Fans Anticipate Return of Stu Macher in Scream 7 as Matthew Lillard Expresses Interest in Reprising Role

News - 3 March 2024

With the recent departure of Melissa Barrera and Jenna Ortega from the cast of Scream 7, fans are eagerly anticipating the release of the film. Director Christopher Landon has also left the project, leaving the producers to search for a new direction for the franchise. One character that fans have been clamoring for a return is Stu Macher, played by Matthew Lillard in the original Scream film.

The Scream franchise has a history of keeping characters alive despite seemingly fatal injuries, and Stu Macher is no exception. Fans have speculated for years that Stu could potentially make a return to the series, adding a new layer to the storyline. When asked about the possibility of returning to the franchise, Lillard expressed his interest in reprising his role as Stu: "No one called me, I can tell you that.

No one seems interested in Stu's return, except the fans. But I think I can survive a TV upside down can have! And listen, I've had a great career. I'm happy that Scream is a part of my life and my career as an actor.

My return must make sense within the story and for the makers."While Lillard is open to the idea of returning to the Scream franchise, he is also focused on his involvement in the Five Nights at Freddy's franchise. The first installment of the series was a huge success, and Lillard is excited to dive back into that world: "I think it's great that I'm involved with Five Nights at Freddy's, which was a huge success and is the third franchise of my career.

I can't wait to get back into that world."As fans await news of the release date for Scream 7 and potential new directions for the franchise, the possibility of Stu Macher making a comeback adds an exciting twist to the storyline. With Lillard expressing interest in reprising his role, it opens up new possibilities for the future of the Scream series.

Fans of the franchise eagerly anticipate what the producers have in store for the iconic horror franchise.