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“Scream Sequel – Confirms the Return of 4 Actors”

According to Variety, the main cast of 2022’s Scream is primarily set to return for Scream 6, having survived the fifth installment of the Scream series.

Melissa Barrera, Jasmon Savoy Brown, Mason Gooding and Jenna Ortega will all return in the sixth installment of the acclaimed horror movie franchise. There isn’t much information about the film yet, but Variety reports that it will revolve around the four characters leaving Woodsboro and attempting to start a new chapter, which is unlikely to succeed.

Scream Sequel: release date

The sixth film is set to begin production in early summer 2022, with a March 31, 2023 release date. With the cast returning, Scream 6 will bring back the directors of the franchise, along with Radio Returning silence after the success of the fifth film.

Scream Sequel: plot

Barrera and Ortega starred in Scream as Sam and Tara Carpenter, respectively, sisters who are thrown into the midst of Ghostface’s latest mayhem after Tara is attacked to open the film. During the film, it is revealed that Sam de Barrera is actually the biological daughter of Billy Loomis (Skeet Ulrich), the original Ghostface killer in the first Scream. Gooding and Brown play siblings Chad and Mindy Meeks-Martin, who is also related to Scream’s Randy Meeks, who was played by Jamie Kennedy.

Scream Sequel: Cast

Returning actors Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, David Arquette and Marley Shelton starred in Scream 2022. Jack Quaid (The Boys), Melissa Barrera (Vida), Jenna Ortega (The Babysitter: Killer Queen), Mason Gooding (Booksmart), Dylan Minnette (13 Reasons Why), Kyle Gallner (Ghosts of War), Jasmin Savoy Brown (The Leftovers) and Mikey Madison (The Leftovers) were among the newcomers to the franchise (Better Things).

Scream Sequel: Other Details

The first film, released in 1996, was a surprise hit upon release, helping to revitalize the horror genre for the decade and becoming the highest-grossing slasher film of all time until the reboot of Last year’s Halloween dethrones it. The success of the first film spawned a franchise with three sequels, the first of which was just as successful as the first, while the other two had lackluster box office returns and mixed reviews.


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