Fan Expo Friday reunites Neve Campbell, Skeet Ulrich, and Roger L. Jackson – the cast of SCREAM – to panel for the first time in 20 years. In the video highlights, they talk about some of the ingenious methods in SCREAM’s creative process, have fun with Roger L. Jackson’s (The Ghostface Killer) voice, and share their memories of Wes Craven.
1. Remembering Wes Craven
Neve Campbell, Skeet Ulrich, and Roger L. Jackson open the SCREAM Reunion Panel with memories of Wes Craven, legendary horror director of SCREAM, NIGHTMARER ON ELM STREET, THE HILLS HAVE EYES, and many others. Craven passed away August 30, 2015.
2. Roger L. Jackson Talks About Voicing The Ghostface Killer
Roger L. Jackson – the voice behind The Ghostface Killer – talks about the ‘logistics’ of how he did the voice on-set. The actors never saw or met him during filming. Skeet Ulrich and Neve Campbell are invited to try their own versions of ‘the voice’.
And check out how The Ghostface Killer would sound if it was done with the voice of his other famous character – Mojo Jojo from THE POWERPUFF GIRLS
3. SCREAM – How to Survive a Horror Movie, Explaining SCREAM To a Child
In this short clip, Neve Campbell and Roger L. Jackson give their advice for surrviving a horror film scenario. They are also confronted with the challenge of explaining SCREAM’s plot to a child.
4. The Creative Process in Filming SCREAM
Neve Campbell and Skeet Ulrich talk about how they created their characters for the film SCREAM. They also talk about Wes Craven’s methods for enhancing the actor’s suspense for the script by hiding certain things – including Roger L. Jackson. A big surprise is finding out when Campbell and Ulrich finally met Jackson for the first time!
5. What Other Projects Would They Like To Be In?
The reunited cast is asked what other projects they’d like to be in. Roger L. Jackson gives a taste of how he’d sound as the voice of Darth Vader – and it’s a powerful demo! Neve Campbell is already doing a dream project – showing up as a regular on HOUSE OF CARDS starting with its fourth season. Skeet Ulrich’s answer is to be on a reality show some of his fans may really like to see him do.