Kevin Williamson says more screams are on the way.
At 32, he's the screenwriter of "Scream" and "Scream 2, horror flicks that were inspired by what he saw around him -- or rather, by what he didn't see.
"I looked around and asked myself: What's missing from the marketplace? The answer was a scary movie populated with young kids, so the young audience will see it," Williamson said in Friday's New York Times.
"It was a calculated business move. I was hoping it would pay off."
It did. Williamson signed a $20 million contract with Miramax, and "Scream 2" has already grossed $55 million at the box office.
More scary stuff is on the way: Williamson said he's already working on "Scream 3."