Scream 4

Movie Title: Scream 4

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Country / Region: USA

Genre: Horror / Mystery / Thriller

Runtime: USA: 86 min

Language: English

Filming Locations:
Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Hutzel Women's Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Livonia, Michigan, USA
Northville, Michigan, USA
Plymouth, Michigan, USA
W Dunlap St & Linden St, Northville, Michigan, USA
Woodworth Middle School, Dearborn, Michigan, USA

Production cost: $ 40,000,000 (estimated)

Release Date:
Egypt     13 April 2011    
France     13 April 2011    
Australia     14 April 2011    
Hungary     14 April 2011    
Kazakhstan     14 April 2011    
Netherlands     14 April 2011    
Russia     14 April 2011    
Brazil     15 April 2011    
Canada     15 April 2011    
Chile     15 April 2011    
Colombia     15 April 2011    
Finland     15 April 2011    
Italy     15 April 2011    
Lithuania     15 April 2011    
Malaysia     15 April 2011    
Spain     15 April 2011    
Sweden     15 April 2011    
UK     15 April 2011    
USA     15 April 2011    
Argentina     21 April 2011    
Portugal     21 April 2011    
Germany     5 May 2011    

Ten years have passed, and Sidney Prescott, who has put herself back together thanks in part to her writing, is visited by the Ghostface Killer.

Plot Keywords: Numbered Sequel, Sequel, Thrown Off A Balcony, High School, Fourth Part, Sequel To Cult Favorite, Director Cameo, Teen, Chase, Group Of Friends, Number In Title

Taglines: New decade. New rules.

Although The "Scream" series was intended to be a trilogy, a fourth movie has been rumored on and off several times since the release of the third installment. The movie was officially announced in July of 2008 by The Weinsteins/Dimension in a press release, and is due for release in 2011; eleven years after Scream 3 (2000).

In July of 2009, after years of rumors and negotiations, David Arquette and Courteney Cox signed up to reprise their roles. Neve Campbell was confirmed in September 2009.

On March 22, 2010, Variety announced that Wes Craven was officially signed on as director.

Originally planned for a October 2010 release date, but after writing delays the scheduled release date is April 15th, 2011.

After missing a Thanksgiving and January 4th deadline, Kevin Williamson delivered the first draft of the script in mid-February 2010.

Scout Taylor-Compton and Shane Dawson auditioned for roles in the movie.

Ashley Greene was considered for the lead role, but ultimately, Emma Roberts was cast.

The film suffered two casting changes in quick succession as shooting had begun. Lake Bell had originally been cast as Judy Hicks but was forced to drop out (which she announced via her Twitter account on June 24th 2010) due to "scheduling conflicts." She was replaced by Marley Shelton. Six days later, Lauren Graham, who was originally cast as Kate Kessler, dropped out also citing "scheduling conflicts" as well as "script changes." She was replaced by Mary McDonnell.

At a table read on June 25, 2010, the actors were told to stop reading at page 75 to prevent those already cast in the film from knowing the climax.

With four installments, this landmarks the Scream franchise as being one of the only horror franchises to have its main characters return for all its sequels.

Just as she does in her real life marriage to David Arquette, who plays Sheriff Dewey Riley, Courteney Cox's character, Gale Weathers, now has a hyphenated name. She is now billed as "Gale Weathers-Riley" since, at the conclusion of Scream 3 (2000), Dewey proposed to Gale and they are now married in this film.

Due for release almost 15 years after the original Scream (1996/I).

In May of 2010, Cathy Konrad, the producer of all three previous movies in the Scream series, filed a lawsuit against the Weinstein Company stating her production company had a first-rights deal with the Weinstein Company to produce all films in the Scream series. The lawsuit was eventually dropped.

Wes Craven stated he was not going to return as director unless the script was as good as the first Scream (1996/I).

Wes Craven has a cameo in the movie. In June of 2010 he asked his fans following his Twitter account what his cameo should be.

The first teaser trailer debuted at the 2010 Spike TV Scream Awards.

Charlyne Yi said on "Conan" (2010) that she auditioned for the role of the Ghostface Killer.
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Erik Knudsen, who appears as Robbie in this film, played Dale Turner on "Jericho" (2006) alongside original Scream (1996/I) star Skeet Ulrich.

Kevin Pennington was rumored for the role of Trevor Sheldon.

Patrick Dempsey was rumored to reprise his role from Scream 3 (2000). The writer, Kevin Williamson, claimed the rumor to be false. Also, Dempsey would be filming Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) at the same time for shooting Scream 4, where as it would be unlikely to have the availability to reprise his role.

Wes Craven
Directed by
Wes Craven   


Writing credits
Kevin Williamson         (written by)
Kevin Williamson         (characters)


David Arquette
Neve Campbell
Courteney Cox

Emma Roberts
Hayden Panettiere
Alison Brie

Adam Brody
Rory Culkin
Marielle Jaffe

Erik Knudsen
Mary McDonnell
Marley Shelton

Nico Tortorella
Nancy O'Dell
Dredan McFall

Justin Michael Brandt
Kristen Bell
Shenae Grimes

Anna Paquin
Aimee Teegarden
Lucy Hale

Brittany Robertson
Gordon Michaels
Robert Herrick

Peter Carey
Andrew Freij

    David Arquette    ...     Sheriff Dewey Riley
    Neve Campbell    ...     Sidney Prescott
    Courteney Cox    ...     Gale Weathers-Riley
    Emma Roberts    ...     Jill Roberts
    Hayden Panettiere    ...     Kirby Reed
    Anthony Anderson    ...     Deputy Perkins
    Alison Brie    ...     Rebecca
    Adam Brody    ...     Detective Hoss
    Rory Culkin    ...     Charlie Walker
    Marielle Jaffe    ...     Olivia Morris
    Erik Knudsen    ...     Robbie
    Mary McDonnell    ...     Kate Roberts
    Marley Shelton    ...     Judy Hicks
    Roger Jackson    ...     The Voice (voice)
    Nico Tortorella    ...     Trevor Sheldon
    Nancy O'Dell    ...     TV Host
    Dredan McFall    ...     Cocky Student
    Justin Michael Brandt    ...     Film Geek
    Kristen Bell    ...     Chloe
    Shenae Grimes    ...     Marnie
    Anna Paquin    ...     Rachel
    Aimee Teegarden    ...     Trudie
    Lucy Hale    ...     Patty
    Brittany Robertson    ...     Sherrie
other cast:
    Gordon Michaels    ...     Deputy Jenkins
    Robert Herrick    ...     High School Student
    Peter Carey    ...     TV Reporter
    Andrew Freij    ...     Nerdy A.V student
    Julia Ho    ...     Reporter #1
    Jairus Devon Hill    ...     High School Student
    Jamie Kolacki    ...     Cop
    Saad Chaudhry    ...     Reporter
    Joey Ghinelli    ...     Photographer (uncredited)
    Nicholas Ritz    ...     Extra - Park Goer (uncredited)

Produced by
Wes Craven    ....     producer
Carly Feingold    ....     co-producer
Iya Labunka    ....     producer
Marianne Maddalena    ....     executive producer
Ron Schmidt    ....     executive producer
Bob Weinstein    ....     executive producer
Harvey Weinstein    ....     executive producer

Original Music by
Marco Beltrami        

Cinematography by
Peter Deming         (director of photography)

Film Editing by
Peter McNulty        

Casting by
Avy Kaufman        
Nancy Nayor        

Production Design by
Adam Stockhausen        

Art Direction by
Gerald Sullivan        

Set Decoration by
Helen Britten        

Costume Design by
Debra McGuire        

Makeup Department
Ellen Arden    ....     assistant makeup artist
Shannon Bakeman    ....     additional hairstylist
Elizabeth Cortez    ....     additional hair stylist
Maggie Fung    ....     key makeup artist
Kimberly Greene    ....     makeup artist: Neve Campbell
Norma Lee    ....     key hair stylist
Dawn Mattocks    ....     additional hair stylist
Brigette A. Myre    ....     makeup: Anna Paquin
Peter Robb-King    ....     makeup department head
Gary J. Tunnicliffe    ....     special makeup effects designer
Joy Zapata    ....     department head hair

Production Management
Richard E. Chapla Jr.    ....     production supervisor
Jeff Maynard    ....     executive in charge of post-production
Amber Taylor    ....     executive in charge of production

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Anastacia C. Nemec    ....     second second assistant director

Art Department
Daniele Auber    ....     storyboard artist
Kurt Braun    ....     set dresser
Sean Clouser    ....     construction coordinator
Skip Crank    ....     assistant property master
Michael Davis    ....     construction coordinator
Benjamin Dell    ....     art department intern
Anna Fennessy    ....     prop assistant
Anna Fennessy    ....     props
Kathy Fennessy    ....     assistant property master
Jody Gaber    ....     art department coordinator
Robert Gau    ....     stand-by painter
Christopher Hosey    ....     graphic designer
Sharon Jonah    ....     painter
Billy 'Jilly Bones' Jones    ....     scenic foreman
John Paul 'J.P.' Jones    ....     property master
Braun Keith    ....     set dresser
Keith Allan Miller    ....     gang boss
Christina Myal    ....     assistant graphics to props
Ted Nolan    ....     construction foreman
Matthew J. Norskog    ....     on-set dresser
Ronit Pinto    ....     set dresser
Mark Sejnowski    ....     set dresser
Tom Sparkman    ....     signwriter
Tina Tottis    ....     set buyer
Thomas Traugott    ....     leadman
Michael A. Watt    ....     set buyer

Sound Department
Jeffree Bloomer    ....     sound mixer
Anthony Cargioli    ....     boom operator
Gail Carroll-Coe    ....     second boom operator / sound utility
Victoria Rose Sampson    ....     supervising adr editor

Special Effects by
Ron Bolanowski    ....     special effects supervisor

Visual Effects by
Jamison Scott Goei    ....     visual effects supervisor
Patrick Esposito    ....     visual effects consultant (uncredited)

Greg Anthony    ....     stunt double
Brian Avery    ....     stunt double: David Arquette
Troy Brown    ....     stunt coordinator
Allison Caetano    ....     stunt double: Emma Roberts/Brittany Robertson
Stacey Carino    ....     stunt double: Marielle Jaffe
Riley Harper    ....     stunt double
Dailyn Matthews    ....     stunt performer
Renae Moneymaker    ....     stunt double
Ann Scott    ....     stunt double: Courteney Cox
Karin Silvestri    ....     stunt double: Neve Campbell
Banzai Vitale    ....     stunts

Camera and Electrical Department
Steve Alessi    ....     grip
Brad Baker    ....     second assistant camera
Jean-Philippe Belliard    ....     electrician: re-shoots
Tony Bendt    ....     dolly grip: "a" camera
Mike Berlucchi    ....     electrician
George Billinger III    ....     "b" camera operator/steadicam
Zachary Blosser    ....     camera production assistant
Wallace Michael Chrouch    ....     still photographer
Michael J. Conner    ....     additional electrician
Jimmy Culligan    ....     best boy rigging grip
Brandon Cundiff    ....     grip
Stephen Early    ....     film loader
Geoff Ernst    ....     rigging best boy electric
David Eubank    ....     first assistant camera: "a" camera
Kevin Fannon    ....     grip
Claire Farrand-Stone    ....     second assistant camera: "a" camera
Jay Fortune    ....     gaffer
Dallas Griffin    ....     rigging grip
Todd Grunberger    ....     rigging best boy grip
Erik F. Hill    ....     additional grip
Bill Hong    ....     camera car operator
Brad Irvin    ....     electrician
Brad Knopf    ....     electrician
Gemma La Mana    ....     still photographer
Andrew Lostumo    ....     grip
Matthew Lowing    ....     additional grip
Brian McClean    ....     best boy electric
Chris Miller    ....     additional electrician
Dan Ming    ....     first assistant camera: "b" camera
Eric Pickett    ....     video assist operator
Spencer M. Rohan    ....     grip
Patrick Rousseau    ....     camera operator: "a" camera
Sarah Scrivener    ....     camera production assistant
James Shuryan    ....     rigging electrician
Anthony 'Spike' Simms    ....     rigging gaffer
Philip Sloan    ....     key grip
Jeff Urbanowicz    ....     additional electrician

Casting Department
Charles L. Gariepy    ....     casting assistant
Andy Henry    ....     casting associate
Sabrina Hyman    ....     casting associate
Lindsey Samilian    ....     casting assistant
Leeba Zakharov    ....     casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kristi Hoffman    ....     set costumer
Jennifer Kamrath    ....     key set costumer
Vicente Parada    ....     key set costumer

Editorial Department
Michael Hatzer    ....     digital intermediate colorist: Technicolor
Carl S.G. Moore    ....     digital intermediate producer

Music Department
John Kurlander    ....     music score engineer
Liza Richardson    ....     music supervisor
Buck Sanders    ....     composer: additional music

Transportation Department
Robert Barnes Jr.    ....     unit driver
Jon Bergholz    ....     transportation coordinator
Jeremy N. Caves    ....     dot administrator
Kevin Craig    ....     transportation captain
Dean Miller    ....     production van operator
Franco Rea    ....     driver
Christina Schmidt    ....     dot administrator
John 'Detroit' White    ....     transportation captain

Other crew
Michael J. Babcock    ....     production assistant: re-shoots
Alyssa Batchelor    ....     key set production assistant
Logan Cooper    ....     location manager
Sara Denson    ....     second assistant accountant
Jessica Dzialowski    ....     set production assistant
Neil Fisher    ....     production assistant
Andrew Freij    ....     stand-in
Amber Fritz    ....     production assistant
Lori Grabowski    ....     script supervisor
James Greiner    ....     security manager
Chris M. Jackson    ....     computer playback
Jim Jaffe    ....     product placement executive
John Kirby    ....     acting coach
Daniella LaGraff    ....     accounting clerk
Christopher Loveday    ....     assistant to Mr. Schmidt
Georgina Marquis    ....     production coordinator
Curtis Matzke    ....     stand-in
Valerie Meloche    ....     second assistant accountant
Kenneth Mercier    ....     location assistant
TonyLee Nelson    ....     office production assistant
Sara Nicole Powell    ....     assistant production coordinator
Paul Rathburn    ....     chef
Caitlin Ringness    ....     assistant location manager
Jason Roby    ....     set production assistant
Louise Seppi    ....     production secretary
Louise Seppi    ....     travel coordinator
Jessica Smith    ....     office production assistant
Kelly Stultz    ....     payroll accountant
Matt Tessner    ....     production assistant
Cathy Thomas    ....     location scout
Alex Tompkins    ....     additional production assistant
Ashley Van Esley    ....     personal assistant to Neve Campbell
Phil VanSpronsen    ....     location assistant
Phil VanSpronsen    ....     location scout
Jocelyn Webber    ....     assistant: producer
Geoff Wehner    ....     production assistant
Adam Werth    ....     additional set production assistant
Danielle West    ....     photo double
Gabrielle Wild    ....     stand-in: Marielle Jaffe
Brian Williams    ....     production assistant
Natalie Williams    ....     location assistant
Natalie Williams    ....     location scout
Michael A. Zakalik    ....     set production assistant
Patrick Esposito    ....     post production consultant (uncredited)

Production Companies

     Dimension Films

     Midnight Entertainment

     Outerbanks Entertainment


     Imagem Filmes (2011) (Brazil) (all media)

     Buena Vista International (2011) (Argentina) (theatrical)

     Dimension Films (2011) (USA) (theatrical)

     Weinstein Company, The (2011) (USA) (theatrical)

     Ascot Elite Entertainment Group (2011) (Switzerland) (all media)

     CatchPlay (2011) (Taiwan) (all media)

     D Productions (2011) (Turkey) (all media)

     Roadshow Home Video (2011) (Australia) (DVD)

Special Effects

     Rez-Illusion (visual effects)

Other Companies

     Chapman / Leonard Studio Equipment camera cranes

     Chapman / Leonard Studio Equipment camera dollies

     Dolby Laboratories sound mix

     Mid America Cine Support camera dollies

     Night Hawk Security security

     Reder & Feig production counsel

     Sessions Payroll Management extras payroll services

     Transportation Resources transportation equipment

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