasher film in adjusted dollars. It received several awards and award nominations.
The soundtrack by Marco Beltrami was also acclaimed, and was cited as "[one] of the most intriguing horror scores composed in years". Scream was credited with revitalizing the horror genre in the s, which was considered to be almost dead following an influx of direct-to-video titles and numerous sequels to established horror franchises of the s and s.
Scream ' s success spawned a series of sequels , though only Scream 2 , released the following year, achieved an equal level of commercial and critical success.
In the years following the release of Scream , the film was accused of inspiring and even inducing violent crimes and murders.
High school student Casey Becker receives a flirty phone call from an unknown person , during which they discuss horror movies.
However, the caller turns sadistic and threatens her life. He reveals that her boyfriend Steve Orth is being held hostage and demands she answer questions about horror films.
After Casey gets one wrong, Steve is murdered. When Casey refuses to answer more questions, she is murdered by a masked killer as her parents come home.
Shortly after, they find her corpse hanging from a tree. The following day, the news media descend on the town and a police investigation begins.
Meanwhile, Sidney Prescott struggles with the impending first anniversary of her mother, Maureen 's, murder by her lover Cotton Weary.
While waiting at home for her friend Tatum Riley , Sidney receives a threatening phone call. After she hangs up, she is attacked by the killer but evades them.
Sidney's boyfriend Billy Loomis arrives shortly after, but after he drops his cell phone, Sidney suspects him of making the call and flees.
Billy is arrested and Sidney spends the night at Tatum's house, where she receives another threatening call. The next day, Billy is released and suspicion shifts to Sidney's father Neil Prescott , as the calls have been traced to his phone.
School is suspended in the wake of the murders. After the students have left the school, the killer stabs Principal Himbry to death in his office.
Tatum's boyfriend Stu Macher throws a party to celebrate the school's closure. The party is attended by Sidney, Tatum, their friend Randy Meeks , and many other students.
Reporter Gale Weathers attends uninvited to cover the situation, as she expects the killer to strike.
Tatum's brother deputy sheriff Dewey Riley also looks out for the murderer at the party. The killer corners Tatum in the garage and murders her by crushing her neck with the garage door.
Billy arrives to speak to Sidney privately and the two have sex, while Dewey and Gale investigate a nearby abandoned car. Many party attendees are drawn away after hearing news of Himbry's death, leaving only Sidney, Billy, Randy, Stu, and Gale's cameraman Kenny.
Gale and Dewey, having discovered that the car belongs to Neil Prescott, return to the house. After having sex, Sidney and Billy are attacked by the killer, who presumably kills Billy.
Sidney narrowly escapes from the house and seeks help from Kenny, but the killer slashes his throat.
Gale and Dewey believe Neil is the killer and has come to the party to continue his spree. Gale tries to escape in her van but drives off the road to avoid hitting Sidney and crashes.
Meanwhile, Dewey is stabbed in the back while investigating in the house, and Sidney takes his gun for protection.
Stu and Randy appear and accuse each other of being the killer. Sidney retreats into the house, where she finds Billy wounded but still alive.
She gives Billy the gun before he lets Randy into the house and shoots him. Billy reveals that he feigned his injuries and is actually the killer, with Stu shortly outing himself as his accomplice.
Billy and Stu discuss their plan to kill Sidney and pin the murder spree on her father, whom they have taken hostage. The pair also reveal that they murdered her mother and framed Cotton for it, as she was having an affair with Billy's father, which drove his mother away.
Gale, who survived the crash, intervenes, and Sidney takes advantage of this to turn the tables on her attackers, knocking out Billy with an umbrella and dropping a television set on Stu's head.
Billy then awakens and attacks Sidney, but Gale shoots him. Randy is revealed to be wounded but alive, and remarks that the killer always resurfaces for one last scare.
Sidney takes the gun and shoots Billy in the head, killing him for good. As the sun rises and police arrive, Dewey, badly injured, is taken away by ambulance and Gale makes an impromptu news report about the night's events.
Scream was originally developed under the title Scary Movie by Kevin Williamson, an aspiring screenwriter.
Tingle , a thriller that he would eventually sell but that would languish in development hell for many years. He hoped to entice buyers with the potential for a franchise.
Excerpts from the soundtrack appear in the film. Paris warned him that the level of violence and gore in his script would make it "impossible" to sell.
However, once Craven was secured as director, he was able to bring much of the excised content back. Craven insisted the scene should remain, as he felt it developed the character and her relationship with her deceased mother.
Williamson later confirmed that he was glad that Craven proved him wrong about the scene. Dimension Films head Bob Weinstein realized while reviewing the script that there were thirty pages approximately thirty on-screen minutes without a murder, so he instructed Williamson to have another character killed.
Williamson had struggled to find a reason for several extraneous characters to leave a party scene so that the killer could attack, finally determining that the announcement of the discovery of Himbry's corpse would serve to remove the non-essential characters who are so upset that they leave the party before and enabling the start of the murders.
Opinions at the studio were split between those who believed a motive was needed for resolution and those who felt the action was scarier without one.
As there were two killers, Williamson decided to do both: Billy Loomis had the motive of maternal abandonment, while the second killer, Stu Macher, jokingly suggests "peer pressure" as his motive when prompted.
Dimension had previously released several horror films and intended to focus on that genre. Konrad brought the script to Bob Weinstein's assistant, Richard Potter.
Believing it had potential, he brought it to Weinstein's attention. Scream DVD. In Robertson Wojcik, Pamela; Knight, Arthur eds.
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Edit Storyline A year after her mother's death, Sidney Prescott Neve Campbell and her friends started experiencing some strange phone calls. Taglines: I'll Be Right Back.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia At around fifty-one minutes When the principal Henry Winkler turns and scares himself in the mirror after answering an empty door, he begins to fix his hair like he did when he was Fonzie from Happy Days Goofs at around 1h 18 mins The white car disappears when running Dewey and Gale off the road.
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