Jamie Lee Curtis dropped an exciting revelation today. Jason Blum & her have been playing with social media teasing that they've been in discussions, which led to much speculation that we'd get another HALLOWEEN after the outstanding David Gordon Green film we last received. Take a look:
Not just 1, but 2 more! Laurie seemed to turned The Shape into a crispy critter, but silly Strode. You can't burn evil away. Especially when a $10 million dollar investment returns $255 million in world wide Box Office receipts. It results in this:
Wonder if they'll bring in Kyle Richards from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, she played Lindsey, the little girl that Laurie Strode was watching in Carpenter's original HALLOWEEN. Here's what BLUMHOUSE has released about it all:
The first, titled Halloween Kills, is set for theatrical release on Friday, October 16th, 2020, with Green returning to direct from a script he co-wrote with returning collaborator Danny McBride and newcomer Scott Teems.
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.
Based on characters created by series originator John Carpenter and Debra Hills, Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends will be produced by Malek Akkad, Jason Blum and Bill Block. Green, McBride, Carpenter, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jeanette Volturno, Couper Samuelson and Ryan Freimann will serve as executive producers, with Ryan Turek overseeing both projects for Blumhouse.
The announcement comes on the birthday of late Halloween series producer Moustapha Akkad, of who his son Malek Akkad says, “No one would be more happy or more proud than my father, to see Halloween continue to resonate with fans all over the world.”
The Shape lives
Bert Bolger out