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  • Can you unlock the page of Charlie Walker

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  • Hey Matthew, I got some cool stuff to share with you. Are you free?

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  • Here's mine

    Steve..... Billy

    Casey..... Stu

    Himbry..... Stu

    Tatum..... Billy

    Kenny...... Stu

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    • I might changed my who killed who soon. Who knows.

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    • Why?

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  • Who's your favorite character in the whole scream franchise. If I had to pick.. I say Randy.

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    • Not sure if I can pick one. I usually like more characters. But yeah, Randy is great! They actually shpt more violent version of his death, they didn't intended keep. It served only as trick to make MPAA grant R rating instead of NC-17. After previous problems with the first movie.

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  • I may be wrong to ask but may you re edit principal Himbry on Stu's murder victims cause someone edited it out.

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  • I used that line from scream cause we got a problem, someone edited out Arthur Himbry on Stu's murder victims ):

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  • Is it okay if you edit out that Billy killed Himbry, cause Stu really was the one who killed Himbry

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  • I can actually prove that the guy downstairs was Roman Bridger. Share this with "scarymovie53" ya see come Sidney locked the door on Stu you can hear banging on the door. Then while she goes downstairs.... A ghostface appears. Wouldn't that have to be Roman Bridger?

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    • Again, Roman didn't existed when the movie come out. Besides it is meant to be scary. We don't see every second. Besides I think there were two doors leading to that bedroom. I will check the layouts of the house but that doesn't change what I stated before. See, Roman was sole killer in Scream 3 and yet we may feel that he is able to do things too quick in Milton's massion. We can't fill plot-holes/errors with explanations. Even if that would make sense in real life. This is even more unrealistic in MTV series. If you saw it. I'm going to check the other message.

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  • Hey Matthew. How are you? Did you get my email by any chance?  Also, why did you delete Break from Villains Wiki thread?

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    • Kinda busy right now. Regarding the thread because I had problem loading the page. And also we already can talk here, as Joshua is gone. Hopefully for good.

      How are you?

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    • A: I'm good. I did a Q&A with Alec Rayme. Care to see? Let me know what you think. Any questions you'd ask him?:

      1. How did you get into stunts? I fell into them. I got my first job as Batman in a stunt show in New Orleans. I did stunts for ten years, and now I only act.

      2. What do you specialize in stunt wise? I specialize in fights in the stunts, and cringe stunts (breaking body parts)... realistic gags (falling, slipping, etc).

      3. How was it like to wear the Lakewood Slasher costume? It was HOT HOT HOT! It was in the middle of summer in all black layers. It was a foggy mask with bad visibility.

      4. How was it like to play the killer? Killing isn't fun. It can take a piece of you. But it was a cool gig.

      5. What was your favorite scene shooting? The prison cell kill, at the end, where I killed Kieran and the guard.

      6. What was the hardest stunt/scene doing on Scream? It was the stair fight in the school while trying not to actually stab the victim, but making it realistic.

      7. Do you know who killed Kieran? Of course. I couldn't tell. You know that. I'd get in big trouble. You know you can't ask. I'm still under disclosure contract.

      8. How was it like working with Amadeus Serafini, the actor who played Kieran Wilcox Haha, we spent a lot of time together. I got to cook for him. Nice guy.

      9. Do you have a favorite kill? Jake’s (Tom Maden) was awesome. It was hard work. But I killed Kieran too. That was crazy.

      10. Do YOU like scary/horror movies? I used to love them, and now, I’d rather sleep well than watch them.

      11. Did the jump from the vent in the prison scene hurt your legs? That was a high jump. Yes, it was a high fall, and it always hurts a bit, but nothing a beer can’t fix.

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    • B: Hey Matthew, where have you been?

      C: I got some news to share, and you'll LOVE IT! I got my Brandon James mask signed by Amelia Rose Blaire, actress of Piper Shaw! Here is a picture of the mask and her signature/anecdote! What do you think?

      2C: he also did a short Q&A with me! Care to hear what Amelia had to say? 

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  • Hey Matthew, hope your well these days. I could be doing better. :(

    Anyways, have you seen Scream Ressurection?

    Also, have you seen a show called Slasher?

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    • Hey Matthew! It's been long since we chatted here. I have some questions and things to show!

      A. I did a Q&A with William Scharpf (Stuntman of Ghostface in Season 3) Can you let me know what you think? 

      1. How did you come across doing stunts? I was a professional water skier. I water-skied on the Pro Tour (type of water ski) and one Saturday morning during qualifying, a buddy of mine, he shows up just as I’m taking off to ski, and he had a jet lagged makers haircut, and I was like “Hey, that’s a stupid haircut.” And he’s like “Fuck you. I was James Bond’s stunt double.” I was like, “What?!” So, then I had to go do my qualifying round and that night I was drinking beer and he’s telling me about being a stuntman.

      2. What stunts do you specialize in? Mostly water, cars, fights, and high free falls. And a lot of rigging. You know, wire work.

      3. Did you have any prior experiences in sports or just mainly waterski? Oh, I did every sport under the sun.

      4. How long have you been doing stunts for? 30 years.

      5. Did you have a favorite actor/actress working with on Scream? Tony "The Candyman" was awesome! He's super professional. You know he's an older guy. We had a big fight scene to do. You know, he's all beat up and stuff. But he's fantastic and superb. Giorgia Whigham (Beth) and CJ Wallace (Amir) were great! RJ (Deion) was cool. Not a lot of names I remember really. Besides Tyga (Jay). Tyga. He was only there because he was a Kardashian groupie. They totally put him in there for ratings. The fucker couldn’t act. He’s a big pussy actually, especially when it came to stunts. He looked like a little Prima Donna. He's not even an actor. He just you know... I don't know why he was just there. He's not an actor. He looks like a Kardashian. Another Kardashian coattail rider.

      6. Did you have a favorite kill performing? All were fun to do. Kills all run together. Killed one, killed them all.

      7. Any thoughts about the costume when you saw it? It’s just another job. I don’t get too much excited about much of anything. Just another job. Just another set of wardrobe. 

      8. How was it like to wear the mask and robe? Creepy and hard to breathe during fights. When you step on the fucking thing (while running), you know it’s, a pain in the ass... I wasn't, you know, a big Scream aficionado. You know, I just got the job... It was a lot of fun playing Ghostface... It was like your in a big burlap sack. It's like a giant burlap cape and a hood. A giant burlap hoodie. That hood is really tight, you know, it’s just tugged around the mask so you can’t tell wether it’s a guy or a girl... It felt like a bunch of rags piled on me. It was a one piece suit. Nothing distinctly that I can describe... I had the set costumer get me in and out of it for every shot, make sure everything is working on me, stuff like that.

      9. Did you have a favorite stunt moment doing? Jumping through door glass was fun. That was pretty much the only stunt I did as Ghostface. Fun stuff. I was just running and... you know most of my stunts were just stuff with the knife and close proximities with knives. Rubber knives and you know the kills. That (jumping through door glass) was just really the only stunt I did. They (door glass) do have electrical charges on them and they hit the button right as your hitting the glass and sometimes if they're late you have breakaway glass. Combonation... You have to worry about your eyes, keep your eyes closed afterwards and they fill the glass with compressed air and blow all the glass stuff off your face.

      10. Did the director give you any instructions on what to do, or was it mostly based on your movements, like swinging the knife or running around? The director did his directions under the plot. Like, ”You’re gonna stab Tyga’s character in the head.” Stuff like that.

      11. Did you choreograph any of the scenes in the show? Yep, all of them. Mainly stunt related.

      12. Did you have a most exhausting /tiring stunt moment? Long fight with Tony was exhausting.

      13. Any risky stunts? Nothing on that. That (Scream Season 3 Stuff) was pretty lame.

      14. How did you get the job as Ghostface in Scream? I got the job as the stunt coordinator and I was originally doing Season 1, and at the same time I was doing another bigger TV series that required more of my attention. I was doing Underground The TV Series. So, I handed the job off to my buddy Stanton Barrett. But I was going to play Ghostface in Season 1. He’s one of my best friends. I gave the job to him. Stanton’s one of the best all around stunt guys I know.

      15. Do YOU like scary movies? Don't like scary movies. Not at all. They’re scary, haha! I like comedy and action. And historical dramas.

      16. Did you meet or hear Roger Jackson on set? Nope, didn't meet him.

      17. Did you get a chance to see the series at all? No. I don't watch hardly anything I do.

      18. How was it like working with Brett Matthews (Director of Scream: Resurrection)? Brett's a great helper. You know, he went and called ahead and... Yeah, Brett was really good.

      19. Were there multiple/different Ghostface costumes on set that you had to wear? Yeah, that have differences to everything. And I would specify like if I was on it, I’d make sure it wasn’t dragging on the ground. I would just try to help out with how I feel. You know, they’d have standard costumes that I’d modify and the professionals would modify.

      20. Would you come back as Ghostface if there was a Season 4? It depends on what other job opportunities are available. I'm not gonna say no, but I can take it or leave it. It happens if I have an opening in my schedule, I'd probably do it.

      B. I also asked Stanton Barrett (Season 1 Stuntman) questions too. Tell me your thoughts on this one too:

      1. What stunts do you mainly specialize in? A lot of cars and motorcycles, bikes, skiing, mountain bikes. I did six professional sports and I’ve been doing stunts for 30 years so I’d say about almost everything, haha. Fight scenes are pretty fun. There’s always a lot going on with them. That makes it interesting and significant.

      2. How was it like playing the Lakewood Slasher? It's just like any other part. I guess playing the part, you know? When you have the mask on, you, you gotta use more movements and body language and things to make it tell the story. The mask was uncomfortable for a while but we made some adjustments to get it comfortable. I was a pretty intrical part of helping, like, giving them ideas on how to make that work and more functional so they took my ideas and made it.

      3. Did you have a favorite cast member working with on set? Yeah, the lead actress (Willa Fitzgerald) was amazing. I enjoyed Emma’s actress. A real actress with talent.

      4. Did you get a chance to see the series at all? Uh, no actually I didn’t really watch any of them.

      5. Did you have a favorite kill performing? No, I’m not really into that stuff too much. I didn’t really remember any of those scenes really too much. I mean, anything with action is fun. To create a character, how to make it a part of a story. But scary movies is not my thing.

      6. Did you use a prop knife for most of a time or was it a real buck knife? No, they are prop knives.

      7. Did you have a favorite stunt moment? No, just another day at the office, haha.

      8. Did you have a most scary/tiring stunt moment? No, I don’t do scenes I’m afraid of.

      9. How was it like working with the Scream Team? I don’t remember any specific director working with. Uh, Brian (Brian Dannelly, Director of Episodes 4 and 5) I do remember him. He’s great. But I mean, overall most crews are pretty good with productions.

      10. Do YOU like scary movies? No, I like making them. Much action and creative it takes but I don’t like watching them.

      C. Have you seen Slasher, Scream Queens, and Harper's Island?

      D. Did you get to ask Alec Rayme (S2 Stuntman) some questions?

      E. Would you also like to ask William Scharpf and Stanton Barrett any questions too?

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