It’s an exciting moment to be a horror fan, with a slew of new releases hitting cinemas and online providers. David Gordon Green’s Halloween Kills, which was postponed a year due to the epidemic, is one of the most eagerly anticipated future films. Following that, Halloween Ends will be released, and the director recently detailed why the third installment will be so different.
The 2018 Halloween film was a huge hit, bringing back Jamie Lee Curtis in her trademark role of Laurie Strode. Two sequels have been promptly ordered, however they appear to be entirely distinct projects.
The Director of Halloween Kills Explains Why The Third Film With Jamie Lee Curtis Will Be Different
Although Halloween Kills is about mob violence, creator Malek Akkad recently promised that the last episode will be “much more contained.” ‘I get engaged by doing something different,’ director David Gordon Green explained further. I’d pass the reins over to someone else if I was merely going to do the same thing over and over. It’s a lot of fun to think about how you can demonstrate different tones and viewpoints and evolve when you have that opportunity within an established property.’ How intriguingly mysterious. While I don’t want to give anything away about Halloween Kills or Halloween Ends, it’s evident that the current trilogy is being meticulously developed. We’ll just have to wait and see what gruesome twists and turns await us when Haddonfield returns to the big screen.
Hardcore Halloween fans who have been waiting anxiously for the release of Halloween Kills will understand David Gordon Green and Malek Akkad’s statements to Total Film. Because, unlike the 2018 sequel, which focused solely on Laurie’s anguish and how it affected her family, the sequel will follow the residents of Haddonfield as they band together to form an angry mob and attempt to murder Michael Myers. What happens after Halloween is a complete mystery.
If Halloween Ends is a more condensed plot, it’s safe to assume that many of the characters from Halloween Kills will perish. With a handful of returning performers from John Carpenter’s 1978 original reprising their roles with Jamie Lee Curtis, David Gordon Green has collected the Avengers of horror cinema. Kyle Richards, Charles Cyphers, and Nancy Stephens are among them. In addition, Anthony Michael Hall and Robert Longstreet will play adult versions of Tommy Doyle and Lonnie Elam, respectively.
While little is known about the new Halloween trilogy’s overall ambitions, the actors and crew appear to be quite excited about the direction the franchise is taking. Jamie Lee Curtis teased the events of Halloween Ends recently, saying she believes it will be her final appearance as Laurie Strode. The tale appears to be emotionally fulfilling, which is consistent with what we saw in the 2018 sequel.
On October 15th, 2021, Halloween Kills will be released in theaters. In the meantime, take a look at the movie release dates for 2021 to start planning your next cinematic adventure.