First Trailer for Blumhouse Productions 'HALLOWEEN'
Stop what you're doing. The wait is over. It's time to check out our first look at Blumhouse's 'Halloween' sequel! — After nearly forty years, Laurie Strode comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers for another night of terror. But unlike the fateful events on 1978's Halloween night, Blumhouse's sequel presents a slightly different twist on a game of cat and mouse where the mouse has seemingly become the cat. As Laurie tells Will Patton's character "Do you know that I pray every night that he would escape." "Why?" says Patton, in which Laurie responds "So I can kill him."
First Look Photos from Blumhouse’s ‘Halloween’ sequel
At this point in the game I shouldn’t have to remind you that we are merely three days away from witnessing Laurie Strode (Jaime Les Curtis) once again come face-to-face with the 'The Shape' (Nick Castle)!
Official poster for Blumhouse Productions 'Halloween' Sequel
At this point in the game I shouldn’t have to remind you that we are SIX MONTHS away from witnessing the terrifying return of the 'The Shape' (Nick Castle) along with Laurie Strode (Jaime Lee Curtis)!
'Halloween' Sequel Wraps Production
The original scream queen calls the ninth entry of the iconic slasher series “terrifying,” while the original Michael Myers draws comparisons to the first film labeling it "neighborhood-centric".
'Halloween' sequel will dial up the dread and bring back the "Creep Factor"
Danny McBride and David Gordon Green's Halloween will attempt bring back the creep factor into our homes. — In a recent interview with the Charleston City Paper (h/t Bloody Disgusting), Danny McBride, co-writer of Blumhouse Pictures upcoming Halloween sequel (not reboot!) revealed some interesting nuggets about 2018's long-anticipated reunion between Laurie Strode and her next of kin, Michael Myers.
'Halloween' (reboot) will be a direct sequel to Carpenter's '78 Halloween
David Gordon Green and Danny McBride's reboot will ignore every Halloween film after John Carpenter's 1978 classic. Wise decision? — In an interview promoting his upcoming album Anthology: Movie Themes 1974–1998, horror master John Carpenter dropped some knowledge about 2018's Halloween reboot - or shall I say - sequel.
Look who's back in David Gordon Green and Danny McBride's 'Halloween'
The original scream queen will reprise her iconic role as Laurie Strode in Blumhouse Productions Halloween. — Curtis made the official announcement on Twitter: “Same porch. Same clothes. Same issues. 40 years later. Headed back to Haddonfield one last time for Halloween. Release date 10/19/18”