In the same vein as DC and their FanDome event this past summer, Blumhouse has announced that they’re bringing the Halloween fun to you at home this week with their first annual BlumFest.
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.
The internet has been buzzing for months with speculation and rumors surrounding the potential continuation of the Halloween franchise, which was given new life last October via director David Gordon Green’s smash hit feature Halloween, a film which went on to make over $250 million worldwide at the box office.
Well, today the wait is over, as Universal Pictures has announced release dates for two new feature films in the iconic franchise from Trancas International Films, Miramax and Blumhouse Productions: Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends.
Bloody Disgusting have reported that Dimension Films allegedly no longer has the rights to the Halloween franchise.