Cox also appeared in the high-profile Hollywood films, Scream (1996), Scream 2 (1997), and Scream 3 (2000), as reporter Gale Weathers.She met her husband, David Arquette, who played her on-screen love interest Dwight "Dewey" Riley, while filming the first Scream film.She voiced Daisy in the animated film Barnyard (2006).A Friends reunion film was rumored to be in production following the success of Sex and the City (2008), but this has been denied by Warner Bros. Cox starred as Lucy Spiller, a cynical tabloid editor, in Dirt (2007), a television drama for FX.The moves came after pressure from bereaved families and their friends to ban private ownership of guns.In March, Ms Crozier and her son travelled to the US where they spoke about the impact of Emma’s death and the campaign which led to the UK introducing some of the strictest gun controls in the world.Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have demanded tougher laws in the US after 17 people were killed in the shooting on February 14.Ms Sturgeon told the radio station she would meet the US president if he travelled to Scotland and give voice to the values shared by both countries.
In late 2003, Cox and Arquette produced one season of the reality television series Mix It Up.
An in-joke reference to this is made in the beginning credits of the episode "The One After Vegas", where the rest of the cast has "Arquette" added to their names.
The dedication "For Courteney and David, who did get married" – a reference to Monica and Chandler's decision not to marry in the episode – appears during the fade out to the tag scene.
Her parents divorced in 1974 and her mother then married businessman Hunter Copeland (uncle to music promoter and business manager Ian Copeland).
After graduating from Mountain Brook High School, Cox left for Mount Vernon College in Washington, D.