After years of development, a Scream TV series is finally coming to MTV at the end of this month. But it might not look like the Scream you remember from the movies. The big difference is the mask, which has been changed from the iconic Ghostface, inspired by Edward Munch’s painting The Scream, which was used in four installments on the big screen.
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Review in a Hurry: Steve Carell is a sad sack suburbanite. Ryan Gosling an über-cool urbanite. And both extremes find themselves in a romantic comedy about finding one’s soul mate. Crazy, Stupid, Love supplies plenty of laughs but truly impresses in the low-key moments, revealing genuine warmth for… Continue reading Movie Review: Crazy, Stupid, Love All Kinds of Crazy, Stupid Fantastic