Welcome to Hayden Panettiere Vault, Your source on the American actress Hayden Panettiere. You probably know Hayden for her big role in NBC's 'Heroes', and most recently seen in 'I Love You, Beth Cooper' or in ABC's 'Nashville'. Her upcoming projects include her return to the big screen, reprising her iconic role in the new Scream. The site's aim is to update you with all the latest news, photos and media concerning Hayden's career. Take a look around and enjoy your stay! Thank you for visiting the site and be sure to come back soon!


Written by admin on April 25, 2023

Hello everyone! Scream VI is officially available on Paramount+ and digital platforms after becoming the biggest Scream movie from the franchise in the United States scoring $107.7M at the domestic box office, while grossing $168.5M globally. I have added the HD screencaptures of every Hayden’s scenes. Did you guys watch the movie? What did you think of it?

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Written by admin on March 10, 2023

It looks like Scream VI is aiming to score big. The US previews on Thursdays grossed over $5.7M, higher than what the previous installment scored last year. It’s expected to get the biggest opening of the franchise with around $40M over the weekend (a possible $50M gross is possible).

Critically speaking, this new sequel seems to be garnering positive reviews with many praising Hayden Panettiere’s comeback as Kirby Reed and the overall darkness and bloodiness of the sequel. It averaged a 62/100 on Metacritic (from 44 reviews) and a 79% approval from RottenTomatoes (with 179 reviews).

Scream VI is already drawing blood at the box office, where it earned $5.7 million in Thursday previews from 3,125 theaters a separate special fan event.

That compares to $3.5 million in previews for last year’s Scream, and the $5.5 million in previews for last weekend’s Creed III.

Scream VI expands into a total of 3,675 cinemas today and should post a series-best domestic debut of at least $35 million over Oscar weekend for Paramount and Spyglass.

The last Scream film, released in January 2022, opened to $30 million domestically in an impressive showing for the pandemic era. The biggest North American start of the franchise belongs to 2000’s Scream 3 ($34.7 million), not adjusted for inflation.

Scream VI, which cost a reported $35 million to make before marketing, follows survivors of last year’s installment as they leave Woodsboro for New York City. Unfortunately, the menacing killer Ghostface isn’t far behind. Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, who run Radio Silence Productions with Chad Villella, returned to direct.

source: Hollywood Reporter

Written by admin on March 08, 2023

As expected, Hayden Panettiere attended the Scream VI World Premiere at AMC Lincoln Square Theater in New-York City on Monday night. She posed on the red carpet with Jasmin Savoy Brown and looked divine!


She was beforehand seen leaving her hotel in New-York to attend the premiere. Check out the HQ pictures on the gallery!

Written by admin on March 06, 2023

Pretty busy day! Hayden Panettiere was spotted earlier today at the studios of Good Morning America in New-York. Tonight, she is expected to attend the New-York premiere of Scream VI. She looked amazing, it’s so good to see her again.

Written by admin on March 06, 2023
Written by admin on March 06, 2023
Written by admin on March 06, 2023

Happy Scream VI release week guys! Today, we discover the new photoshoot Hayden was spotted doing back in late January for Women’s Health.


Studio Photoshoots > 2023 > Kimber Capriotti (Women’s Health)
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It’s the fourth consecutive day of rain in Los Angeles, and Hayden Panettiere, clad in a white sweatshirt and sweatpants, is lighting candles in the guest room of her apartment before cozying up underneath a blanket. The 33-year-old actor has owned this home since she was 16 years old— one of her first big purchases after moving from New York to L.A. and landing the role of Claire on the hit NBC series Heroes.

“This is the last place my family lived all together,” she says of her parents and younger brother, Jansen. Hayden moved multiple times over the past 15 years, including relocating to Tennessee to film the TV show Nashville. But she always held on to this place.

Recently, she’s been renovating it into her personal sanctuary since returning to L.A. after a four-year hiatus from acting. “I’ve completely redone it,” she beams, looking over her shoulder at two black-and-white prints she brought back from Montreal, where she shot Scream 6. She’s particularly fond of the lighting she installed—bulbs that change color to suit your mood. Now, they’re pink and yellow for warmth. “It feels like home,” she says.

There’s no missing the symbolism: This homecoming isn’t simply about a place. For Hayden, it’s a state of mind, a return to her roots—to herself—after years of struggling with postpartum depression and substance abuse and giving up custody of her daughter, Kaya, to her ex, retired pro boxer Wladimir Klitschko.

Hayden admits she’s nervous to do a cover tied to a movie release—it’s been awhile. But she says it’s important to her.

Plus, she has decades of experience to guide her.

Hayden started work as a child actor at 4 years old. She went from roles in popular daytime soap operas to Grammy nominee before she was 10. She starred opposite Denzel Washington in Remember the Titans at 11, and at 14, she trained to race a zebra in South Africa for the movie Racing Stripes. She’s done her own stunts (in heels) and learned to ice skate like a pro. She became a prime-time television staple for most of her teens and 20s, and while other celebrities her age were out partying, she was constantly working—and her star continued to rise.

+ read more at the source