Scream 5 You have to wait that long until the cinema release

“Scream 5”: You have to wait that long until the cinema release

The late sequel to the legendary Slasher series will soon be in motion, the cast is slowly coming together – but “Scream 5” will not be released until January 2022.

The “Scream” trilogy hit theaters within four years after the masterful first film revitalized the slasher genre. However, more than ten years passed between “Scream 3” (2000) and “Scream 4” (2011) – and between “Scream 4” and “Scream 5” there will be about a decade of waiting time.

In the USA, “Scream 5” will be released in cinemas on January 14, 2022 (the German launch, which has not yet been officially announced, should be on January 13, 2022)

In the USA, “Scream 5” will be released in cinemas on January 14, 2022 (the German launch, which has not yet been officially announced, should be on January 13, 2022)

On January 14, 2022… We’re going to hear you SCREAM. 😱 pic.twitter.com/X83ENIj3Hm— Scream (@ScreamMovies) August 29, 2020

On January 14, 2022… We’re going to hear you SCREAM. 😱 pic.twitter.com/X83ENIj3Hm

“Scream 5” is staged by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, who have certainly caught the attention of Hollywood horror producers since the bloody, wacky hunting horror “Ready or Not”.

Returnees

David Arquette will return in the new, not yet officially titled “Scream” as Dewey Riley, as a sympathetic-spoiled cop, and Courteney Cox will again play the biting reporter Gale Weathers. Arquette and Cox have been confirmed as returnees, Neve Campbell has not yet – with her apparently still being negotiated.

One can only hope that the negotiations will turn out well because the scriptwriters James Vanderbilt (“Amazing Spider-Man”) and Guy Busick (“Ready or Not”) otherwise have to suck some apparently constructed explanation from their fingers as to why Dewey and Gale is back, but Sidney is not.

Fresh blood

Two newcomers have been announced for “Scream 5” so far: Melissa Barrera, who will dance alongside “Hamilton” star Lin-Manuel Miranda through the Broadway adaptation “In The Heights” in 2021, and Jenna Ortega.

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