Scream 4 (2011)
In Scream 4, Sidney Prescott, now the author of a self-help book, returns home to Woodsboro on the last stop of her book tour. There she reconnects with Sheriff Dewey and Gale, who are now married, as well as her cousin Jill (played by Emma Roberts) and her Aunt Kate (Mary McDonnell). Unfortunately Sidney’s appearance also brings about the return of Ghostface, putting Sidney, Gale, and Dewey, along with Jill, her friends, and the whole town of Woodsboro in danger.
Genre: Horror,Mystery,Thriller
Director: Wes Craven
Release Date: April 15, 2011
Producers: Iya Labunka,Kevin Williamson
Actors: Emma Roberts,Hayden Panettiere,Adam Brody,Courteney Cox,Rory Culkin,Neve Campbell,Mary McDonnell,Marley Shelton,David Arquette,Anthony Anderson,Erik Knudsen,Marielle Jaffe,Nico Tortorella,Roger Jackson,Justin Michael Brandt,Nancy O'Dell,Dredan McFall
             
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