Neve Campbell is not going to return to Scream 6 according to Deadline. The decision to not return is one that is directly about the amount of pay that was offered to Campbell and the amount of money that she has decided that she is worth.
“It’s been a very difficult decision to move on.” Campbell said. “To all my Scream fans, I love you. You’ve always been so incredibly supportive to me. I’m forever grateful to you and to what this franchise has given me over the past 25 years,”
Cambell says that over the years as a woman it has been difficult to truly discover her worth. Ultimately, she doesn’t find the amount of money offered to her to be sufficient for her to return as Sidney Prescott.
In response to the news, it appears that production on Scream 6 has been delayed until June 9. Now that delay may have nothing to do with Campbell’s decision but the two news items are far too close together to not be related.
Longtime Scream castmate, David Arquette has gone on record to respond to Campbell’s decision to not return for Scream 6.
“I’d love for her to be a part of it. A Scream movie without Sidney is kind of unfortunate, but I understand her decision. It’s all a business in a way, they have to balance all these elements to fit a budget and produce a film.” Arquette said.
Arquette is hopeful about future Scream films though. He says that we know Sidney is alive out there, and could potentially return to future Scream entries if she was inclined.
It is a big bummer to know that Campbell won’t be returning. However, anything is possible. In the past, she has said that she wouldn’t return. After Wes Craven died, she was adamant about saying she wouldn’t return. It feels as if the dollar amount changes, so will her mind.
What do you think about Scream without Campbell? Do you think it will be fine without her?
New ‘Hellraiser’ Trailer Unveils Pinhead and Other Cenobites
The first trailer for Hulu’s Hellraiser is finally here! It gives us our first look at our new Pinhead as well as a couple of other Cenobites that are going to be the source of new and hellish nightmares. Jamie Clayton is playing Pinhead this time around and she looks to be doing it very well. That voice alone sent shivers up my spine. Good stuff!
In David Bruckner’s reimagining of Clive Barker’s Hellraiser, we are getting a new approach to the classics. Even the box is very different and very organic in this iteration. There also seems to be an awesome organic approach to the wardrobe of the Cenobites. It is carved directly into the flesh, which I’m really loving.
The synopsis for Hellraiser goes like this:
In “Hellraiser,” a young woman struggling with addiction comes into possession of an ancient puzzle box, unaware that its purpose is to summon the Cenobites, a group of sadistic supernatural beings from another dimension.
Hellraiser stars Odessa A’zion (“Fam,” “Grand Army”), Jamie Clayton (“The L Word: Generation Q,” “Sense8”), Adam Faison (“Everything’s Gonna Be Okay,” “Yes Day”), Drew Starkey (“Outer Banks,” “The Devil All the Time”), Brandon Flynn (“Ratched,” “13 Reasons Why”), Aoife Hinds (“The Long Call,” “Normal People”), Jason Liles (“Stereoscope,” “Rampage”), Yinka Olorunnife (“The Transporter”), Selina Lo (“Boss Level,” “Q8 Unleashed”), Zachary Hing (“Halo”), Kit Clarke (“Leonardo”), with Goran Visnjic (“The Boys,” “Timeless”) and Hiam Abbass (“Succession,” “Blade Runner 2049”).
Hellraiser arrives on Hulu beginning October 7.
Evan Peters is Absolutely Chilling in Second ‘Dahmer’ Trailer
The first trailer for Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story exceeded expectation. The insane detail that is being put into the 10-episode series is absolutely chilling. Plus, Evan Peters is going to a whole new level taking on the role of Dahmer. We are very pleased to announce that the second trailer for the upcoming Netflix series is just as depraved as the first one.
Ryan Murphy of American Horror Story creation fame is shaping Dahmer up nicely. Plus, its great to see all these amazing actors all really going for it. For example, Richard Jenkins playing Dahmer’s dad is going to be fascinating to explore.
Watch the trailer below:
For years, he took the lives of innocent victims, undetected by police. But their stories won’t be erased. DAHMER – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story arrives on Netflix at midnight. pic.twitter.com/GVr1J2bOiV— Ryan Murphy Productions (@ryanmurphyprod) September 20, 2022
The synopsis for Dahmer goes like this:
“Dahmer chronicles the story of one of America’s most notorious serial killers (Peters), largely told from the point of view of Dahmer’s victims, and dives deeply into the police incompetence and apathy that allowed the Wisconsin native to go on a multiyear killing spree.“
Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story arrives on Netflix beginning September 21 (Tomorrow).
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‘The Midnight Club’ Trailer is a Perfect Introduction to Netflix’s Upcoming Series
Mike Flanagan constantly destroys me with his work. He is a master of combining monumental substance within the horror genre. His work on both Midnight Mass and The Haunting of Hill House has been insanely great stuff. His next up is an adaptation of Christopher Pike’s, The Midnight Club.
The trailer hits like a ton of bricks featuring a fantastic slowed-down version of The Toadies Possum Kingdom. A fantastic trailer with a great buzz about the trailer.
The synopsis for The Midnight Club goes like this:
“At a hospice with a mysterious history, the eight members of the Midnight Club meet each night at midnight to tell sinister stories – and to look for signs of the supernatural from the beyond. A new horror series from Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy’s Intrepid Pictures (The Haunting of Hill House, Midnight Mass), and Leah Fong, based on the creative work of bestselling author Christopher Pike.“
Midnight Club stars Iman Benson, Igby Rigney, Ruth Codd, Annarah Cymone, Chris Sumpter, Adia, Aya Furukawa, Sauriyan Sapkota, Matt Biedel, Samantha Sloyan, with Zach Gilford and Heather Langenkamp.
The Midnight Club arrives on Netflix beginning October 7.