Auction: Walk-On Role In Scream 4!

If you’re a super Scream fan with disposable income, this is your best way onto the Scream 4 set without secret ninja skills. Back in Scream 2, Paulette Patterson entered a contest through MTV and won the usher role who gives away Stab costumes (pictured). This auction is definitely a pricier way to win, but who can cry foul when it’s for charity?

“Hello Sydney…” Get ready to hear those chilling words spoken by Ghost Face when you win an extra role in Wes Craven’s newest horror film, Scream 4! You will also meet the cast including Courtney Cox, David Arquette and Neve Campbell and have your photo taken with them. Filming is scheduled to start in mid-June in Michigan.

The proceeds for this item benefit Center for the Advancement of Women

Terms: To be set up at a mutually agreed time and date. There is no guarantee that the winner will appear in the final cut of the film. Does not include hotel or accommodation. This item cannot be re-auctioned or resold.

Donated by: Dimension Films

Source: CharityBuzz

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4 Responses to “ Auction: Walk-On Role In Scream 4! ”


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  1. Well now I wish I had some money. What I wouldn’t give to be able to win this auction. That would be real cool to be in a major studio film. Who wouldn’t want to be immortalized on the silver screen. I loved the entire trilogy, each one for different reasons. Can’t wait for the next set of three. Could get real interesting.

  2. Well now I wish I had some money. What I wouldn’t give to be able to win this auction. That would be real cool to be in a major studio film. Who wouldn’t want to be immortalized on the silver screen. I loved the entire trilogy, each one for different reasons. Can’t wait for the next set of three. Could get real interesting.

  3. $1000…

  4. $1000…

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