The trio will reunite with director Wes Craven for "Scream 4," Dimension Films announced on Tuesday.
All three stars will reprise their roles from the original "Scream" movie, which was released in 1996. Fright film master Craven has helmed all of the "Scream" films so far.
Joining the returning vets will also be a new group of young actors, the studio announced. However, no further casting details were available.
The fourth installment – which will hit theaters on April 15, 2011 — comes more than a decade after "Scream 3" was released in February 2000.
"Working with Courteney, David and Neve was a blast ten years ago and I'm sure it will be again. And I can't wait to find the talent that will bring new blood to the screen as well," Craven said in a statement.
All told, the "Scream" film franchise has grossed more than $500 million at the worldwide box office.
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