Scream 6 Cast Confirms 4 Returning Actors

Scream 6 Cast Confirms 4 Returning Actors

After surviving through the fifth installment in the Scream Series, the main cast of 2022 Scream everything is usually ready for the return scream 6according to a report by Variety.

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Melissa Barrera, Jasmon Savoy Brown, Mason Gooding and Jenna Ortega are all set to reprise their roles in the upcoming sixth installment of the legendary horror film franchise. Not too much is known about the film as of yet, but Variety noted that the film will focus on the four leaving the town of Woodsboro behind and trying to start a new chapter, although that probably won’t be successful.

Barrera and Ortega starred Scream as Sam and Tara Carpenter, sisters thrown into the midst of the latest Ghostface mayhem after Tara is attacked to open the film. During the film, it is revealed that Barrera’s Sam 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, to whom they are also related Scream‘s Randy Meeks, played by Jamie Kennedy.

Production on the sixth film is slated to begin in early summer 2022, with the film targeting a release date of March 31, 2023. In addition to the recurring cast scream 6 also see the directors of Scream Returning, with Radio Silence’s Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett rejoining the franchise following the success of the fifth film.

2022 Scream starred returning vets Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, David Arquette and Marley Shelton. They were joined by franchise newcomers Jack Quaid (The young), Melissa Barrera (Vida), Jenna Ortega (The Babysitter: Killer Queen), Mason Gooding (book smart), Dylan Minnette (13 reasons why), Kyle Gallner (spirits of war), Jasmine Savoy Brown (The remains) and Mikey Madison (better things).

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The first film, released in 1996, was a surprise hit on its debut, which helped revitalize the horror genre for the decade and became the highest-grossing slasher film of all time before being dethroned by last year’s Halloween reboot. The success of the first spawned a franchise spanning three sequels, the first of which remained as successful as the first, while the previous two saw only mediocre box office returns and mixed reviews.