As the sixth installment of the iconic Slasher franchise, Sixth scream It caused quite a stir among horror movie fans. This time, the infamous Ghostface has been transported to bustling New York City as the story departs from the usual Woodsboro setting for the third time in the series. The new backstory offers a refreshing twist, building up tension and adrenaline-pumping chases between the killer and his victims. Among the film’s most exciting scenes is the subway sequence, in which Ghostface stalks and terrorizes passengers during a Halloween celebration filled with many people wearing the iconic mask.
In a recent interview with CBR, Co-Director Matt Bettinelli-Olbin and Executive Producer Chad Villela spoke about their challenges while filming the unforgettable subway scene. The duo revealed that they initially struggled with obtaining a subway car and making it suitable for filming, as it proved logistically complex and expensive. The team even considered cutting a scene from the film at various points during pre-production.
The challenges of getting that on screen started in pre-production when we learned we had no idea how to go about it in terms of getting a subway car. In the back of our heads, we thought, “We’re going to get a subway and tweak it and make it look right.” Then we found out that was off the table. We tried to get a couple in, but they were too heavy and were tipping over. It would have cost a billion dollars. We had a lot of conversations about this. Thirty percent of pre-production was like, “How do we do this subway sequence?” Philella: There weren’t multiple moments where we were like, “Maybe we should just cut it out?” Then, we were like, “Sure, under any circumstances.”
However, the crew’s steadfast determination and collaborative efforts paid off in the end. Every department, from design and construction to costumes, joined forces to create a realistic and immersive environment that captures the essence of New York City’s subway system. The result was a seamless and authentic experience for audiences, making it hard to believe it was shot on set.
“It was a testament to how amazing each member of the crew was. Everyone worked together to figure out, ‘How can we have this? How can we build it? How can we create something that appears to move? “This is a handshake between every department, including the costumes.” Oh, we have to make 200 different costumes? Can’t they all look professional? “It’s a long way of saying it was a handshake between every department, and they all exceeded our expectations. I remember when we got going, it was such a reaction.” That’s just the subway. I feel like in New York, “That’s exactly what you want. It didn’t feel like a set. It felt like you were there.”
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Sixth scream Stars Jenna Ortega, Melissa Barrera, and Courteney Cox, reprising their original roles alongside a talented cast of newcomers. News that Neve Campbell will not be reprising her iconic role as Sidney Prescott Sixth scream It came as a disappointment to some, considering that Campbell, along with Courteney Cox and David Arquette, has been a staple of the series since its inception in 1996. The absence of Campbell’s character in the film is said to have been addressed by her introduction of on-screen husband Mark. This addition to the story is intended to provide a sense of continuity and appease longtime fans who may feel the void left by Sidney Prescott.
Sixth scream Co-director Matt Bettinelli-Olpin revealed in an interview with Collider that the production team was aware of Campbell’s decision not to be involved early in pre-production. This allowed them to make the necessary edits to the script, ensuring a smooth transition. Sixth scream It not only pays homage to the original series, but breathes new life into the horror genre, proving that Ghostface’s reign of terror is far from over.
Sixth scream It is currently showing in theatres.
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