It has been a while since the world saw Neve Campbell on the big screen, and with the release of Skyscraper on July 13, the scream star will make a huge comeback. However, with the success of the thriller franchise of the '90s / early' 90s, one might wonder why Campbell did not process red carpets over the years. According to a recent Late Night With interview with Stephen Colbert, the reasons why Neve Campbell left Hollywood for Scream 4 are understandable. Campbell stopped at Colbert's late-night show to talk about Skyscraper on July 10, Hollywood's biggest names, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. The action-packed thriller tells the story of a former FBI agent and war veteran played by Johnson, who was set to set one of China's tallest and safest buildings on fire. And in addition to cleaning up his name, Johnson also has to save his wife and children, who just happen to be over the fire line. Campbell plays Johnson's wife, and after showing a clip of her as she visits Colbert, it's clear she's in her element. What has kept Campbell from invading her talents in Hollywood in her last decade? When she gave Colbert her explanation, she simply said, "It took me a minute." The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on YouTube She continued, "In my 20's everything was so fast and so big that it was a bit overwhelming, wonderfully natural, and I'm very thankful for it, but it has also reached a level where the Things I was offered were not the things I wanted to do, I was always offered horror movies because I was known for horror movies or bad romantic comedies. "Besides the role of Sidney Prescott in all four scream films, Campbell was also Known for their roles in the sitcom cult classic Party of Five and the 90s Sensation The Craft. The Canadian actor was and still is one of the most famous faces in Hollywood. But for Campbell, she did not want to be catapulted into glory fast. After not caring about the monotony of romantic comedy and horror projects, she decided to travel to London, where she could lead a fairly normal life. She said to Colbert, "It's just very different, I literally did not feel disturbed, people asked me what I did for a living, I said," I do "and they say," Oh, OK. " It was so nice. "But being across the pond, Campbell did not stop working in Hollywood. According to her IMDb page, the actor has been working in House of Cards since 2016, and in 2012 even had a short stay with Gray's Anatomy. Aside from acting, Campbell was also very busy as a family mother – a six-year-old son named Caspian and a baby named Raynor. When catching up with E! News about her new action-packed role, the talent has talked a bit about how motherhood has influenced her acting – especially in a movie as intense as skyscraper. Campbell said, "If I just imagine something is going to happen to my kids, that kind of Mama Bear will come in and it's very easy to play a role like this." And after escorting Campbell's character to the end of the world to protect their two children in the Skyscraper clip, there's no doubt that this particular role was not meant for them. Here's the hope that Campbell refuses to take longer breaks in Hollywood because she's definitely missing.