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Halloween KillsOne thing that we’ve been kind of bummed about in this current Halloween season is the relative lack of horror movies at the multiplex. Original Halloween actor Robert Longstreet will be returning as a grown-up Lonnie Elam in Blumhouse and director David Gordon Green’s Halloween Kills. And today the actor teased the new film has some terrifying scenes in it” and it just might be the nastiest” of them all.

Now, that’s what we’re talking about! Michael Myers! The Strodes! New characters! David Gordon Green! It certainly looks like they’re making a Halloween sequel down there, that’s for sure. And, honestly, we’d be pretty stunned if this were all an act to prevent fans from knowing what they’re really doing: making Michael Myers into the next iteration of Alfie, following in the footsteps of Michael Caine and Jude Law.

As with any franchise featuring an unkillable monster, it’s unlikely these new installments will be fans’ last trip to Haddonfield. Writer Danny McBride told Collider that the new films will have ” strong, different narratives ,” indicating these might not be straightforward follow-ups to the 2018 Halloween.

As fans know, she plays Laurie Strode, the sole survivor of Myers’ killing spree in the first film. In Halloween Kills, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards is also returning to the franchise, in her case, for the first time since appearing in the original film as Lindsey, one of the children Laurie was babysitting when the masked killer arrived in the fictional city of Haddonfield, Illinois.

While Halloween 2018 wasn’t a perfect film, many would argue it’s one of, if not the best Halloween movies to be made since John Carpenter’s 1978 classic. That’s covering a lot of ground too, at nine films between 1978 and 2018. 1981’s Halloween 2 and 1988’s Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers tend to be particularly popular with franchise fans, as is 1998’s Halloween H20, albeit to a lesser extent. Since Halloween 2018 retcons all those prior sequels, it was vital that director David Gordon Green’s film didn’t disappoint, and its positive reviews and huge profit margin speak to it not letting fans down.

Remake timeline: applies to the Halloween remake An adaptation of the events in Halloween and Halloween II, this timeline has no direct connection to the previous ones. Michael is killed in remake Halloween 2 (2009), by Sheriff Brackett and his police officers, due at the cancellation of the third movie, Halloween 3D in 2012.

But does anyone really believe that ‘Halloween’ will ever really end?The franchise announced two new installments, and Jamie Lee Curtis, who starred in the original Halloween back in 1978, and who returned for the Halloween reboot in 2018, is involved in both films, as will Danny McBride, who was also part of the 2018 reboot.

One of the new characters in 2018’s Halloween was Aaron Korey, played by Jefferson Hall. Aaron was a podcaster alongside his co-worker Dana Haines (Rhian Rees). Both Aaron and Dana met their end in a gas station rest stop after Michael seemingly kills both of them to reclaim his mask.

After nearly 15 years of captivity, Myers broke out of the asylum and, for 23 years, hunts down the rest of his family to kill them. Although the 4-6 Timeline and the H20 Timeline both follow the events of Halloween I and II , the Final Timeline only follows the events of 1978’s Halloween and 2018’s Halloween , and the killings occur at completely different dates.

I thought Halloween” the 2018 version was a great entry, but lacked the level of thrills I want when it comes to horror. It looks like Halloween Kills” might be the bloodiest and intense of the entries and I cannot wait to see the mayhem unfold, not to mention rather Laurie Strode (Curtis) meets her maker yet again. Prepare to scream on October 16, 2020 when Halloween Kills” invades multiplexes.



John Carpenter returned to the franchise he helped create with 2018’s Halloween, serving as producer after having no involvement with the series since 1982’s Halloween III: Season of the Witch. His most important contribution, though, just might have been his return to the role of composer, lending the new film the same trademark stripped-down synth sound he gave his 1978 original, albeit with a fresh flourish. But while he may be a maestro of malevolent music, Carpenter did not come to play around.

The footage also gives glimpses of other new and returning characters, including Anthony Michael Hall as an adult Tommy Doyle, so it will be fun seeing how the finished film pieces together storylines from both last year’s Halloween and the 1978 original classic.

If we take into account the original 1978 film, we will have a rare horror quartet here (others in this vein are Scream and — if you don’t count the prequels — Alien ), which can complicate the narrative arc in interesting ways. Might Halloween Ends feature a time jump like Scream 4, possibly introducing a new Strode relative into the mix? Or should we approach the new Halloween films as a trilogy? In which case, we can expect some juicy hidden backstory to emerge about Laurie’s family history, and possibly Michael’s enigmatic past. A Collider interview with writer Danny McBride suggests the trilogy theory holds water.

While 2018’s Halloween was filmed in Charleston, North Carolina, the location has moved up the road to Wilmington (at least in part) for Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends. Kills began shooting in September 2019 , with only a short break expected in between shooting each installment.

The last few years have brought a renaissance for the horror genre, which is showing no signs of slowing down. Many of the modern classics have come courtesy of Blumhouse Productions, and now the horror house has turned its focus on the classics. 2018’s Halloween was a massive critical and box office success, with two more movies ordered in order to create a new trilogy. First up is Halloween Kills, David Gordon Green’s second installment in the beloved franchise. And it might be some of of Michael’s most brutal kills.

Retcons and reboots in the series have resulted in there in being three Halloween timelines, each with their own version of Michael Myers. These differing versions have conflicting biographies, especially in the original series.

Whatever the explanation for Michael Myer’s return in Halloween Kills, the reboot series remains in good hands. Producer Jason Blum confirmed director David Gordon Green and writer Danny McBride have returned to work on the sequels.

Though Karen has always thought that her mother’s house was a prison of her own making, Laurie reveals that the cabin is in fact a trap big and strong enough to hold Michael so she can finally kill him. Laurie sets the home on fire with Michael in the basement as she, Karen, and Allyson escape. But we don’t see Michael burn. After the credits, we can hear his grotesque breathing.

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The reboot ended with the Strode family seemingly prevailing over Michael Myers by trapping him in the basement of their home and setting the place on fire. The movie ended with a shot of the burnt basement and Michael’s body nowhere to be found. A post-credits scene included Michael breathing, confirming the character survived the events of the film. That’s where Halloween Kills” is most likely to begin.

The second, Halloween Ends, intended as the finale of the saga, will be released on Friday, October 15th, 2021. Green will direct as well, from a script he co-wrote with McBride and writers new to the series, Paul Brad Logan and Chris Bernier.

Halloween : Michael is shot a few times, knifed in the chest, falls off of a second story balcony, and then is shot in the face. Is revealed to have survived in the sequel. Jamie Lee Curtis says fans will be very happy with Kyle Richards’ return as Lindsey Wallace in Halloween Kills.

All will be revealed when Halloween Kills hits theaters on October 16th, 2020. In the meantime, check out our 2020 release list to plan your next trip to the movies. Former Tommy Doyle actor Paul Rudd has given his blessings to Anthony Michael Hall taking over the role in Halloween Kills.

Halloween may be over, but for Laurie Strode and Michael Myers, the bloody holiday is just getting started, as principal photography on Halloween Kills continues. Halloween Kills opens on October 16, 2020. Richards’ ‘Halloween’ character is one of many original characters returning for ‘Halloween Kills’.

The actress says ‘Halloween Ends’ and ‘Halloween Kills’ will “unpack the first movie” and address the “cultural phenomenon of violence”. While casting hasn’t been announced, both Curtis and McBride are listed as exec producers of both films, as is original Halloween director (and composer of the iconic theme) John Carpenter.

While no official release date has been announced for ‘Halloween Kills’, the film is expected to arrive in 2020. Its sequel, ‘Halloween Ends’ is slated for a 2021 release. Happy Halloween,” Curtis’ Laurie Strode says with a smile. Charlie Benton as Officer Richards, a police officer who was murdered by Michael Myers in the previous film.

You knew something was coming, but even the most wishful-thinking Halloween fan has to be surprised by today’s news. Jamie Lee Curtis , Queen of House Strode, announced on Twitter Friday that not only is there a sequel to the 2018 movie on the way, there are two of them. And Curtis says she’s just WARMING UP.” According to a tiny clip of Laurie Strode’s burning death trap of a house, Halloween Kills will arrive on October 16, 2020, with Halloween Ends hitting on October 15, 2021. John Carpenter echoed the news on his own Twitter account. Time to get extremely excited and write your local representative about Judy Greer having a much larger role for the rest of this trilogy.


This was also the film that revealed that Laurie was actually related to Michael Myers. It’s possible that Halloween Kills could try to duplicate some aspects of Rick Rosenthal’s Halloween II by having the film mostly take place inside a hospital. However, that’s rather unlikely since Blumhouse is trying to distance their new trilogy from the previous sequels.

Halloween Kills, the sequel to 2018’s Halloween, has started production, and we’re already starting to get bits and pieces of material from the David Gordon Green-directed film. Jamie Lee Curtis, who is back as Laurie Strode, took a pic of herself back in character on her first day of shooting. And that’s not all: we now know that the sequel will be returning to a very familiar location from the original Halloween series. See the first Halloween Kills image, and learn more, below.

Nearly a year out from Halloween Kills’ theatrical release, it’s not surprising that Blumhouse and distributor Universal have yet to offer a timetable on when the sequel’s trailer will appear. The marketing of Halloween 2018 allows us to take a stab (pun intended) at predicting when said trailer will materialize. Halloween 2018 also released to theaters in October of its year, and the first trailer for that film debuted at CinemaCon 2018 in late April 2018.

While Halloween 2018 wasn’t a perfect film, many would argue it’s one of, if not the best Halloween movies to be made since John Carpenter’s 1978 classic. That’s covering a lot of ground too, at nine films between 1978 and 2018. 1981’s Halloween 2 and 1988’s Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers tend to be particularly popular with franchise fans, as is 1998’s Halloween H20, albeit to a lesser extent. Since Halloween 2018 retcons all those prior sequels, it was vital that director David Gordon Green’s film didn’t disappoint, and its positive reviews and huge profit margin speak to it not letting fans down.

The night before, she filmed some bloody scenes at a Cape Fear Community College building at Front and Walnut streets, the exterior of which was turned into Haddonfield Memorial Hospital. Haddonfield is the town at the center of the “Halloween” movies.

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