Scream: Matthew Lillard isn’t convinced he died in the first film

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Another highly anticipated reboot by fans is that of Scream, of which we have often spoken to you and which the protagonist of the film by Wes Craven, Neve Campbell. We will have to wait a while longer to see the film signed by the duo of Till death do Us part (get it back, if you haven’t seen it!), Matt Bettinelli-Olpin e Tyler Gillett, since it will be released on January 14, 2022. But, in the meantime, let’s go back to talking about the first Scream, which gave rise to the series in 1996: the opportunity offers us one of the bad guys (if you haven’t seen Scream you can also stop here because there will be SPOILERS).

Matthew Lillard, who played Stu Macher in Scream, posted the following sentence on Twitter: “Well … it was just a TV, right? Do you think I SURVIVED? #Stu”.

Since last May Lillard had expressed interest in appearing in the reboot together with his old companions, it is certainly an allusion to his participation, we do not know whether with the approval of the directors or not. After all, no matter how stabbed and ended up with a TV on his head, it wouldn’t be the first time a maniac has been reborn in a horror movie and we’d love his cameo. We will see what the authors think.

We know for sure that theirs reboot is set in the same universe as the original film and sequels, so much so that yesterday it was announced the return of Marley Shelton, appeared in Scream 4, as Agent Judy Hicks. Therefore never say never: Some of the old guard may still join the confirmed David Arquette, Neve Campbell, Marley Shelton e Courteney Cox. Maybe just Matthew Lillard.

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