Courteney Cox and Neve Campbell forged a very good friendship over the years thanks to their involvement in the franchise of scream, where both began their respective careers. But, now that the new franchise film is about to hit theaters, we will no longer witness the relationship between the actresses. At least on the screen.
After the departure of the interpreter, who was one of the most iconic people in the 90s, Courtney Cox comments that, without a doubt, she will miss her experiences with her. However, she was in solidarity with the decisions of her friend and her partner for whatever comes in her career in the cinema.
In interview with Varietyas part of a lengthy article to promote the horror film, the former star of friends He was brief, but forceful in offering his opinion regarding the audience of whoever gave life to Sidney Prescott:
“I missed working with her, but I’m going to support what she thinks is right.”
Neve Campbell will not return for scream 6, and not long ago we reported the reason here: the actress did not consider that her pay was fair enough to justify a return to this slasher universe. She said the following:
“I didn’t feel like what they were offering me was equal to the value that I bring to this franchise. And I have contributed to this franchise for 25 years. As a woman in this business, I think it’s very important for us to be valued and to fight to be valued.”
And he expanded his argument alluding to the inequality he perceived in contrast to the salary received by his male colleagues:
“[No creo que] the number they offered me is the same number they would offer a man. In my soul, I just couldn’t do that. I couldn’t walk on set feeling underappreciated and feeling injustice, or lack of justice.”
What do you think of Courteney Cox’s support for Neve Campbell? scream 6 hits theaters March 31.
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