David Arquette is on an intense round of promotions for several wonderful projects he has worked on last year. A very productive and prolific year:
During those interviews, there is always a point when he talks SCREAM 5.
“Well, the moustache’s a big part of it,” he told Yahoo Movies. “I’ve been playing the character for nearly 25 years now, so there’s a part of it that’s just inside me. There’s a few things I always try to lean back on; in my head he’s a big Clint Eastwood fan because he’s a quintessential tough guy. I always do these moments where he tries to be Clint Eastwood and then something goes wrong and he gets flustered,” he smiles. “At the root of it, he’s got a really big heart and he’s very human. He’s a sweetheart.”
Remembering Wes Craven
“It was tough to broach this role,” says David, fighting back tears, when he remembered our favorite director. “We all have a deep love for Wes so it was really important we all learned where Matt and Tyler were coming from. Wes inspired them to be filmmakers. They really did honor his work and I think they did a great job. We fell right back into it, and it felt elevated.”
Ghost Face evolution
“There’s some great things about Ghost Face and his costume,” he teases, “there’s more technological advances you can use now, and the fabric we have in this one is probably a little more advanced than the fabric they had when we first did it…” he smiles. “I’m really excited for it – and for the fans.”
That takes us back to the sparkly and beautiful fabric used on Meggy Blaine‘s SCREAM 5 mask.
But, has the costume undergone any other updates? Something “Dead by Daylight“-ish, maybe?
Guess we’ll have to wait and see! Discuss this on the social network of your preference:
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