Following the lukewarm reaction to Halloween Kills, writer/director David Gordon Green has be discussing the direction of the upcoming Halloween Ends in several interviews.
Halloween Kills is a 2021 American slasher film directed by David Gordon Green and written by Green, Danny McBride and Scott Teems. The film is a sequel to 2018’s Halloween and the twelfth installment in the Halloween franchise.
The film stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Nick Castle, who reprise their roles as Laurie Strode and Michael Myers, with James Jude Courtney also portraying Myers again. Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, and Will Patton also reprise their roles from the previous film, with Anthony Michael Hall, Robert Longstreet and Thomas Mann joining the cast amongst ‘legacy’ cast members Charles Cyphers, Kyle Richards and Nancy Stephens.
David Gordon Green’s Halloween Kills is finally making its way into cinemas and streaming on Peacock on October 15.
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 and Nancy Stephens as Nurse Marion Chambers.
During BlumFest a new featurette was released highlighting some of these reunions. As co-writer Danny McBride explains, it was about “finding ways to keep them involved with the story.”
Announced back in April, HBO is currently developing a Hellraiser television series, with Halloween Kills director David Gordon Green set to direct the pilot and several more initial episodes that brings to the small screen for the first time the iconic pincushion-headed villain who heads a group of pasty-faced villains sent from hell, known as the Cenobites.
Deadline reports tonight that Clive Barker himself has joined the Exec Producing team.
HBO has made a deal to develop a series from the classic horror franchise Hellraiser.
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.
For the first time since 1981, original Halloween star Charles Cyphers has reprised the role of Sheriff Leigh Brackett.
Halloween Kills is currently slashing its was through production, and the casting announcements keep coming!
Many original Haddonfield residents will appear in this latest instalment with Jamie Leigh Curtis promising the return of “MANY original characters and their performers”.￼
As Halloween Kills prepares for production, many fans of the franchise are wondering how many original Haddonfield residents will appear in this latest installment.
Blumhouse recently announced the return of characters Lindsey Wallace (played by original actress Kyle Richards), and Tommy Doyle (this time being played by Anthony Michael Hall) – with Jamie Leigh Curtis promising the return of “MANY original characters and their performers”.
Halloween Kills has cast another Haddonfield native now all grown up.
Anthony Michael Hall will join Jamie Lee Curtis in Halloween Kills, the latest sequel in Blumhouse and Universal’s horror franchise.