Exclusive Interview: We Talk With ‘Scream’ Star Bex Taylor-Klaus

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(via MTV)

As you remember, in the season finale, Audrey Jensen not only saved her BFF Emma, but the audience also found out that SHE was Piper’s accomplice (!!!!) Of course, none of her other surviving friends know (yet) so that’s probably gonna cause some drama later on in this season.  

But let’s focus on Audrey. Thankfully, Bex Taylor-Klaus gave me the inside scoop on what Audrey’s been up to since we saw her last, burning her letters of correspondence as Quiet Day by Fort Lean played softly in the background. Check it out!

Three months has passed since the night on the docks. What has Audrey been up to since then?

Bex Taylor-Klaus: Audrey got a job! Audrey decided that Noah couldn’t be the primary breadwinner in their friendship, she could not allow that, so she went and she got a job at the movie theater. It’s been really good for her. It gets her mind off the mess and she really hasn’t picked up her camera since the events of last season. She’s been letting other people do it for her and she’s been letting other people take care of the film department while she works under the radar.




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Do you think that she’s put away her camera out of guilt?

BTK: Most definitely, most definitely out of guilt and responsibility. She’s not having the best time. She’s had those three months where she felt kind of free and even with Noah and his incessant, you know, looking for the accomplice, she still basically [feels] like she’s gonna be fine, until Emma gets back and stuff starts happening again.

What do you think would happen if Emma were to find out that Audrey was Piper’s accomplice? How would that relationship change?

BTK: Oh God! Oh boy…oh God. I think that Audrey’s worst nightmare is Emma finding out what’s she’s done, even more so than anyone else. First and foremost, she’s afraid of Emma’s reaction, which I think is a valid concern.

If you could bring back anyone who died in season one, who would it be?

BTK: Well a lot of their deaths, they were killed to further another storyline. So I mean, if I want anyone back, it would change everything! So I’m not sure I can bring anyone back just because it changes so much. [pauses] I’m going through and each death really was, like, necessary.

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Okay, fair. How would you describe the Season 2 premiere in 5 words?

BTK: What a freakin’ ride. Eh, that’s four.

I’ll take it. And finally, here at Fangirlish, we’re all about sharing our passion for fandoms. What are you a fan of or what’s the last thing you binge-watched?

BTK: I basically binge-watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer four times a year. I’ve got some of the comics from season eight and everything. I’m a huge Buffy nerd. I like to find those little flubs, like I was on my Snapchat, [bextk], and I found a flub where in season five, they forgot to check the set for mirrors and so very, very clearly in between two characters there’s this reflected surface and you see a camera guy with a ball cap. It’s so fun.

(via MTV)
(via MTV)

Make sure you tune into the season two premiere of Scream on May 30th at 10/9c! But if you can’t wait that long (I know I can’t) MTVScream is streaming the first seven minutes of the premiere this Friday, May 13th, at 6PM EST on their Twitter page! It’s gonna be KILLER. (pun intended?)

 

Liz Harkins

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