Film trailer: 'Scream 4' with Courtney Cox and David Arquette
Tuesday 01 February 2011
"What is your favorite scary movie?" opens the second trailer released last weekend for
Scream 4, the latest in the series of slasher films by master of horror Wes Craven.
The film will come out more than a decade after the last Scream movie was released in 2000.
On the 10th anniversary of the Woodsboro murders, Sidney Prescott returns to town to make peace with the past. But when the phone rings, she fears the Ghostface Killer has returned, too. As teens are being killed, she suspects a copycat.
The same masked killer is tormenting victims with phone calls and movie references in this update. There's also a similar sense of parody from previous installments, and even references to Wes Craven's Scream films from the 1990s.
Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox and David Arquette return to their roles along with a new cast that includes Hayden Panettiere (
Heroes), Emma Roberts (
Valentine's Day) and Rory Culkin (
Scream 4 starts coming to theaters on April 13, beginning in North America, Europe, the UK, Australia, Brazil, Russia, Sweden, Malaysia, and other countries.
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