Courteney Cox got emotional while shooting a remake of the 1996 film Scream; Know why

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The Hollywood actor, Courteney Cox discussed her next film, a remake of the original movie Scream, which was released in 1996, naming it a ‘brand-new relaunch’ during an interview with Parade.

If you are a F.R.I.E.N.D.S fan you may know her very firmly and must be in love with her character too. The actress was famous for playing ‘Monica’ in the much-loved show.

Recently, Courteney Cox said in an interview with Parade, “We are not making a fifth of something,” for her upcoming remake ‘Scream‘. She also added, “This is an absolute, brand-new relaunch of the franchise.”Courteney has been in all four earlier Scream films, this new chapter will have a fresh cast with only a few of the former cast members.

However, Courteney Cox also said, “It was such an emotional thing to come back. I had the same feeling when I walked on the set of Friends. I got teary-eyed then too.”

Neve Campbell, who played Sidney Prescott, and David Arquette, who played Dewey Riley, are the veterans producing for the fifth film. Scream is also featuring two new directors, Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, in addition to new performers. The director (Wes Craven) of the original Scream and its three sequels passed due to brain cancer in 2015 at the age of 76.

Scream star cast Neve Campbell exposes newbie Melissa Barrera cried after she did her first scene with her and Courteney Cox. After expending over ten years away from the screen, the iconic and most remembered franchise is set to mark a star in movie theatres in a week. The first instalment to not managed by the late Wes Craven but fans of the earlier movies don’t have to stress too much as the franchise’s original trio has produced for the new instalment.

The new movie should be a special occasion for anyone who has a touching attachment to the franchise. The pledge of seeing Scream‘s legacy stars back together again is exciting. From new personalities who are related to past characters like Randy Meeks’ niece and nephew to a return to Stu’s house, Scream is operating as a tribute to what came before, and that’s an exciting thing.