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AI Creates A Scream Trailer Set In The 1950s & It Is Horrifying

As fascinating as it would be to see a throwback “Scream” flick, there’s little to no chance that a concept like this would ever be greenlit. For one, it wouldn’t make sense (most ’50s horror films leaned heavily into sci-fi and fantasy), and it also wouldn’t be practical when fans are already looking forward to the future of the franchise. The entire “Scream” timeline is relatively straightforward, so taking the franchise to the past wouldn’t make much sense. Though some fans may be disappointed that there’s no ’50s-set “Scream” in the works, the franchise is eager to continue, whether viewers like it or not. 

Following the box office success of “Scream 6,” work quickly began on a sequel. Unfortunately, following comments about the Israel-Palestine conflict, lead star Melissa Barrera was reportedly fired from the seventh outing. Later, it was confirmed that “Wednesday” breakout star Jenna Ortega wouldn’t be returning and that director Christopher Landon wouldn’t be helming the new pic. 

While plot details regarding “Scream 7” are minimal, it has been confirmed that Neve Campbell will be returning as Sidney Prescott. The seventh entry in the horror franchise will be directed by Kevin Williamson, one of the franchise’s producers and occasional writers. With most of the cast of the 2022 “Scream” outing and its sequel out, it’s unclear what exactly the seventh film will be about. One thing is certain, however: It won’t be set in the ’50s. 

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