June 15, 2023  225 
Scream VI Red Carpet Photos & UHD Captures

The gallery has been updated with UHD captures from Jack’s cameo in Scream VI, as well as HQ photos of him attending the global premiere of the film in March.

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June 04, 2023  70 
Jack Quaid Comments on Brief Role in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

Jack Quaid, who has a small voice role in the film, is excited to see Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse on the big screen.

After years of anticipation, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has made its way to movie theaters. The animated superhero sequel features a wide array of Spider-People from alternate realities, and an ensemble voice cast has been enlisted to bring the various web-slingers to life. Leading the cast are Shameik Moore as Miles Morales, Earth-42’s Spider-Man, alongside Hailee Steinfeld as Gwen Stacy, a Spider-Woman from another universe.

In the new film, a brief scene reveals the Peter Parker from this Gwen Stacy’s universe. That incarnation of Peter is voiced by Jack Quaid. Taking to Twitter after the movie was release, Quaid offered some high praise to the movie while letting his followers know about his own involvement as a part of the cast, albeit briefly.

Quaid tweeted, “Saw Spider-Verse. Loved Spider-Verse. I’m *technically* IN Spider-Verse (for like a second). I can’t say enough good things about this movie. Go see it, it’s unbelievable. Congrats to the amazingly talented team behind it.”

Quaid is very well known for his main role in the superhero satire series The Boys. He also recently took part in another animated superhero project, voicing Alberto Falcone in the animated film Batman: The Long Halloween. He is also voicing Clark Kent in the upcoming animated series My Adventures with Superman, coming to Adult Swim this year. His other recent voiceover work includes Harvey Girls Forever!, Star Trek: Lower Decks, and Solar Opposites. He will appear in Christopher Nolan’s new movie Oppenheimer, coming to theaters in July.

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May 25, 2023  63 
Jack Quaid Set to Star in ‘Companion’

Drew Hancock wrote the script and will also direct the movie.

Jack Quaid, one of the stars of Amazon’s The Boys, has signed on to topline Companion, a sci-fi thriller from the team behind last year’s horror hit Barbarian.

Drew Hancock wrote the original script and is making his directorial debut with the feature, whose many plot points are being kept hush-hush.

Despite the secretive nature of the project, the pedigree is notable. Zach Cregger, who wrote and directed Barbarian, is producing the feature along with Raphael Margules and J.D. Lifshitz of BoulderLight Pictures, right now some of the biggest hustlers in town, and horror kingpin Roy Lee of Vertigo.

BoulderLight’s Tracy Rosenblum and Vertigo’s Andrew Childs will executive produce.

Companion was won by New Line in a hot horror auction near the beginning of the year. It was initially going to act as BoulderLight and Cregger’s follow-up to Barbarian before the filmmaker switched tracks to focus on his own script, Weapons, also now casting and at New Line. But the team helped Companion land not just a home but greenlit the start of production, backing Hancock to make his directorial debut.

Quaid is having a geek moment this week. The actor is one of the voice stars of the popular Paramount+ animated series Star Trek: Lower Decks and starring in another hit Star Trek show, Strange New Worlds. In the trailer for the series, it was revealed that he would be crossing his character, Ensign Boimler, over to the live-action realm when the new season begins June 17.

Quaid also starred in Paramount’s 2002 reboot of Scream alongside legacy cast members Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette, and next appears as part of the all-star cast of Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, which includes Cillian Murphy, Robert Downey Jr., Matt Damon, and Emily Blunt. Oppenheimer is due to hit theatres on July 21.

The actor is repped by UTA, Anonymous Content, and Sloane Offer.

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March 18, 2023  67 
Scream 6 Ghostface Motives & Identity Dissected By Writers

Warning: This article contains spoilers for Scream 6.

Scream 6’s screenwriters have broken down the motivations of the film’s new Ghostface killers. The film, which takes place in New York City, follows the survivors of Scream 2022 as they make their way to college at Blackmore University. They band together with fellow survivors Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox) and Kirby Reed (Hayden Panettiere) to fight back against a new Ghostface, eventually learning that the killers behind this new spree are Detective Bailey (Dermot Mulroney) and his children Ethan (Jack Champion) and Quinn (Liana Liberato), seeking revenge for the death of third sibling Richie (Jack Quaid) in the previous film.

Entertainment Weekly sat down with writers James Vanderbilt and Guy Busick to break down the Scream 2 Easter eggs – both intentional and unintentional – in the newly released Scream 6. One thing they discussed was the way that the family revenge motive mirrored Mrs. Loomis’ killing spree in 1997’s Scream 2. Rather than just mimicking that film just because, they found it more “primal and emotion–based” to “[pit] two families against each other” in the third act of the film. Read Busick’s full quote below:

Because the motive of the killers in [2022’s] Scream was about an idea — toxic fans killing people to provide new source material for their favorite franchise which they felt had gone off the rails — we wanted the motive in VI to be primal and emotion–based. When we landed on Richie’s family coming after Sam for revenge for killing Richie, it felt right. Although we’d seen an unhinged parent coming after our hero for revenge in 2, we had never seen a full family of psychos. The movie is ultimately about pitting two families against each other: the Baileys vs. the Carpenters and their found family, the Meeks–Martin twins.

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