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Courteney Cox and David Arquette have revealed how filming Scream 4 was a bit of a family affair.
The estranged couple – who met on the set of the first Scream in 1996 – talked openly about their relationship during a short press conference for the movie on Wednesday.
Asked about making the latest instalment of the horror flick, Arquette, 39, told People, ‘There’s a real family feeling. Especially with Courteney being married and having a kid (their six-year-old daughter Coco), it just brings an honesty, and that is really my favourite part of acting.’
‘It felt very natural,’ Cox, 46, added. ‘We have had 10 more years of experience of acting, so I was that much more confident. I am now a mum, and I am just different person, but it’s coming back with your family. You know each other, and you kind of just get right back into it and are better than you were last time.’
Cox plays go-getting reporter Gale Weathers, while Arquette plays her on-screen lover, Sheriff Dewey Riley, and the former Friends actress drew comparison to their real-life relationship.
‘It is so funny that he is so earnest and she is so out to get ahead,’ she says. ‘It is just a very odd pairing, and so are we. Well, we are not really, but we kind of are. I love playing Gale. She is probably the most fun to play when it comes to playing a real character.’
I’ll get to the end of Friends and Cougar Town finale scoop in a sec, but first let’s talk Courteney Cox and Scream 4.
Most of the cast won’t reveal if they’re signed on for sequels 5 and 6 because that sort of gives away whether they’re killed in this new fourth installment.
However, Cox will tell ya…
“I’m actually not,” she admitted to me yesterday while promoting the newly hatched Ghost Face killer flick, out April 15. “I mean, I can’t really say, but you know she could always die and I can always come back in a dream. But if I didn’t die, you know, it’ll just depend on if it all comes together.”
A true Hollywood veteran who’s been down this road before, she gives an answer that leaves all the doors open.
It’s been many years since Cox played Gale Weathers, but she didn’t mind going back. “I love Gale Weathers,” she said. “I love her tenacity. She’s just a strong-willed woman. And I think she’s a little fame-hungry and power-hungry and that’s why it’s so fun to play her.”
She’s also a bit envious with how “selfish” Gale could be. “I’m not in real life,” Cox smiled. “I wish I was a little more selfish.”
As for Cougar Town, there’s a big one-hour season finale coming in May. Now, it’s not a musical episode. “We’re dealing with something pretty heavy,” Cox teased. “You haven’t seen it yet, but someone wants to have kids and someone doesn’t. That’s all I can tell you about that.”
She quickly added, “I hope I don’t get in trouble for that.”
We’d like to assume she’s talking about Jules and Grayson (Josh Hopkins). And with that in mind, will those two ever get married? “I would say one day,” Cox said. “I think that as long as the audience is liking it and it’s working out, they’ll keep it going and they’ll be dealing with real-life issues.”
Cox says she has no timeline for Cougar Town, but would like it to go for at least five seasons.
“Ten’s a long time, but I wish we hadn’t stopped,” Cox said referring to Friends. “It would’ve been nice to do 11.”
What could they have done? “Oh my gosh. I don’t know, but I was watching an episode the other and day and it still holds up! Just holds up!”
Perhaps it’s time for that Friends movie. What do you think? Should there be a Friends flick? Sound off below.
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Courteney Cox and her “Scream” franchise co-star/husband of 11 years, David Arquette, announced their separation in October 2010 — but could reconciliation be in the works for the power pair?
At the LA junket for their upcoming thriller, “Scream 4,” the former “Friends” star told Access Hollywood’s Maria Menounos that despite her and David’s current estrangement (the couple first met on the set of the original “Scream” film), she’s happy fate had a hand in their meeting.
“[We] wouldn’t have had [our daughter] Coco [and] David wouldn’t be looking as cute as he does right now after those years,” Courtney told Maria on Wednesday, of what would have been lost had she or David passed on their roles in 1996’s original “Scream.” “Now [David] looks the best he’s ever looked — he’s doing great. He’s just awesome…he does look great.
“He looks really, really cute,” Courteney continued to rave. “And he’s so stylish! Where is he?”
The “Cougar Town” actress also revealed she and David had a love/hate relationship at the beginning of their romance, much like their onscreen characters.
“We faked it pretty good in ‘Scream 2’ because I actually didn’t like [David] at all and he didn’t like me. Hate. Hated,” she laughed. “[In the first ‘Scream’] we fell in love. [‘Scream 2’], hate. [‘Scream 3’], [we were] married. [‘Scream 4’], had a kid, but that wasn’t introduced [into the plot].”
“How you do fake liking someone when you can’t stand them?” Maria asked.
“Well, [it was] hate/love — ‘Hate you, get away from me, come here, hurry!’” Courtney told Maria of their passionate relationship. “You know, one of those!”
As for when the couple’s adorable daughter, Coco, 6, will be allowed to view her parents’ horror flick series, Courteney says she’s got a few years to go.
“In this day and age, with the way she behaves, probably 13 [years old]?” Courteney told Maria, of the age at which Coco will be allowed to see “Scream.” “That’s probably fair. I think 13’s alright…
“I was sneaking into rated R movies at 10!” she added. “I snuck in to see ‘The Exorcist’ at, I’ll say, 13 years old? And my friend went with me and she didn’t want to stay, and I sat in the movie by myself and when [Linda Blair] started flopping up in that bed, I was like, ‘I am too young for this, but I am not leaving!’”
See Courteney, along with David Arquette, Neve Campbell, and franchise newcomers Emma Roberts and Hayden Panettiere, in “Scream 4” when it hits theaters on April 15.