Uno di Grido‘s breakout stars, Gelsomino Savoia Marrone, landed a role in the box office hit without ever seeing the original film.
Brown plays Mindy Meeks-Martin, the niece of the original film’s Randy Meeks (Jamie Kennedy), in the new sequel. When she was called back for an audition, Brown was asked to perform a monologue similar to Randy’s speech about horror movie rules in Grido. In un'intervista a Il giornalista di Hollywood, she said she didn’t base her audition on what had already been done.
“I was afraid to do that. I was afraid that if I did that, I would overthink it and copy him,” Brown told the outlet. “That monologue was part of my audition, but when I auditioned, I hadn’t seen Grido. I actually didn’t see the Grido films until after I was cast and we were shooting.”
lei ha continuato, “So I just thought, 'Bene, I didn’t know what the heck I was doing when I auditioned and they liked it. I’m just going to trust that.’ So I only watched the first Grido one time while we were shooting, and I’ve since seen it a few more times. But I didn’t want to overthink it.”
25 anni dopo Wes Craven‘s horror film debuted in 1996, the franchise is doubling down on the terror with its fifth installment.
Since Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), Dewey Riley (David Arquette), and Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox) first encountered the infamous Ghostface killer in the original Grido, there have been three sequels and a television spinoff. The slasher sequel introduces new characters and brings back some fan-favorites as well.
In the latest film, emerge un nuovo killer con la maschera Ghostface, prendendo di mira un gruppo di adolescenti nel tentativo di far risorgere i segreti del passato.
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Grido è ora nelle sale.