Will Social Media SPOIL Scream 5?
The last entry into the game changer franchise SCREAM was in 2011 and in January 2022 we will see its follow-up.
The original was directed by the man behind A Nightmare on Elm Street Wes Craven and written by Dawson's Creek creator Kevin Williamson. It was about a ghost masked killer stalking victims with telephone calls before the kill from 1996. The film revived the genre and set the stage for Neve Campbell, David Arquette, and Courtney Cox to take over the world.
But after four films, the next faces a new challenge at heights it never has before:
No, not that pesky COVID thing. I'm talking about:
SPOILERS ON SOCIAL MEDIAAAAAAAAAA
Are Scream 5 spoilers avoidable?
From cast tagging unannounced cast members from past films to rabid fans taking pictures of locations during filming, this might be the first time Twitter will uncover the killer before Sidney Prescott does.
I know one thing, I'll be there on opening night so I don't have to worry about slip-ups.
That is, if Facebook catches me off guard like Ghostface and ruins it ...
Why does it matter if Scream 5 is spoiled?
I answer that in the latest - and first - episode of The 90s Are The New 70s where I discuss the implications. Check it out!
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