Confirming that the Weinstein Company are moving forward with their 'Scream 4' project, director Wes Craven reveals what it takes to bring him on board the horror thriller movie.
Director Wes Craven has addressed the mounting rumor circulating around whether or not he will direct "Scream 4". Talking to Bloody-Disgusting, the creator of many horror films confessed on what it would be needed to bring him back to helm the fourth film for the popular '90s horror movie franchise.
"It would take it being really as good a script as the first one was," the 69-year-old explained, adding further, "and the pay day reflects what I've done for that company and what Ive gone through on Cursed (laughs)." When pressed further on the possible storylines, he insisted, "I don't know his ideas at all. But they have made a deal with Kevin [Williamson] to write."
"Scream 4" is intended to be a younger version of the "Scream" movies. In earlier reports, it was suggested that several of the original main characters, Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette, would make their returns as cameos. Kevin Williamson, the writer of the first two "Scream" films, has also been reported to be writing the draft.