Jennifer Aniston will cameo in Wes Craven’s Scream 4. Star Magazine heard it straight from Aniston, who says she is doing the role after being asked by former Friends co-star Courtney Cox. Cox appeared in the first three Scream films and will return for Scream 4. Cox’s husband, David Arquette, and Neve Campbell will also reprise their roles from the first three films. The film also is set to star series newcomers Emma Roberts, Hayden Panettiere, and Rory Culkin. Hit the jump for a spoiler in regards to Aniston’s role. Scream 4 is currently scheduled for to open on April 15, 2011.
[UPDATE: Bloody-Disgusting says news of Aniston appearing in Scream 4 is completely untrue. We trust BD more than we do Star Magazine.]
Scroll down past the poster for the spoiler.
Aniston’s Scream 4 role will be very brief, as Aniston will die in the opening sequence of the movie. Killing a “name” actress in the intro has become a signature to the film series and has appeared at the beginning of all three Scream films.
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