Do you still like scary movies? If so, you'll be glad to know that details of the upcoming 'Scream 4' are coming together.

The latest news: According to a new interview with the LA Times, director Wes Craven will officially direct the fourth installment of the 'Scream' franchise, which begins shooting in May.

Neve Campbell, David Arquette and Courteney Cox are set to reprise their roles in the series, which last hit screens in 2000. Kevin Williamson, who wrote the franchise's first two films, is back for the fourth installment and told MTV last fall that he's already working on 'Scream 5' and 'Scream 6.' Do you still like scary movies? If so, you'll be glad to know that details of the upcoming 'Scream 4' are coming together.

The latest news: According to a new interview with the LA Times, director Wes Craven will officially direct the fourth installment of the 'Scream' franchise, which begins shooting in May.

Neve Campbell, David Arquette and Courteney Cox are set to reprise their roles in the series, which last hit screens in 2000. Kevin Williamson, who wrote the franchise's first two films, is back for the fourth installment and told MTV last fall that he's already working on 'Scream 5' and 'Scream 6.'

As for '4,' the action takes place in the Sidney's hometown of Woodsboro. New castmembers will also be introduced.

The 'Scream' movies combined slasher terror themes with self-aware camp for a string of hits dating back to 1996. So far, the movies have grossed an astounding $293 million, domestically, and have featured a slew of famous faces, including Drew Barrymore, Patrick Dempsey and Heather Graham.

'Scream 4' will be produced the Dimension Pictures, a division of the Weinstein Company.

Craven is known for his work in the horror genre, including the iconic 'A Nightmare on Elm Street.'
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