The latest horror film to hit theaters, “Hereditary,” has been labeled as a “masterpiece” by many critics and is on the path to becoming an awards show favorite. However, some of its star’s fans are not ready for what they say is a final cut of the movie that will leave them feeling cheated.
The blade runner the final cut is a new movie that has recently been released. Fans of the original 1982 film Blade Runner are not ready for it, as they want to see Harrison Ford reprise his role as Rick Deckard.
The anticipation for the new Scream film reached a new high this week when the franchise’s official Twitter account teased that something was on the way, which many have believed to be the first teaser for the fifth feature. To keep the ball going and torture fans even more, one of the new movie’s leads had great praise after having actually watched the film. Melissa Barrera, who is most known for her part in this summer’s In the Heights and is virtually unknown in Scream, went to Twitter with a simple message, writing: “#ScreamMovie’s final edit was seen. You’re not prepared.”
Naturally, this hazardous amount of anticipation has sparked even more public enthusiasm among fans, as shown by one user’s response “”I’m shaking because I’m so excited,” one said, while another said, “We’re readyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy My enthusiasm has reached a breaking point! I’m certain it will be amazing!!!” Even the official @ScreamMovies account chimed in with a response: “I’m easily frightened. I’m not sure whether I should travel alone or with someone.” The movie’s hype is at an all-time high right now, and with Halloween Kills just around the horizon, it’ll only be a matter of time until that trailer is released.
#ScreamMovie’s final edit was seen. You’re not prepared.
October 6, 2021 — Melissa Barrera (@MelissaBarreraM)
Barrera is part of a bigger cast of newcomers who will feature in the film, including Dylan Minnette, Jenna Ortega, Mason Gooding, Kyle Gallner, Jasmin Savoy Brown, Mikey Madison, and Jack Quaid. Naturally, new people aren’t the only possible victims of Ghostface who will appear in the film; many fans from earlier installments in the series will return as well. Neve Campbell will reprise her role as Sidney Prescott with Courteney Cox as Gale Weathers and David Arquette as Dewey Riley, repeating their roles from the first four Scream films. Even Marley Shelton will reprise her role as Deputy Judy Hicks from Scream 4.
Tyler Gillett and Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, members of the “Radio Silence” collaboration and former directors of Ready or Not, are at the helm of the upcoming film, which marks the first time someone other than Wes Craven has directed one of the franchise’s installments. Unlike previous sequels, the new film’s title will not include a number indication and will simply be referred to as “Scream.”
Back in July, the duo went to social media to announce that production on the sequel was completed, implying that the final cut has been ready for months at this point.
“I think one of the things we can argue is that horror movies were sort of a fringe genre in a lot of ways when [writer] Kevin [Williamson] and Wes developed the original Scream,” Gillett said at the film’s Virtual Production Press Day. “It wasn’t a very popular kind of storytelling. Horror films have been on the increase for the greater part of the past decade, and now in 2020. So there’s a little of that discussion in this tale, but one of the great things that I think is just organically packed into the DNA of what a Scream movie is is added to what Matt had stated. It’s about what’s going on at the moment. This film contains a big discussion that tackles the dialogues that we’re all having in our lives about entertainment and media in general, as well as the genre in particular.”
On January 14, 2022, the next Scream will be released in cinemas.