The first trailer for Scream 6 has been released
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The first trailer for the new Scream movie has dropped.
The latest instalment of the hit horror franchise sees Ghostface return for yet another bloodbath.
Along with the return of Melissa Barrera and Jenna Ortega, who play Sam and Tara, respectively, the flick also sees fellow Scream survivors Mindy and Chad Meeks-Martin, played by Jasmin Savoy Brown and Mason Gooding back for another go.
And if the trailer is anything to go by, they are in for a tough time of it, with Ghostface seen lurking on a subway carriage, stalking them.
The official synopsis reads: "The Scream saga continues with the four survivors of the Ghostface killings as they leave Woodsboro behind and start a fresh chapter.”
In a statement back in June, she cited a low financial offer as the main reason she declined to appear on the sixth instalment.
"As a woman I have had to work extremely hard in my career to establish my value, especially when it comes to Scream," she continued.
"I felt the offer that was presented to me did not equate to the value I have brought to the franchise..It's been a very difficult decision to move on.
"To all my Scream fans, I love you. You've always been so incredibly supportive to me.
"I'm forever grateful to you and to what this franchise has given me over the past 25 years."
This wasn't the first time the actor had complained about how well compensated she has been for starring in the Scream franchise.
Discussing Scream 3, which was released back in 2000, the Hollywood star claimed she 'did alright' financially from the film, but that she didn't get the eventual profit share that she was promised.
The horror genre tends to be hamstrung by budget issues, meaning that actors and actresses are generally incentivised by profit shares once the move has been out for a period of time.
However, Campbell suggested that many of the promises made on previous Scream films were never actually kept by the studio and film execs.
“There’s always the promise of the back end,” she told Curtis.
“And then, of course, it’s drowned in publicity and costs and all the reasons they say, ‘Oh, actually no, we didn’t make the amount of money that we’re claiming we made in all the press, so that we don’t have to give you that'."