The teaser of the newest addition to the Scream franchise is out. Paramount Pictures released the teaser of the sixth part of the horror franchise, whose theatrical release is scheduled for March 10, 2023. Collectively helmed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, the film features Courteney Cox, Melissa Barrera, Jenna Ortega, Mason Gooding, Hayden Panettiere and Jasmin Savoy Brown in the main cast, as they reprise their roles from the previous installment. 

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The teaser gives a glimpse of the upcoming events in the universe, taking a lead from Scream 5. The sixth installment will follow the adventures of the four survivors- Jenna Ortega‘s Tara, Melissa Barrera’s Sam, Jasmin Savoy Brown’s Mindy, and Mason Gooding’s Chad, who have relocated from Woodsboro to New York to attend college, as they try to steer away from the terror inflicted by Ghostface, a fictional identity adopted by the antagonists of the films to carry out gruesome murders. 

EW confirmed that Robert L Jackson will voice for Ghostface once again. He has voiced for the iconic character ever since the first installment of Scream franchise, which was directed by Wes Craven and written by Kevin Williamson. 

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Neve Campbell, would not reprise her role as Sidney Prescott, revealing that she was not impressed by the offer made to her, making this the first of the franchise not to feature the actor or the character. However, Ortega confirmed that references to the character would be made in the upcoming film. 

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“You know, it’s nice because there’s still a protectiveness in the script and that’s something that the actors had naturally over her because obviously we respect her and we want the best for her. She’s missed and thought of,” said Ortega, on the departure of Campbell from the franchise. 

Kevin Williamson will return as the executive producer for this installment, having produced all except the first part of the franchise.