Well, this video came online via Meggy Blaine (A long time fan of Scream and GhostFace) on December 18th 2016… via a tweet she posted… it shows a brilliant collection that’s been built up over many years.. some absolutely gorgeous masks there among other things.. Meggy has some jewels’ in her possession here… including early tagged masks and even a Silver Chrome 25 Year Prototype Mask sent to her by RJ Torbert!
Watch below.. and Enjoy!
Im going back in time a little here with referring to a news article back in January of this year.. but it seems a Scream 5 was more of a non starter for quite a while now, yet some fans seem to still hope for it.
Back in 2010 after Scream 4 was moving along nicely there was plenty of talk (also in 2008 too) about Kevin writing a new trilogy.. Sadly with Scream 4 not doing as hoped for by many of us at the box office we never got a Scream 5, and ended up with only a dodgy crappy TV series instead.. Which is typical really.. anyway.. Back in January (2016) Kevin spoke up again about his thoughts on it, and also briefly mentions Wes Craven too.. Kevin talked to the LATimes and spoke about many things, he also attended a Q&A at a screening celebrating the 20th anniversary of SCREAM… along with Matthew Lillard.
So, to all fans out there that continue to ask about ‘Scream 5’… we now know the answer… it seems likely that this one wont ever happen, yes it was the same with Scream 4… but with the original plans of a new trilogy squashed sometime ago now, and the recent loss of Mr Craven.. we have to say .. Why? .. because Wes and Kevin were two very important elements in the genius mesh that made these films go so well in their structure and production.. Kevin wasn’t as involved as we would have hoped with Scream 4, and i think it shows in the final movie too, just as we did with Scream 3 back in 1999/2000. Where as SCREAM 1 & 2 were more High quality because they were both fully involved in the creative process.
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“I know I don’t lean into it or seek it out the way I used to,” he says.
Craven died August 2015 of brain cancer.
“That hit hard,” says Williamson. “You think of your own mortality and your own life. He was such a generous, sweet man, and it all began with him. He was so graceful and generous with me, the way he let me in, in a way in which other directors have never let me in.”
With a “Scream” TV series going into its second season this April on MTV, could the film series go on without Craven?
In 2010, as “Scream 4” was in development with Williamson writing once again, ideas were swirling for fifth and sixth films in the series. The potential of those concepts, however, never came to fruition. Now Williamson gently brushes away the idea of making another film.
“With Wes gone,” he muses, “do we need a ‘Scream 5’?
“The film is so beautiful where it is in my life. I don’t feel the need to go there again.”
Hello again, in recent time we have seen Kevin Williamson’s new TV series ‘The Following’ start to appear more on internet and such, whilst many keep calling this the ‘other’ version of ‘SCREAM 5’ it appears that it is wrong to say that! In a recent report from EW it seems that ‘Following’ is in fact a recycled version of SCREAM 3 that Williamson had about. Williamson had wanted to do ‘Following’ since SCREAM times..
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“In my original story for Scream 3 [Ehren Kruger was brought in to write the threequel after Williamson exited], the killers were basically a fanclub of Woodsboro kids that had formed because of Stab 1 and Stab 2,” he tells me. “They were all doing the killings and the big surprise of the movie was when Sidney walked into the house after Ghostface had killed everyone … and they all rose up. None of them were actually dead and they’d planned the whole thing.”
Well, finally something on Scream 5, only small and extremely brief because i saw HelloSidney.com just before writing this… so credit to Rodrigo’ over there really for adding the news first, Credit where its due.
So, whats the latest, well, at first we were all knowing that Kevin was on board for a fourth and fifth film originally, now it seems he isn’t on for a fifth.. i just hope he has given something for an idea to TWC so he has some sort of small influence on a future Scream movie.. The info came from an interview with AssignmentX.com that the following was revealed… FULL ARTICLE HERE
(I have no idea where ‘Generations’ came from).
AX: Can you say anything about SCREAM 5: GENERATIONS?
WILLIAMSON: I don’t know. I’m not doing it.
So, yet again, like with Scream 3, the fans dont get what they want in FULL at least.. As a webmaster and a fan of the films i dont know the full circumstances of why we are not getting Kevin back, we may never know the full truth, then again we may in a few years if some random site interviews him, but remember that the man is extremely busy these days, The Vampire Diaries, Secret Circle, and now he’s got Kevin Bacon as a main character in the new Serial killer drama to arrive in the near future.. something he has been wanting to do since SCREAM back in 1996.
All i can say is that without Williamson’s pen the Scream movies do lack some magic, Look at Scream 1 and 2, both MEGA, good earners, Scream 3 did good, and Scream 4 was very entertaining, i just wish we could have a FULL script off him like with the first two films. When it comes to writers this chap is sorely missed! He helped create what Scream movies became just like the GhostFace® mask and Wes and all cast and crew, with a little bit of magic gone in Williamson it IS noticed by us loyal fans.
Well its only a small Tweet from the man who wrote the films we love! But at least its something he relates to that is Scream and GhostFace®! Kevin decided to put on a mask and scare jaalapickering with what looks like a “Fantastic Faces” line mask!! Good on him! After Dinner you could start writing Scream 5 !