Matthew Lillard in Scream 2

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    As long as Matthew Lillard in Scream 2 reigns supreme at the box office, it’s safe to say that Ghostface is returning. Scream contains numerous easter eggs and connections to the previous four films. Fans have been having the time of their lives attempting to spot all of the minute yet amazing touches, from straight callbacks and subtle hints to mentions of former characters.

    However, it appears that there are several easter eggs that enthusiasts have yet to discover. In an interview with Fandom, filmmakers Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, as well as executive producer Chad Villella, revealed a handful of voice cameos from some of Matthew Lillard in Scream 2’s most renowned performers – and we didn’t see them on our initial viewing.

    Is Matthew Lillard in Scream 2?

    The new film features the voice of Matthew Lillard in Scream 2, who played Stu Macher in the original Scream. (By the way, he doesn’t return as Stu; it’s simply Matthew’s voice.)

    Reveals the location of Matthew’s voice cameo “So with Matthew Lillard in Scream 2, we have his voice in the movie; he is the voice of the Stab 8 Ghostface with the flamethrower, and then he also has a line in the house that says, ‘nice house, Freeman!” at the party when Amber walks by,” producer Villella explained.

    As long as Matthew Lillard in Scream 2 reigns supreme at the box office, it's safe to say that Ghostface is returning

    As long as Matthew Lillard in Scream 2 reigns supreme at the box office, it’s safe to say that Ghostface is returning

    “When you hear it again, by the way, you’re going to go, ‘Well, f*ck, of course that’s Matthew Lillard in Scream 2,” Gillett continued. Amber truly lives in Stu’s former house, as described in the film. So now that we know it’s Matthew Lillard saying it, the “nice house” remark takes on a whole new meaning.

    Well, f*ck, of course that's Matthew Lillard in Scream 2

    Well, f*ck, of course that’s Matthew Lillard in Scream 2

    Drew Barrymore (Casey Becker) and Jamie Kennedy (Randy Meeks) make cameo appearances in the film as well. Drew makes an appearance as the high school principal, reading the announcement at the end of the school day.

    Then, in a nod to Randy Meeks and his house party in the original, Jamie Kennedy makes an appearance at Amber’s celebration. “He’s the one that says, ‘Someone’s crazy ass dad is kicking us out,'” Gillett confessed while Mindy and Frances were making out on the couch.

    Drew makes an appearance as the high school principal, reading the announcement at the end of the school day

    Drew makes an appearance as the high school principal, reading the announcement at the end of the school day

    Bettinelli-Olpin also said that the “To Wes!” toast at the party included the voices of everyone in the film, as well as Kevin Williamson (who penned the screenplays for Scream, Scream 2, and Scream 4) and the directors themselves. Many more actors, including Henry Winkler (Principal Himbry in Scream 4) and Adam Brody (Detective Hoss in Scream 4), contribute to the toast.

    While the toast was intended for the character Wes Hicks, it also served to honor the late Wes Craven and his legacy.

    While the toast was intended for the character Wes Hicks, it also served to honor the late Wes Craven and his legacy

    While the toast was intended for the character Wes Hicks, it also served to honor the late Wes Craven and his legacy

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