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David Arquette recalls 'real impact' late director Wes Craven had on relationship with Courteney Cox

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They met while working together on the classic '90s horror flick and were married years later.Ahead of the release of the fifth film, David Arquette recalled how late director Wes Craven, who died of a brain tumor in 2015, had a 'real impact' on his relationship with Courteney Cox.David, who stars as Dewey Riley, fell in love onscreen with Courteney, who took on the Gale Weathers role, thanks to Craven carving out a romance for the characters.

Fond memories: David Arquette recalled how late director Wes Craven, who died of a brain tumor in 2015, had a 'real impact' on his relationship with Courteney Cox; seen in 2010'Wes had a real impact,' Arquette told PEOPLE. '[He was] like, "David, you know she likes you and you should really get your stuff together." He gave me a real man-to-man talk and that had an impact on the course of my life.' Arquette and Cox were married in 1999, nearly two years after the first Scream movie was released and welcomed a daughter, Coco, in 2004.In October 2010, they announced their separation, and finalized a divorce in 2013.

They're excited to work together again on familiar roles with friends. RIP: The famed director also created the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise and was known for his slasher films.

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