David Arquette Recalls Nearly Getting Killed Off In The First Scream, Has A Funny Take On Why He’s Grateful He Didn’t

The horror genre was built on long-running franchises, and the ‘90s brought us a beloved property with Wes Craven’s Scream. There’s a new installment coming in January, complete with original stars like David Arquette aka Dewey. Arquette recently recalled nearly getting killed off in the first movie, and a funny reason why he’s glad he didn’t.

The 1996 original Scream saw most of the cast fall, but a handful of survivors were able to make it and pop up in the sequel(s). David Arquette’s Dewey is one of the three heroes who have appeared in every installment, although the Woodsboro Deputy nearly bit the dust in Wes Craven’s original. Arquette recently spoke about this twist of fate, saying:

It’s a wonderful opportunity to be part of something for 25 years. I love playing the role of Dewey. He’s such an iconic character. Well, Wes Craven was sweet enough to say, ‘David, we’re gonna put you in a gurney, we’ll roll you out and we’ll see if you make it or not.’ Then, the second time we did it, he said, ’OK this time just give a little thumbs up, I dunno if I’ll use it or not… ’Thank god for Wes Craven because I got a baby out of it. I mean, not Wes Craven, thank Courteney Cox!

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