MTV has recently announced that the new Scream television series wouldn’t use the iconic Ghostface (Killa) mask we all associate with Wes Craven’s franchise.
This is partially true.
While the series won’t use FunWorld RJ Torbert’s design that was utilized in the four Scream movies, something new and fresh has been created for the forthcoming cable adaptation. Continue reading
Some major news hit Up and Comers, who reports that casting is complete on MTV’s Scream series, based on the franchise created by Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson.
John Karna, Carlson Young and model Amadeus Serafini are among the top choices to lead MTV’s series pilot, says the site who also adds that “at least one of these characters — who may be played by Karna, Young and Sarafini — will not survive to see the end of the first season.” Continue reading
Scream the movie, is soon to become Scream the TV series, and Bloody-Disgusting.com has uncovered the plot details and some casting notes for the upcoming MTV show.
“I’m told that (Wes)Craven will actually be directing the pilot(!) this summer from a screenplay by Jill Blotevogel.
Our source explains that the “rules” of slasher movies is at the center of this new series, as it has been for the franchise. The pilot explores a YouTube video that has gone viral and causes problems for the protagonist, Audrey, who is caught in the middle of murder and the town’s troubled past.
Casting should be underway soon.” Continue reading