Monday morning Harvey Weinstein stated that he’s attempting to get his brother to back a Scream 5, which would end the franchise once and for all.
But where does that leave the MTV television series, currently being adapted by Jay Beattie and Dan Dworkin?
Weinstein told the Zurich Film Festival audience that there’s no overlap between the series and film franchise, adding that the series “is supposed to represent a new beginning and also pursue a supernatural direction.”
The fact that MTV’s target audience is that of “Teen Wolf” doesn’t excite me, at all. The idea that there’s a supernatural spin to Ghostface could be interesting, but there’s no way in hell MTV takes this in the direction us hardcore horror fans would want: that of Freddy, Jason or Michael.
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