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Richard Bracken, Film Editor on Wes Craven Movies and ‘Rich Man, Poor Man,’ Dies at 90

The four-time Emmy nominee also worked on such shows as 'The Bold Ones,' 'Dragnet,' 'Ironside' and 'Columbo.'

Courteney Cox Returning for ‘Scream’ Relaunch

Spyglass Media Group and Paramount Pictures are relaunching the 'Scream' franchise with Courteney Cox reprising her role as the dogged news reporter Gale Weathers.

‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ Star Robert Englund on Wes Craven, Johnny Depp and Auditioning for ‘Star Wars’ (Q&A)

Freddie Kreuger's alter ego tipped off Mark Hamill to audition for Luke Skywalker and once read for the part of Han Solo: "He was originally conceived as an uncle who comes home for the holiday…

TIFF: Wes Craven’s Spirit Lives on in Nick Simon’s “Girl in the Photographs”

The Midnight Madness selection was executive produced by the late horror maestro.

‘The Girl in the Photographs’: TIFF Review

Wes Craven executive produced this second feature from horror guru Nick Simon.

TIFF: Why Wes Craven’s Spirit Lives On in ‘The Girl in the Photographs’

The horror master played a pivotal role in the making of first-time director Nick Simon's title about a checkout girl in a serial killer's game, due in theaters and VOD on April 1 from Vertical…

‘Scream’ Writer Kevin Williamson Pens Tribute to Wes Craven: He Gave Me “a Master Class in Building Tension”

His movies — from his first, 1972's 'Last House on the Left,' through the franchises 'Nightmare on Elm Street' and 'Scream' — were unsettlingly violent. But the modern master of horror was, as Neve…

Wes Craven Remembered by Bob Weinstein: “It Was a Joy to Listen to Him Talk About Fear”

Weinstein convinced Wes Craven to direct Kevin Williamson's meta-horror movie, originally called 'Scary Movie,' which was released in 1996 as 'Scream.'

‘Scream’ Co-Showrunner Reacts to Wes Craven’s Passing: “I’m Ticked Off at the World”

"He gave me notes on the first pilot I did for this show, and everything that he had to say about it was so generous and so supportive," Jill Blotevogel tells THR.

Critic’s Notebook: Wes Craven Found Shades of Grey Amid the Gore

From his feature debut, 'The Last House on the Left,' to his final film, 'Scream 4,' Craven made us think as much as he scared us.

What Will Happen to Wes Craven’s TV Projects?

Universal Cable Productions says it will move forward with the numerous development projects the horror master had in the works.