It may be the last chance to see Courtney Cox and David Arquette together, at least outside of divorce court. For fans though, the bigger news is that horror maestro Wes Craven is returning to the scene of the crime some ten years after "Scream 3" hit theaters.
The fourth part in the masked slasher franchise opens on April 11, 2011. Neve Campbell, Cox, and Arquette are returning, but for the younger set there's Rory Culkin and Emma Roberts.
From the trailer released Tuesday, looks like there's more blood-letting and horror movie homages.