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Dylan Minnette is sharing the (13) explanation why he wasn't really underdressed at an occasion selling the upcoming Scream movie 

On Saturday, Jan. 8, the 25-year-old actor took to Twitter to set the document straight after individuals on-line criticized his trend decisions on the latest Los Angeles picture name for the fifth movie within the collection. Dylan wore a brilliant blue shirt, black denims, and costume sneakers, whereas co-stars Mason Gooding and Jack Quaid opted for fits on the occasion, which was toned down from a correct premiere amid COVID-19 considerations.

"To everybody completely demolishing me for 'underdressing' to the 'scream premiere crimson carpet'… it wasn't a premiere," Minnette tweeted. "Our premiere was (sadly) cancelled." 

The actor assured his followers that, if the premiere hadn't been cancelled, he would've worn acceptable apparel, including, "Of course i might've dressed for the event of a premiere sillies!!"

He continued, "This was on an ordinary press junket day the place there is no stress on a costume code, and there was a gaggle picture being taken noon with one photographer. i additionally had no thought there could be a crimson carpet."

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One person commented, "Dude on the top did not get the costume code memo huh."

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Whereas one other added, "Dylan darling, what are these garments ..." A 3rd recommended that he hearth his stylist.

However some followers defended the actor. One wrote to him, "Do not apologize!!!" to which he responded, "Oh i am def not!"

He additionally tweeted, "Additionally, it was a sweater shirt, not a t-shirt, so [tongue face emoji]"

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Within the movie, set for launch on Jan. 14, Dylan performs Wes Hicks, the son of Sheriff Judy Hicks.

Directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, the film is ready 25 years after the events of the first Scream and stars a few of its unique solid, together with Courteney Cox, Neve Campbell and David Arquette. It is usually the primary installment of the collection to be produced after the death of director Wes Craven in 2015.

"I am completely excited and blown away by the administrators," screenwriter Kevin Williamson said in November 2020. "They will make Wes proud."

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