Bella Thorne Talks About Her Opening Death Scene In Upcoming "Scream" Series

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Bella Thorne has a lot going for her these days!

As the seeming new "it" girl, Bella Thorne just landed a major movie role opposite Patrick Schwarzenegger and has new projects popping up all the time.

One project that Bella Thorne recently completed was a short, but important role in MTV's upcoming TV adaptation of the Scream movies.

During a Facebook Q&A, Bella Thorne accidentally let it slip that she dies in the first scene, a la Drew Barrymore.

A fan asked Bella Thorne, "Bella it’s true that you will appear on the first episode of scream TV series in 2015?"

Buona Notte

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Bella Thorne then replied, "yes it is true. i will re-enact the famous scene of drew barrymore in the original series."

Bella Thorne turned down the lead role in the MTV remake due to time and travel restraints, but is still glad to be a part of the show.

on my way to the Late Night with Seth Meyers #Scream @latenightseth

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Bella Thorne said, "It just didn’t end up working out relocation-wise. I just couldn’t do it. I’m too young to relocate."

Scream is being filmed in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Bella Thorne added, "I love my mom and my brother. Although that sounds very immature, I’m still a kid at heart. I like being home in my bed and I can’t lose my brother just yet. We’re best friends."

Aw, that's sweet.

The clarity of perception makes reality look as it is

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Besides, Bella Thorne gets to join a short and illustrious list of actors who die in the opening scenes of Scream movies. Drew Barrymore, Jada Pinkett Smith, Mike Epps, and Kristen Bell all died before the movies ever got started.

What do you think of Bella Thorne's new role and her new place as one of the hottest young actors in Hollywood? Will you be watching Scream?

Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.

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