Neve Campbell reprises her role as author Sidney Prescott in the thriller "Scream 4" and says more sequels in the hit horror franchise may be released.
The first movie came out in 1996 and is known for the ghost mask used by the films' killers. The fourth movie is set to hit theaters on Friday, April 15 and also stars original cast members Courteney Cox and estranged husband David Arquette.
Younger newcomers Kristen Bell, Emma Roberts, Hayden Panettiere, "Mad Men" and "Community" star Alison Brie, Adam Brody of "The O.C." and Rory Culkin, brother of Macaulay Culkin, also appear in the new movie.
"I would imagine if the film does well and audiences are enthusiastic, I'm sure (producer) Bob Weinstein will want to make another one," Campbell, 37, told OnTheRedCarpet.com host Chris Balish.
Campbell said she was initially reluctant to make another "Scream film," saying: "My first reaction was that I wasn't sure it was such a great idea and that was really only, I think, because 10 years ago we all decided we should probably leave it where it was."
Cox and Arquette recently appeared together at "Scream 4" press events, including a recent Los Angeles premiere, to promote their new movie "Scream 4," months after they announced their trial separation. In January, Arquette underwent treatment for alcohol addiction. It reported that he and Cox have recently spent time together and may have reconciled.
Campbell underwent her own separation - last year, she filed for divorce from husband John Light. The two wed in 2007. She was married to actor Jeff Colt between 1995 and 1998. Campbell has no children.
Check out the trailer for "Scream 4" below.
Reporting by Chris Balish, co-host of KABC Television's entertainment show "On The Red Carpet" (check for local TV listings).