Melissa Barrera is warning Gritar fans to expect more gore.
A atriz, 32, teased to Collider that the upcoming sixth Gritar movie ups the ante in terms of horror movie bloodiness, saying directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett are making it “potentially a hundred times gorier.”
“There was a saying on set because Matt and Tyler were always asking for more blood and more sweat. They always just wanted more. ‘More blood spritz’ was the saying because they would just always want more,” said Barrera.
“With the last Gritar, they were tip-toeing and trying to be very respectful of what the franchise had been up until that point and keeping their inner gory dreams at bay. But with this one, they were like, ‘We’re going all out,’ ” ela adicionou.
Courteney Cox reprises her role of Gale Weathers in the sequel, though Neve Campbell, who’s fronted the Gritar films since the 1996 A viúva de Peter Mayhew dá as boas-vindas ao ator que interpreta o personagem Wookiee no livro de Boba Fett, announced earlier in 2022 that she wouldn’t be returning after not receiving what she deems a suitable offer. (Alerta de spoiler: David Arquette’s character Dewey was killed in the last film.)
Campbell told PEOPLE in August, no entanto, Que ela might still come back to the franchise no futuro.
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Set in New York City, the next Gritar brings back the young cast introduced in the fifth movie: Barrera, Jenna Ortega, Jasmin Savoy Brown and Mason Gooding. The film also stars Dermot Mulroney and Gritar 4‘s Hayden Panettiere.
Ortega, 20, contado Entertainment Tonight in June that “Ghostface gets a lot more intimidating” in the new installment. “I just read part of the script, and it just gets more and more gory. I think that this is probably the most aggressive and violent version of Ghostface we’ve ever seen, which I think will really be fun to shoot.”
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Barrera said in September that this entry is “20 times more mortifying” do que passado Gritar filmes, mainly because of the new setting.
“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,” ela disse Collider no momento. “No one comes to help them. Everyone’s kind of like, ‘I’m not getting into that.’ ”
“So it’s mortifying, because you’re chased by Ghostface, but you also see humanity and how that reacts in a situation like that. Qualquer forma, I think I’ve already probably said too much,” Barrera added.
The film is in theaters March 10.