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Scream 5 is not currently in the works, Wes Craven has revealed.
The director broke an extended silence on the expected project to gauge fan interest on Twitter.
“No news on Scream 5 yet,” he wrote. “You guys really want another one?”
Scream 4 debuted in cinemas last year after an 11-year break on the franchise.
It saw the return of principal stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette alongside new cast members Emma Roberts, Hayden Panettiere, Rory Culkin, Adam Brody and Marley Shelton.
There have also been rumors that MTV is developing a television series based on the Scream franchise.
As you can see we have a new version. I was so tired of dark the last 2 themes were dark so I wanted something clearer this time around. This one was made by Kimberly and it features pictures of the new season of Cougar Town coming up in January <3 Hope you like it like I do because its going to stick awhile as I will concentrate more on finish moving the gallery and work on content from now on:)
Added new pictures of Courteney in the gallery.
Hollywood actress Courteney Cox has turned interior designer as part of a new campaign to raise funds for a children’s health organisation.
The former Friends star has handpicked her favourite homewear items, including chairs, cushions and vases, to showcase on the Joss & Main website, reported Contactmusic.
“We are thrilled to present Courteney Cox’s Curate for a Cause collection. Inspired by her Malibu home’s signature ‘organic modern’ style, the Cougar Town actress brings A-list appeal to this exclusive array of furniture and accents,” the website reads.
A portion of the proceeds from any sales will go towards the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation (EBMRF), to raise awareness of the tissue disease.
“Please check out my Curate for a Cause Sale to help raise funds for The Ebmrf,” Courteney posted on Twitter.
Landing herself a new gig centered in the world of haircare, Courteney Cox has been named the new celebrity ambassador for Pantene’s soon-to-be released Expert Collection.
The “Cougar Town” actress will play frontwoman to the beauty giant’s AgeDefy and Advanced+ Keratin Repair ranges, a pair of product lines aimed at healing the effects of aging tresses.
Of her role Cox told press, “I’ve always been a fan of Pantene. I was not expecting how my hair was changing as I got older. [It] was starting to get dry, brittle and thinner.”