Promising that "I'm going back to doing what I do best," Bob Weinstein is revving up franchises and genre films for Dimension, with familiar faces onboard (e.g., Neve Campbell has just signed for "Scream 4") and a new emphasis on 3D.
"Scream 4" will start production in April or May as the first of a new trilogy, and the company is talking to Wes Craven to direct, Weinstein reports. In addition to Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette will return to the "Scream" franchise.
Robert Rodriguez is writing "Spy Kids 4," which he will direct in 3D. The movie will be made in partnership with Disney and will start shooting in March, Weinstein said.
We reported earlier, the company wants to shoot "Halloween III" in 3D, aiming to release it in October 2010. Dimension also is remaking the cult classic "Children of the Corn."
The first two "Scream" pictures grossed more than $100 million each, while "Scream 3" grossed $89 million in the U.S.
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