Scream 6 Set Photo Gives First Look At Hayden Panetierre’s Kirby Return

Scream 6 Set Photo Gives First Look At Hayden Panetierre's Kirby Return

A new Scream 6 set photo gives the first look at Hayden Panettiere’s Kirby returning to the long-running slasher horror movie franchise.

As audiences eagerly await her reprisal, a new Scream 6 set photo has given the first look at Hayden Panettiere’s Kirby return. The Heroes alum made her debut in the horror movie franchise with Scream 4, in which she appeared as a friend of Emma Roberts’ Jill who finds herself one of the many targets of the latest horror-obsessed Ghostface killer. Having been stabbed and seemingly left for dead in the final, Kirby’s fate was left unknown until an Easter egg hidden in 2022’s Scream confirmed her survival.

Scream 6 is set to act as a continuation of this year’s hit sequel as it follows the latest group of survivors leaving behind Woodsboro and the Ghostface killings, only to find the horror follow them. The film will see the returns of 2022’s Jenna Ortega, Melissa Barrera, Mason Gooding and Jasmin Savoy Brown as well as previous franchise vets Panettiere and Courteney Cox, while Neve Campbell will not be returning due to an infamous pay dispute. Scream 6 will also mark the franchise debuts of Dermot Mulroney, Tony Revolori and Henry Czerny and Samara Weaving, who are reuniting with their Ready or Not filmmaking team Radio Silence.


With production currently underway on the horror sequel, the official Scream franchise Twitter account revealed a new Scream 6 set photo. Taken by star Jasmin Savoy Brown, the image offers the first look at Hayden Panettiere’s Kirby Reed returning in the film. Check out the exciting set photo below:

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Source: Scream/Twitter

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