Anderson & Brody in New Scream 4 Clip

Direct from Anthony Anderson @ Jimmy Fallon. Nothing major this time around, just a prelude to the oft-used Anderson & Adam Brody scene shown in the trailers and spots. But two clips in one day? It’s like Christmas, we swear.

Link/Credit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZARO3a42EY

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14 Responses to “ Anderson & Brody in New Scream 4 Clip ”


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  1. Adam Brody looks delish in a uniform :)

  2. its a lil different not as wide a shot when ghostface runs up but this one shows him properly next to brody. At least the trailer shot leaves the chance of him jumping out the way or something, not that i expected it, i hoped, id love brody to stick around.

  3. i am really hoping adam brody will survive ghostface attack too, ,better if he turns out to be one of the killers
    adam brody said you can survive if you are dead, that comment gave me hope

  4. It is a spoiler without being a spoiler because this scene is shown over and over in the trailers and tv spot. This scene is slightly different (which is no surprise since often shots used in the trailers are usually used for just trailer sake) I cannot see the knife on ghostfaces arm, to me it looks like ghostface is just going to shove brody to the ground. Which would be interesting since it would mean he has a better chance at living. These clips need to stop, now, seriously because they have already revealed a death scene and now this, come on. Seven clips is enough anymore and I might as well stay at home and piece the rest of the movie together in my head.

  5. Okay this is too much. All these clips don’t need to be released when the movie is a week away from it’s release. And why are clips still being released after Craven himself said he felt too much was shown in the trailers and TV spots.

    Now it could be a possibility all these clips are the deleted scenes. I recall Craven saying that there are about 7 or 8 deleted scenes that are for the DVD and 7 clips have been released. Hmmmmm…………food for thought?

  6. YAY the first part of the scene
    Certainly makes what we’ve been seeing look Good.

  7. I still don’t think there giving to much away and you know you don’t have to watch the clips lol theres still a lot we don’t know.

  8. ok so ive done some math and we have saw about six minuets of the movie so far and thats alot when you think of the different areas there shown in and not including the “little” stuff they show on the tv spots but i just cant resist the clips!!!

  9. The people who think they’re giving away too much are paranoid. Most of the clips is stuff we’ve seen in the trailer a dozen times. No idea why people are freaking out.

  10. Well honestly they have to get everyone’s attention, I know quite a few people who didn’t know Scream 4 was coming out in less than a week and thats with all the tv ads and guests apperances. I, of course, schooled them but for the general public I don’t think they realize how many spots are out there unlike us who visit this site and many others daily (or hourly). I think the marketing team is hitting it hard and I hope it pays off.

  11. @Khy I agree with you.

  12. “Now it could be a possibility all these clips are the deleted scenes. I recall Craven saying that there are about 7 or 8 deleted scenes that are for the DVD and 7 clips have been released. Hmmmmm…………food for thought?”

    That would be amazing, I never thought of that.

  13. I looked at this and the trailer shot neither appears to have a knife in ghosts hand but then again that could be because its a pre-effects shot and this was a scene where craven used a cgi knife, like he said he did in certain action scenes.

  14. This is the best clip EVER!!!

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