What Will Scream 4’s End Credits Look Like?

From various sources, we’ve gathered slight information about the possible graphical style for the end credits to Scream 4. In lieu of this, I’ve taken it upon myself to create a small mock-up of what we could be seeing shortly on the silver screen. I figure its a nice little treat for all you Scream fans out there. Enjoy!

 

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10 Responses to “ What Will Scream 4’s End Credits Look Like? ”


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  1. The real question is – will we get the quick cuts of ghostface? Craven always said that meant another film if you saw it.

  2. Looks cool enough. Thanks for making it for us! And I just can’t say how much I appreciate the convenience of this site. I’ve yet to be spoiled of anything on here, while the IMDb board for Scream 4 was loaded with random spoilers. Anyways, I’ll be sticking around, so please keep pumping out the information!

  3. Question though, did they say the image of the person would start out moving and then freeze, or would it just be a straight up frozen image this time?

  4. Oh I LOVE this, thank you so much for doing it!! I hope they do end up looking something like this, it’s a great way to update the credits a bit, something new but still relevant to the originals. :) And yes, thank you for the constant updates and hard work you’ve been putting into the site, it is much appreciated!!

  5. Hopefully this won’t change, it’ always nice to see the actors that were involved in the movie on the end credits.

  6. OMG :] thank you so much :] I’m pumped 21 days left :]

  7. I’m glad they are keeping it, not many films do it anymore.

  8. It would probably be an action shot… not a publicity still

  9. Whooo, think all Screm fans will be pleased to see they are keeping the picture style :D (including me)

  10. This is ALWAYS with the characters smiling, not looking like something strange is going to happen ;)

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