Spilling the detail is RJ Torbert of Funworld, the manufacturer of the Ghostface halloween mask which has been featured in the previous three 'Scream' films.
It seems that "Scream 4" will not only see new faces but also new mask. Fan site Scream-Trilogy has found tweets from RJ Torbert of Funworld, the manufacturer of the Ghostface halloween mask featured in "Scream" trilogy, who revealed that two different masks will be used in the upcoming film.
"I expect there to be 2 diff masks, however I will say this, things changing very often - difficult to say without giving it away," so RJ wrote on his Twitter as quoted by Scream-Trilogy, before adding "Sent out additional GHOSTFACE to the SET today, a very interesting opening scene." Giving another info, RJ wrote, "Lets just say, the town of Woodsboro, has an obsession. There is your hint."
"Scream 4" has just kicked off production this June in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Wes Craven who directed the previous three "Scream" films returns for the same duty, with Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette reprising their roles as Sidney Prescott, Gale and Dewey respectively. Emma Roberts and Hayden Panettiere, meanwhile, are among young stars added to the cast ensemble of the thriller, which is slated to come out on April 15, 2011 in the U.S.