Scream, the well-known and successful horror saga with the mythical Ghostface as villain and serial killer, will have a sixth installment in theaters after the great success at the box office of the recent fifth part, known simply as Scream. This has been announced by those responsible, celebrating the good reception of the latest film as a remake and sequel at the same time and confirming a new film by the filmmakers Radio Silence.
Ghostface always returns
And if we take into account the figures achieved at the box office of the recent Scream, it is not surprising that its creators have confirmed a new film in the franchise in such a short time. And it is that the fifth installment of Scream started with a budget of 24 million dollars, reaping a worldwide box office in theaters of 108 million dollars, spread over 64 million dollars in the United States and 44 million dollars in the rest of the world. With such figures, Paramount and Spyglass have not hesitated to further stretch Ghostface’s long shadow.
“We are tremendously grateful to the fans around the world who have received our film with such enthusiasm. We can’t wait for audiences to see what Radio Silence, writers Jamie & Guy and Project X have in store for the Woodsboro family.” , have shared the producers of the film, counting again with the screenwriters James Vanderbilt and Guy Busick and betting on the directorial duo Matt Bettinelli-Olpin > and Tyler Gillett, better known as Radio Silence.
The production of Scream 6 (provisional title) is expected to start this summer, although at the moment there is no window for theatrical release.
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