“Picture is locked and we just finished scoring on the Newman Stage! Thank you so much to all of the amazing artists who have worked so tirelessly on this movie,” wrote Bettinelli-Olpin, who was cheered in the comments section by the actors and crew – that, by the way, was an assembly of die-hard fans of the original.
The photos show the full orchestra conducted by Brian Tyler and reveal one of the score songs titled simply… “Ghostface“.
“I promise it’ll be worth the wait,” said Gillett.
Now it’s time for some finishing touches: online editing, color, sound, music and possibly VFX.
Pretty soon the marketing campaign will begin and we’ll be given the first taste of how Radio Silence‘s SCREAM looks and feels – and we couldn’t be more excited.
It’s the first movie of the saga, sadly, without Wes Craven, but that doesn’t mean he’s not present in many aspects.
“We’ll be honoring Wes,” Melissa Barrera told last week during an interview with Variety.
SCREAM is set to open in theaters next year, on January 14th. Isn’t it chilling to think that it is now a playable file in Paramount‘s office?
Wouldn’t you die for a sneak peak?
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