There is no screenplay for “Scream VII” yet, but Ortega will be in Ireland in April to film the second season of “Wednesday.” After a strike, “Beetlejuice” had extended filming for a Labour Day 2024 release.
We don’t know when “Scream VII” will be released, but Ortega’s success in “Wednesday” and popularity signal that additional parts are on the way.
With its seventh installment, the “Scream” franchise is on the verge of grossing $1 billion at the global box office.
Following the departure of director Christopher Landon from “Scream VII,” Spyglass is dedicated to avoiding racism and hate rhetoric. The franchise is now valued at $911 million, and Landon’s discontent comment has been removed.
Spyglass Media and Melissa Barrera have parted ways due to comments she made on social media about the Hamas-Israel conflict. Importantly, this decision is completely separate from Barrera leaving “Scream” or her desire to end that contract.
Spyglass firmly opposes racism and hate speech, explicitly denouncing false accusations of genocide and Holocaust denial. It’s crucial to note that Barrera’s departure is unrelated to this issue. In the world of “Scream,” Barrera and Ortega take on the roles of sisters.
Jenna Ortega To Return for Scream 7?
Christopher Landon, the director, has made it clear that Ortega’s decision to step away wasn’t something he had a say in. Even with some worries from fans about the sequel, the creative team is putting their hearts into it. Interestingly, there’s word going around that Ortega wasn’t in the cards for the next film from the start.
James Vanderbilt and Guy Busick are cooking up something exciting, working on a brand-new chapter of “Scream” and hoping to bring in some fresh faces.
Get ready because “Scream 7” is hitting theatres in 2025, with director Christopher Landon taking the helm from Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett of Radio Silence.
The creative magic is happening under the watchful eye of Spyglass Media Group, and there’s a good chance Universal Pictures will be back in the distribution game.
Despite the 15-month gap between the drop of Scream and Scream VI, the details around Scream 7 are still hush-hush in the public arena.