Hot on the heels of the first teaser trailer for the anticipated horror sequel Halloween Kills, Universal Pictures has shifted the release dates for both that film and its follow-up. In addition, Universal is shuffling around Blumhouse’s upcoming Candyman remake, and The Forever Purge, the next installment of The Purge franchise. Get the latest release date changes to update your depressing calendar below. Read More »
What will happen in the upcoming new Halloween sequels, Halloween Kills, and Halloween Ends? We know that Jamie Lee Curtis is coming back, and we also know from casting news that several other characters from John Carpenter’s original are back as well. Now, Curtis is offering the tiniest bit of insight into what we can expect when Michael Myers returns yet again.
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In the middle of all the insanity at San Diego Comic-Con last week, Halloween creator John Carpenter announced that two more sequels would shoot back-to-back. Halloween Kills arrives on the big screen in 2020, and Halloween Ends sounds like it will complete the new thread of the franchise in 2021. Jamie Lee Curtis will be back for both of them, but it wouldn’t be a Halloween movie without The Shape to stalk her, and the original actor who played Michael Myers in 1978 will be back yet again. Read More »
Universal revealed plans for two more Halloween sequels last week. Halloween Kills will pick up where the 2018 sequel left off. Halloween Ends promises (threatens?) to end the series once and for all. That will be the 11th sequel, and if you include the Rob Zombie remake and its sequel, there will be 13 movies total. Even Friday the 13th hasn’t made it to 13.
Writer Danny McBride and writer/director David Gordon Green were at WarnerMedia’s Television Critics Association party for their new HBO show The Righteous Gemstones. /Film spoke to them about whether Halloween Kills would really be the end, their plan for the trilog,y and new kills.
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Two more Halloween sequels are coming our way. Halloween Kills will continue the battle between Michael Myers and Laurie Strode in 2020, while Halloween Ends will conclude the saga on 2021. The news was revealed by John Carpenter himself, so that’s about as official as it gets. More on the new Halloween sequels below.
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