I don't think we'll get a good cat and mouse chase scene in Scream 6 either. People now mostly venture out to the theaters to see a spectacle: huge super hero movies with little plot, high action, and a multitude of "multi-verse" characters all thrown together. Slasher chase scenes are the natural cumulation of a slow burning plot. It's a crescendo point made possible through a developed character's turning point. The final person initially runs, slowly tries their hand at being cunning, and then finally picks up the sword in their own rite of passage to defeat the killer. This type of thread needs to be nurtured and is highly prone to collapsing under the weight of the new theatrical model. For the slasher genre to succeed, it will have to thrive in streaming, cable television, or podcast form.