'Scream 4' a go with Neve Campbell back

nevecampbell_290.jpg "Scream" protagonist Sidney Prescott's life is going to get thrilling again in 2010.

Dimension Films' Bob Weinstein announced that Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette are all back on board to reprise their roles for a the next installment of the "Scream" franchise, beginning production in Spring 2010, reports Variety.

Wes Craven is being courted to direct the sequel, which was written by Kevin Williamson, who's currently behind The CW's "The Vampire Diaries."

In a previous interview with Zap2it's Korbi Ghosh, Williamson had revealed that Cox and Arquette were already back, but Campell's return was still uncertain.

Weinstein also announced that the company will have a new emphasis on 3D, with Robert Rodriguez's soon-to-be-written "Spy Kids 4" being realized in 3D. "Halloween III" will also get the 3D treatment for October 2010. Other films being considered for possible 3D sequels are "Hellraiser" and "Scanners."

In addition, Dimension is looking to remake "Children of the Corn," "Short Circuit" and "An American Werewolf in London."

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