• "The Drew Barrymore Show" will have the cast of the "Scream" reboot as guests all week, leading up to the film's premiere Friday
  • Courteney Cox, David Arquette and Neve Campbell will appear on the show Monday
  • New cast members Jenna Ortega, Mason Gooding, Jasmin Savoy Brown and Sonia Ammar will also sit down with Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore received a phone call from Ghostface in a promo video for "Scream Week" on her talk show.

Barrymore, 46, teased the guest appearances of "Scream's" original stars and new cast members in this week's episodes of "The Drew Barrymore Show" in a sneak peek shared on the show's official Twitter account.

"Coming up on the #DrewBarrymoreShow, Drew is celebrating #Scream all week long!" the show announced Saturday.

In the promo, Barrymore answered a '90s cordless phone after popping a bowl of popcorn. "Hello, Drew. Do you like scary movies?" the film's killer Ghostface asked, to which she jokingly replied: "Wait, do I know you?"

Ghostface went on to reveal that original "Scream" stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette will appear in Monday's episode of "The Drew Barrymore Show." It has been more than 25 years since they starred together in Wes Craven's original 1996 slasher film.

"And my character didn't quite make it, but I'll be here too," Barrymore said in the video, referencing her character Casey Becker's iconic opening scene.

The celebration of the hit blockbuster movie series will continue with Jenna Ortega's appearance on the talk show Tuesday. Ortega plays Tara Carpenter in the film, who appears to take the reins from Casey in the latest "Scream" installment.

Mason Gooding, Dylan Minnette, Jasmin Savoy Brown, Sonia Ammar and Mikey Madison will be Barrymore's guests Wednesday. They will be followed by Melissa Barrera, who will sit down with Barrymore Thursday.

In November 2020, Cox shared an update about the "Scream" reboot, also referred to as "Scream 5," on Instagram. She posted throwback set photos after they wrapped production.

"'Scream' just wrapped," Cox wrote. "This all started 25 years ago directed by the beloved Wes Craven. Walking back on the set 25 years later, I wasn’t sure what to expect."

She said that she found an "incredible new cast" and "two uber talented directors," referring to Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett.

She also gave a shoutout to Kevin Williamson, the creator and original writer of "Scream," and said that the late director, Craven, would be proud of their work. Craven died of a brain tumor at age 76 in 2015.

Campbell also spoke about the fifth "Scream" film during an interview with Entertainment Weekly in October 2021. She admitted that appearing in a reboot that wouldn't be directed by Craven had not been an easy decision to make.

"I genuinely was in two minds," she told EW. "The idea of making these films without Wes Craven seemed challenging to me. I loved the man very much. But Matt and Tyler wrote me a letter, speaking of their appreciation and great respect for Wes Craven, and speaking of the fact that the very reason that they are directors today was because of these movies and because of Wes, and that meant a great deal to me."

"Scream" hits theaters Friday.

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In Picture: Drew Barrymore attends Netflix's 'Santa Clarita Diet' Season 3 Premiere at Hollywood Post 43 on March 28, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Getty Images/Presley Ann