David Arquette listens to music as he whizzes through West Hollywood on an e-bike
David Arquette looked cool as he rode an e-bike through West Hollywood on Wednesday.
The Scream actor, 50, appeared deep in thought as he descended Melrose Avenue with headphones on.
He stayed casual and wore a denim jacket, blue pants and a white and red T-shirt.
Cruise: David Arquette enjoyed a solo bike ride along Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood on Wednesday
David kept his belongings in a small black leather bag over his body.
The laid-back look continued as he smoothly brushed back his salt and pepper locks while keeping a hint of stubble along his jaw.
Arquette – who shares daughter Coco with ex-wife Courteney Cox – recently revealed how he paid tribute to the late Scream director Wes Craven while working on the upcoming fifth sequel.
“I do a lot of things, like listening to music that was popular during the first movie, just reliving the memories and thinking about Wes a lot,” he told 9Honey.
Tune in: The Scream actor, 50, appeared deep in thought as he made his way down the street wearing headphones
Arquette – who shares daughter Coco with ex-wife Courteney Cox – recently revealed how he paid tribute to the late Scream director Wes Craven as he worked on the upcoming fifth sequel.
“I don’t know if people are religious, but I say some kind of prayer to him and I feel his spirit around me… What I mean is, I say a prayer and I have it in my heart.”
In the fifth Scream movie, simply called Scream, the masked killer Ghostface will once again return to terrorize a new group of teenagers.
Arquette will return as Dewey Riley, the town’s sheriff and a role he has played since the original Scream in 1996.
He said he was more than excited to reprise the role, describing Dewey as a “sweet character” and someone he “loves” to play.
“There aren’t many movies you make in the last 24 years,” he added. “It’s really an incredible opportunity to be able to play a character for that long to see the growth.”
The story continues: in the fifth Scream movie, simply titled Scream, the masked killer Ghostface will return once again to terrorize a new group of teenagers
Iconic: Arquette returns as Dewey Riley, the town’s sheriff and a role he has played since the original Scream in 1996. Pictured with Courteney Cox in Scream
Arquette emphasized the importance of Dewey’s role, noting that it was his breakthrough role and allowed him to form a close bond with Craven – who also directed horror classics A Nightmare on Elm Street and The Hills Have Eyes.
“To me, playing the part and how much of an impact Wes Craven has made on my life, it really has a lot more weight and significance to me than just a one-off movie,” he said.
Scream (2022) is directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, who both helmed the well-received 2019 horror film Ready or Not.
Arquette says the two directors have continued Craven’s legacy, doing him “justice” in the latest film from the slasher franchise.
Tribute: Arquette said the two directors of the new Scream movie, Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, have continued Wes Craven’s (left-wing) legacy and done him “right.” Pictured in 2010