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Scream 4: New Clips!

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Horror, Sequels, Upcoming Releases, Videos,

The closer we get to Scream 4’s April 15 release date, the harder it is to wait! Thankfully, we’ve got four new clips of chilling horror to watch. In the clip above, you’ll see Hayden Panettiere and Emma Roberts get frightened by a chilling phone call. Follow the jump to see clips with Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette…

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Scream 4: Who Dies First?

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We’ve got details on the opening scene of Scream 4 -- including which two TV actresses are going to get bloody within the first few minutes. Drew Barrymore famously starred in Scream’s first opening sequence, and the first death is a much-coveted position for the upcoming sequel.

Which pretty little starlets nabbed the gig? We just gave you a clue -- follow the jump to get the entire spoiler…

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Neve Campbell, Wes Craven Talk Scream 4

 


Scream 4, according to actress Neve Campbell, will be both “very scary” and “very funny.” Campbell went to to say that writer/director "Wes Craven is brilliant."

Craven himself is expressing excitement about the flick as we draw closer to its April 15 release date. It seems even the day is meant to poke a little scary fun at audiences -- because what’s more terrifying than the day everyone’s income tax returns are due? “The young cast brings a whole different world to [the Scream franchise] and a whole different take on horror,” Craven said.

“It’s a lot about looking back on the last ten years of horror and comparing it and contrasting it and having fun with it,” he said. And nobody has as much fun with horror as Wes Craven.

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Sneak Peek: Daniel Radcliffe in Non-Potter Movie

We’re just getting out first look at Harry Potter Daniel Radcliffe in a new feature film that isn’t about a teenage wizard -- and he looks pretty grown up.

Radcliffe is playing Arthur Kipps in The Woman in Black, produced by Hammer Films.

Kipps is a lawyer, sent to a remote area to manage the affairs of a recently deceased client. Once there, he’ll find the title movie character, a “mysterious woman dressed only in black.” He’ll end up trying to find out who she is in a “race against time.”

Hammer Films is known for period pieces and gothic films.

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Adrien Brody Sues to Stop One of His Own Movies


Academy Award-winning actor Adrien Brody is suing Hannibal Pictures, for whom Brody worked with two years ago to film Giallo. In the lawsuit filed last week, Brody sought to stop the release of the horror film. (The DVD hit stores yesterday.) His claim? The producers still owe him $640,000.

It’s too bad the film has been available in rental stores since September 7. “He should have gone to Blockbuster and picked it up,” quipped Martin Barab, a lawyer for the defense. The lawyer acknowledged that Brody has only received $960,000 of his $1.5 million fee.

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Scream 4 Trailer Debuts at Scream Awards

UPDATE: We've included a better version of the trailer above.

The first Scream 4 trailer debuted at Spike TV’s Scream Awards on Saturday night (the event will air later this week), and we’ve your first look. Watch to see a mix of Scream alum and several new faces in this hair-raising video.

Two returning cast members to the franchise (Neve Campbell and Courteney Cox) have offered up several details about what their characters lives are like when the Screaming starts again. Keep reading to find out how their characters will figure into the plot.

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First Look: Trailer for Wes Craven’s Newest Flick


The above trailer for My Soul to Take proves that horror master is still at the top of his game - and that’s good news for Scream fans.

Craven will also be directing the in the franchise, but for film buffs who just have to have a taste of terror right now, Soul looks devilishly thrilling.

The plot centers on a group of teens who live in a small town known for its bloody past. When they start to die, they are forced to look amongst themselves to find the killer.

The film is the first that Craven has written and directed since New Nightmare (1994).

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Justin Timberlake Indirectly Funds British Horror Film

Colin movie posterJustin Timberlake helped fund Colin, an ultra-low budget British horror movie, without even knowing it!

Marc Price, who claims that he made his debut film for just $70, said he never bought any make-up for the zombies and instead relied on what his makeup artist friends could donate from jobs where they hadn’t used everything up.

“The girl who was our head of makeup was cool because she was doing a lot of pop promos at the time—she didn’t need much liquid latex for Justin Timberlake so she was able to leave quite a lot with us.”

Marc also said his team had a few run-ins with the general public when they were filming some of the film’s gorier scenes: “The most crazy was when we had a scene with a guy having his face ripped off. I had the video camera in one hand and I was ripping off the face with the other hand, then all of a sudden this woman peered over, and said, ‘excuse me…’—she ignored the camera and ignored the fact I was ripping his face off, she thought it was real—and she said ‘excuse me are you ok? Do you want any help?’”

Colin is due in theaters on October 23 and is available on DVD on October 26.


Rob Zombie Set to Remake The Blob

The Blob's 1958 movie posterDespite hope that Rob Zombie gravitate towards original projects, the musician-turned-director has recently announced that his next venture is to re-make the 1958 horror film The Blob.

Already set to begin production this upcoming spring, the news came shortly before Zombie’s Halloween II was killed at the box office.

While Zombie is a fan of the original, which centers around an alien object that consumes humans on Earth, he’s not entirely keen on a carbon copy remake: “My intention is not to have a big red blobby thing—that’s the first thing I want to change. That gigantic Jello-looking thing might have been scary to audiences in the 1950s, but people would laugh now.”

With the $30 million budget model similar to District 9 and Cloverfield, the Dimension film is expected to obtain an R-rating.

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Sequel News: Alien, The Strangers, Wanted and More


The Strangers: There will never be a shortage of beautiful couples for masked strangers to target. A year after Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman were terrorized comes word of a sequel for The Strangers. Production on the film, which will be directed by Laurent Briet, will begin this fall. No details on the storyline have been disclosed.

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