Halloween, David Gordon Green’s 2018 revival of the classic horror franchise, brought Michael Myers back for another round with Laurie Strode of Jamie Lee Curtis. But in the final scene, Laurie takes revenge and traps Michael in her burning house.
But this is Halloween. Killing Michael is never real killing
in the Halloween kills, the knife-wielding, mask-wearing serial killer is back, hot on the heels of Laurie, her daughter (Judy Greer), and her granddaughter (Andi Matichak) who thought they had finally escaped. Green has returned to direct the sequel and is again working with Danny McBride on the script. The first real trailer for the film shows how they’ll keep the “final act” of the franchise going.
Green was always meant for the end of it Halloween to play as conclusive and open end. “When you see the original film, you hear it breathing and you know it [Michael] lives on, ”said the writer and director to Polygon in 2018 in response to this house and it burns, but we hear her breath about which, depending on which cinema you are listening to, is super subtle . “
Two sequels, Halloween kills and Halloween ends, have been announced and scheduled for release in 2020 and 2021, respectively. However, both have been postponed for a full year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Halloween kills is now in cinemas on October 15, 2021.