‘Scream 5’ adds Jenna Ortega to cast

Actress Jenna Ortega (You, Jane The Virgin) has been added to the cast of the upcoming Scream 5 from Spyglass Media. Ortega joins returning franchise cast members David Arquette and Courteney Cox who’ll reprise their respective roles as Dewey Riley and Gale Weathers, as well as newcomer Melissa Barrera (In the Heights). It is strongly rumoured that franchise star Neve Campbell will also return. The production is set to shoot in Wilmington, North Carolina. 

Ortega is best known for her roles in the Netflix series You as Ellie and the CW’s Jane the Virgin as Young Jane. Ortega can next be seen in Yes Day starring Jennifer Garner and The Babysitter: Killer Queen with Bella Thorne. The actress recently wrapped filming on Songbird opposite Demi Moore and Bradley Whitford, which was one of the first notable feature productions to shoot in Los Angeles after the pandemic shutdown.

There were rumbling of a fifth Scream movie shortly after Scream 4 hit theaters in 2011. But when the movie failed to truly perform at the box office, those came to a halt. And as the franchises pivoted to TV with an MTV series, director/writer Wes Craven passed away in 2015. Craven’s death seemed to dash all hopes of another Scream movie, at least until the directors of Ready or Not got involved.

We will keep you updated on all things Scream as details are released.

Spyglass Media will also be developing the upcoming Hellraiser Reboot.


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