"Scream 4": Now In Theaters
Over a decade has passed since the previous installment hit the big screen, and today (April 15) the latest "Scream" sequel has made it's way to theaters.
Hayden dished details about the sometimes terrifying on-set antics to Seventeen, telling, "They liked to occasionally make us scream. We’d be sitting there and Ghostface wasn’t supposed to be in the closet, but then it jumps out at you. One of the prop guys did it and then disappeared that night. He came back later and was like, “I’m so sorry, I couldn’t face you. You were so scared. So apparently I was genuinely scared half to death."
As for meeting the man behind the Ghostface prior to her initial character encounter? Panettiere never got the chance, as she explained, "He was there, but they kept him hidden, and Wes [Craven] didn’t want anyone to see him, to be able to put a face to the voice because he wanted that unknown element."
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