Scream: Is there a gay story in the first movie? Neve Campbell responds

The diva of the Scream saga, Neve Campbell, talked about the alleged gay love story between the characters of Billy (Skeet Ulrich) and Stu (Matthew Lillard), a very widespread hypothesis on the web …

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The diva of the saga of Scream, the face of Sydney Prescott Neve Campbell, spoke of the alleged history love gay between the characters of Billy (Skeet Ulrich) and Stu (Matthew Lillard), a very widespread hypothesis on the web …

During a promotional interview for the new chapter of Scream, Neve Campbell answered the age-old question, born on the web for years now: in the very first film of the saga there is a gay story “hidden” among the characters of Stu (Lillard) and Billy (Ulrich)? The actress replied: “Maybe, maybe. There is a real possibility and now that screenwriter Kevin Williamson is talking about it a little more, I guess it was probably something he had in mind. I don’t know exactly, because Kevin didn’t make it official. , but it’s a real possibility. “

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“If I had to say mine, I’d say they were pretty confused guys in their tastes. Yes, they were very confused guys. Probably part of their anger also came from the fact that they couldn’t be what they really felt, if we really want to analyze the situation. . “ Campbell’s comments come after the words of screenwriter Williamson, always gay but raised in a context in which he avoided declaring his sexuality: “I’ve always felt very attached to the concept of final girl, her difficulty and her need to survive, because it’s the same thing a young gay boy can experience. See this girl getting through the night and surviving despite the trauma that is going on. living. “

Scream, the review: the “requel” of Wes Craven’s cult movie was successful, and at times brilliant

In the new Scream, twenty-five years after the series of heinous and cruel murders that shocked the quiet town of Woodsboro, a new assassin wearing the Ghostface mask targets a group of teenagers, plunging the city back into terror and resurfacing the fears of a past that now seemed buried. Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox (Gale Weathers) and David Arquette (Dewey Riley) return to play their iconic roles alongside new arrivals Melissa Barrera, Kyle Gallner, Mason Gooding, Mikey Madison, Dylan Minnette, Jenna Ortega, Jack Quaid, Marley Shelton , Jasmin Savoy Brown and Sonia Ammar.

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