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‘Scream’ star defends decision to ‘undress’ at red carpet event | Local News

‘Scream’ star defends decision to ‘undress’ at red carpet event

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Dylan Minnette is responding to criticism he received on social media for what he wore at a promotional event for his new movie, “Scream.”

In a video circulating on social media, Minnette posed for photos with two of her classmates, Mason Gooding and Jack Quaid, at what appeared to be a red carpet event. Gooding wore a dark blue suit and a heather turtleneck while Quaid wore a brown suit with a double breasted blazer. Minnette, meanwhile, wore a plain light blue top and a pair of baggy jeans.

Mason Gooding, Jack Quaid, Dylan Minnette (Alex J. Berliner / AP)

“Who shows up in jeans and a t-shirt?” »A Twitter user wrote in response to the clip. “Move for real men.”

Another one tweeted, “The guy at the end didn’t get the dress code note, eh.”

Jack Quaid, Jasmin Savoy Brown, Melissa Barrera, Sonia Ammar, Mason Gooding, Mikey Madison, Dylan Minnette (Alex J. Berliner / AP)

Jack Quaid, Jasmin Savoy Brown, Melissa Barrera, Sonia Ammar, Mason Gooding, Mikey Madison, Dylan Minnette (Alex J. Berliner / AP)

The 25-year-old actor defended his decision on Twitter while clarifying his choice of casual attire.

“To all of those who completely demolished me for ‘underdressing’ the ‘first scream red carpet’ … it was not a first,” he said. tweeted Saturday January 8. “Our premiere was (unfortunately) canceled. of course I would have dressed for the occasion of a silly first !! ”

He shared a second tweet in a thread, adding: “It was a standard press conference day where there is no pressure on a dress code, and there was a group photo taken at noon with a photographer.”

“I also didn’t know there would be a red carpet,” he explained before mocking himself. “And it’s also just a very unfortunate video lol.”

Minnette took a moment on social media to also clarify one of the popular criticisms of her “t-shirt”, writing, “Also, it was a sweater, not a t-shirt, so”.

Fans of the “13 Reasons Why” star showed their support for the actor in replies to his tweets, along with a fan writing, “You look great, wear what you want and what makes you most comfortable. People are weird.

Dylan Minnette (Alex J. Berliner / AP)

Dylan Minnette (Alex J. Berliner / AP)

“You didn’t have to explain everything, even if it was the first one, you should wear what you like and make yourself comfortable, and besides, you looked amazing anyway”, another fan tweeted. “2022 and we still can’t let people do / wear whatever they want without criticizing. “

Another user said he would prefer to see more casual looks for red carpet events, writing “wtf? I think your underwear is awesome. I want to see more celebrities do it.

The original red carpet premiere of the fifth film in the “Scream” franchise was scheduled for January 11 ahead of its theatrical release on January 14, but was canceled last week due to concerns about the omicron variant and rising sales. COVID-19 cases across the country, Variety reported.

It’s been over 25 years since the classic slasher movie debuted, spawning three subsequent installments in the years leading up to the new remake. This episode of the movie “Scream” also sees the return of some beloved characters from the franchise. Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette have all reprized their roles as Sidney Prescott, Gale Weathers, and Deputy Dewey Riley, respectively, though Ghostface’s identity this time around is still a secret.

The veterans of “Scream” are joined by new castmates Minnette, Gooding and Quaid as well as Jenna Ortega, Melissa Barrera, Kyle Gallner, Sonia Ammar, Mikey Madison, Jasmin Savoy Brown and Reggie Conquest.

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