For health care workers, the N95 mask is an invaluable line of defense against the Coronavirus. These highly protective respirators can keep doctors and nurses from getting infected by patients, but the world is quickly running out of them.
With the US being no exception to this shortage, Trancas International Films, along with Blumhouse Productions, Miramax and Universal Pictures have come up with a way to help.
With filming all wrapped up on Halloween Kills, the production companies behind the latest Michael Myers film have recently donated their unused reserve of N95 masks stemming from the production to Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Halloween Kills will be heading to Haddonfield Memorial Hospital, the location of the 1981 sequel a film no longer canon to the modern sequels.
In the same vein of its predecessor, Halloween Kills is set to have many returning characters appear.
Charles Cyphers has reprised the role of Sheriff Leigh Brackett one of many fan favourites of the original 1978 Halloween.
Some of the other confirmed stars from the first movie set to return are Kyle Richards as Lindsey Wallace, Nancy Stephens as Nurse Marion Chambers and Nick Castle once again sharing the role of Michael Myers with James Jude Courtney.
Of course Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer and Andi Matichak are also all set to return for the sequel as the surviving members of the Strode family.
Meanwhile, the Tommy Doyle character played by Brian Andrews in the original movie is also returning for Halloween Kills, but the role has been recast with Anthony Michael Hall and this instalment will also see Robert Longstreet as Lonnie Elam.
Halloween Kills is scheduled to be released in the United States on October 16, 2020.
Originally reported by HalloweenMovies.com