Stellar Thriller Movie Joins Paramount+ As Part Of April Additions
Paramount+ just added a ton of great content for April, and the streamer included a stellar thriller as part of the new additions. Subscribers to Paramount+ can now stream panic room, a critically acclaimed 2002 crime thriller that stars Jodie Foster and Jared Leto. Anyone interested in trying a free trial of Paramount+, in order to watch panic roomcan do it in click here.
panic room was directed by David Fincher (Seven, The social network), from a screenplay written by David Koepp. It follows a mother (Foster) and her daughter (played by a pre-Dusk Kristen Stewart) as they desperately try to hide from intruders (Leto, Forest Whitaker and Dwight Yoakam) who have broken into their new home looking for valuables left behind by the previous owner. The film is incredibly taut and well done, with both fans and critics praising it for the way it executes its premise. panic room was also a financial success, earning just under $200 million at the box office, against a budget of $48 million. Although the film failed to win any major US awards, Foster received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Actress for her role in the film.
Paramount+ currently has a number of great thrillers and horror movies, in addition to panic roomas Scream (2022) the sequel reboot of the franchise that premiered in theaters just a few months ago. Subscribers to the streaming service can now watch the hit film anytime. Notably, the streamer also includes the rest of the Scream franchise movies as well, so fans can also check out movies 1-4 in addition to 5. Those interested in trying a free trial of Paramount+ can do so by click here.
New Scream The film officially opened on January 12 and brings back original franchise stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette. In the film, Woodsboro teenager Tara (played by Jenna Ortega) is seen being stalked and attacked by Ghostface, similar to how Barrymore’s Casey Becker was killed in the first film. Dewey (Arquette), who is no longer Sheriff of Woodsboro, contacts Sidney (Campbell) and tells him “it’s happening” again, then texts Gail to let her know as well. Chaos and bloodshed bring the final three survivors together once again, as they are the only ones to have withstood the onslaught of each Ghostface killing spree.