Gale Weathers has arrived! Courteney Cox was seen on the set of the sixth movie in the Scream series dressed as her famous news reporter character.
In the Tuesday photo, Cox, 58, is standing with other crew members with her arms crossed at the wrists. She is wearing a blue suit and neon-green heels. Cox showed up on set a little over a month after her longtime co-star Neve Campbell said she wouldn’t be back for the sixth movie.
“Unfortunately, I won’t make the next Scream movie. Campbell, 48, said in a statement, “As a woman, I have had to work very hard to prove my worth, especially when it comes to Scream.” “I didn’t think the offer I was given was worth what I had brought to the franchise.
“It was very hard to make the choice to move on,” she said. “I love all of my Scream fans. You have always been so kind and helpful to me. I will always be thankful to you and this franchise for what it has given me over the past 25 years.”
Campbell’s decision to not be in a Scream movie for the first time since the series began in 1996 was supported by Emma Roberts, Matthew Lillard, Jamie Kennedy, and David Arquette, who were all in the films with her.
- Dixie D’amelio’s Performance Is Ended Because She Had a Seizure on Stage!
- Who Is Antonella in The Family Chantel? Pedro’s Workmate!
- With Her 14 Children, Nadya “Octomom” Suleman Celebrates Her Birthday!
In an interview with ComicBook that came out last month, Arquette, 50, said that he would “love” for Campbell to be in the movies and that “a Scream movie without [Campbell’s character Sidney Prescott] is kind of unfortunate,” but that he “understands” and “respects” her decision.
“I get it, she’s still alive,” Arquette said. “It’s all a business, in a way. They have to balance all these things to fit a budget and make a movie.” She can definitely be in future ones, but I think fans will have to ask for that to happen in the future.” In the Tuesday photo, Cox, 58, is standing with other crew members with her arms crossed at the wrists
Reps for Paramount Pictures and Spyglass Media did not answer PEOPLE’s questions about Campbell’s departure. Cox, Campbell, and Arquette all came back as Gale, Sidney, and Dewey Riley, respectively, in the fifth film, which came out in January and was called Scream, just like the first film from 1996.
Cox told Entertainment Tonight in May about the new movie coming out next spring, “I don’t know about contracts and where things are, but I’ll tell you that the script is really good. “If you talk about it, you have to be killed, so I’m not going to say anything,” the Shining Vale actress joked.
To Know More Latest Updates You Can Visit Our Website: Techstry.net