'Spider-Man' actor Tony Revolori says he's never seen a 'Scream' movie, but franchise star Mason Gooding convinced him to join the upcoming 6th movie
- "Spider-Man" star Tony Revolori spoke to Insider about his involvement in "Scream 6."
- Revolori has "never seen a 'Scream' movie," but franchise star Mason Gooding convinced him to join.
Tony Revolori is headed into unfamiliar territory in the upcoming film, "Scream 6."
"It's funny, I've never seen a 'Scream' movie," Revolori said. "Maybe I shouldn't have admitted that, but there we go."
The actor credited his involvement in the forthcoming sixth installment of "Scream" to Mason Gooding, who joined the franchise as Chad Meeks-Martin in the fifth movie, released in 2021.
Revolori said that when he had the opportunity to be part of "Scream 6," he spoke to his friend Gooding.
"He sold me on why it's such a phenomenal set, why the directors are phenomenal, and why producers are great," Revolori said. "And he wasn't wrong. I had the best time on set. Everyone, cast and crew, were incredible.
"It's a really, really fun script and there are a lot of twists and turns," he added. "I'm excited for people to see this."
The next "Scream" movie, helmed by returning directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, will ditch the usual setting of Woodsboro, California for New York City.
It'll follow the four survivors of the Ghostface killings in the previous film, played by Gooding, Jasmin Savoy Brown (Mindy Meeks-Martin), Melissa Barrera (Sam Carpenter), and Jenna Ortega (Tara Ortega).
"Scream" stars Courteney Cox and Hayden Panettiere will return as Gale Weathers and Kirby Reed, respectively.
Other newcomers to the horror franchise, in addition to Revolori, include Samara Weaving, Dermot Mulroney, Josh Segarra, and Liana Liberato.
The release date for "Scream 6" hasn't been announced yet, but details regarding the movie have been revealed.
In a recent interview for the podcast "20 Questions On Deadline," Barrera said that the film will take place "almost directly after the last one."
"Basically, the amount of time that has passed between one movie and the other is the amount of time that has passed in 'Scream' time," she said.
In an interview with Collider, Barrera said that having the murderer appear in NYC is significantly more "mortifying."
"It's awful, because you also see how, in a city like New York City, everyone is kind of doing their own thing and someone is screaming for help, and no one will come to their help," she said. "No one comes to help them, everyone's kind of like, 'I'm not getting into that.'"
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