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Scream VI Will Have a 3D Version & The longest runtime of the franchise

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The sixth installment in the Scream franchise will hit theaters this March, and fans of the horror series can’t wait. The recent trailer for the film has only served to heighten the excitement for the most recent installment in the series. The most recent information regarding Scream VI is the official runtime, which Regal Cinema and Paramount both confirmed. These listings state that the movie will run for 133 minutes, making it the longest installment in the franchise to date.

The previous film in the series, Scream 2022, was also directed by Radio Silence members Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett. Courteney Cox, Hayden Panettiere, and Dermot Mulroney are among the returning cast members. Samara Weaving, Henry Czerny, and Dermot Mulroney are franchise newcomers. The four Ghostface killing survivors will try to move on from their past and begin a new chapter in New York City, where the movie is set.

Scream VI’s extended running time will undoubtedly provide fans with an epic slasher experience, and the film is already expected to rank among the most eagerly awaited horror releases of 2023. Given the significant franchise history that this installment must respect, the two-hour running time gives all of the characters, concepts, and plotlines plenty of time to develop. Due to the longer length, there are likely to be many shocking scenes as the filmmakers try to cover all of the complicated parts that make up the Scream franchise.

Scream VI will be the first film in the series to be released in 3D. Fans will undoubtedly be on the edge of their seats as a result of the addition of this new dimension, which heightens the horror of the film. Scream VI is one of the most eagerly anticipated horror movies of 2023 thanks to its extended running time, release in 3D, and enthusiastic fan base.

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