Following an unsatisfactory offer to star in the sixth instalment of the slasher movie, Neve Campbell has announced that she would not be appearing in the forthcoming Scream sequel.
I’m sorry, but I won’t be directing the next Scream movie. I have had to put in a lot of effort as a woman in my career to prove my worth, particularly when it comes to Scream. The Hollywood Reporter was able to receive a statement from Campbell in which she stated, “I thought the offer that was given to me did not match to the value I have provided to the franchise.
Campbell played protagonist Sidney Prescott in the original 1996 slasher directed by Kevin Williamson and written by Wes Craven. He fought a killer known as Ghostface alongside Courteney Cox, David Arquette, and other actors.
After a successful fifth chapter aired earlier this year, Paramount and Spyglass have planned a sixth chapter of the horror franchise.
Moving on has been a really difficult decision. I’m grateful to all of my Scream fans. You have always shown me such amazing support. In her statement about leaving Woodsboro, Campbell added, “I’m forever grateful to you and to everything this brand has given me over the past 25 years.
The new sequel’s screenplay was co-written by Guy Busick and James Vanderbilt, while Tyler Gillett and Matt Bettinelli-Olpin will once again serve as the film’s directors.
This summer’s shooting is scheduled to start for a March 31 2023 theatrical release.
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