It’s about to get scary on the small screen too
Wes Craven’s horror classic Scream and its baddie Ghostface (pictured) is heading to the small screen as a new TV series. The 1996 slasher film, starring Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette, was a big hit and has since spawned three sequels. But the thriller will soon be scaring up a whole new audience as bosses at MTV are in the process of developing a TV version of the popular franchise, according to The Hollywood Reporter. A writer has yet to be appointed to the project and it’s not yet known if scary movie favourite Craven and original screenwriter Kevin Williamson will be involved. Scream 4, the latest in the series, debuted on the big screen last year with a new cast including Emma Roberts and Hayden Panettiere.
Coming soon to MTV.