First SCREAM 6 Trailer Combos Horror of Ghostface and NYC Subway at Rush Hour

It feels like Scream 5 (or, as they prefer to call it, just Scream), just came out. But here we are, about to get a follow-up sixth film in 2023, just one year later. And now we have our very first trailer for Scream 6 (Scream VI). Ghostface is back to terrorize once again, but this time, they are out for blood in the big city. The only thing more terrifying than Ghostface masks on an empty subway is Ghostface masks on a full one. If you’ve ever been on one, you know there is literally nowhere to run. And that’s what our favorite new gang of heroes quickly find out. You can watch the new trailer right here:

As always, who is under the mask and wielding the knife is a big mystery. Will they be related to a previous killer? A previous victim? Or is this just going to be a fanboy/fangirl thing? Although, they kind of did that in the last movie. We don’t think they’ll repeat themselves. The bigger question the Scream 6 trailer poses is where in NYC can one change into a Ghostface outfit in private? It’s true no one would even blink if someone wearing the mask fled down the steps… But getting access to a public toilet is nearly impossible.

Ghostface on the subway in Scream 6 movie teaser trailer
Paramount Pictures

In this latest installment, the description for the Scream 6 trailer shares, our survivors of the most recent Ghostface killings leave Woodsboro behind for a fresh start. (And really, we can’t blame them, we wouldn’t want to stay there either). Neve Campbell/Sidney Prescott will not be around this time. However, Melissa Barrera and Jenna Ortega (currently ruling as Wednesday Addams), will return as sisters Sam and Tara Carpenter. Jasmin Savoy Brown and Mason Gooding also return as Mindy and Chad Meeks-Martin from the previous film.

Although we are absent one Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox is bringing the infamous Gale Weathers back, although just how much she’s going to be in it is a mystery. We don’t yet see her in the Scream 6 trailer. And, in perhaps the biggest delight for fans, Hayden Panettiere is bringing back Kirby from the fourth film for Scream 6. Radio Silence’s Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett return to direct Scream 6, with James Vanderbilt and Guy Busick penning the script. And, hopefully, we could even see Scream 7 going into production right on the heels of part six. For now, we can’t wait to learn more about Scream 6 and the big city mysteries it holds.

Scream 6 will release on March 10, 2023.

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