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Kevin Williamson drops out of ‘Scream 4’ production

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HollywoodNews.com: Creative conflicts and numerous rewrites on the set of “Scream 4” have apparently resulted in writer/creator Kevin Williamson (“Vampire Diaries”, “Dawson’s Creek”) leaving the production and being replaced with Ehren Kruger, the man behind “Scream 3”, “The Ring”, and “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”.

Several actors on the currently-in-production sequel have expressed dissatisfaction with the project in the days leading up to this announcement, with Hayden Panettiere being reportedly “beyond frustrated” with the script’s numerous creative changes and both Lake Bell and Lauren Graham quitting their roles in the film after major changes to their characters. The effect Williamson’s additional departure will have on this latest installment of the classic horror franchise remains to be seen in the following months leading up to the film’s release date in April.

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  • November 9, 2011 | Permalink |

    Kevin Williamson is so good to be real. All the best Kev

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