What Scream movie did you like more?
In an interview, Craven confirmed that he was contracted to work on a fifth and sixth installment of the Scream franchise, to be made if the fourth film achieves a successful release and reception. Following difficulties with script rewrites on Scream 2, Scream 3 and Scream 4,
often with pages only being ready on the day of filming, and the
related stress of the situation, Craven stated that he would need to see
a finalized version of a script for Scream 5 before committing to the production. In a separate interview, writer Williamson also confirmed his contractual obligation for Scream 4 and Scream 5, having submitted concepts for three films leading up to Scream 6, though his contract for the sixth film had not yet been finalized. Williamson indicated that if a Scream 5 were to be made, it would be a continuation of the story of the characters who lived through Scream 4 but that Scream 4 would not include any cliffhangers that led into the potential sequel.
Actor David Arquette also added his support to the potential future of
the franchise, stating "It [the ending] definitely leaves it open,"
before adding that he would welcome the opportunity to play the
character of Dewey in future installments In May 2011, executive producer Harvey Weinstein, confirmed that a sequel was possible, saying that despite Scream 4 performing below The Weinstein Company's financial expectations, he was still happy with the gross it had accrued. In February 2012, when asked about a potential Scream 5, Williamson stated that he would not be involved, saying "I’m not doing it." On June 4, 2012, it was reported that MTV were in the early stages of developing a weekly television series based on the franchise.Later the same day, David Arquette confirmed that he would not be a part of the television series.
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