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Universal Pictures Confirms Release Dates for ‘Halloween Kills’ and ‘Halloween Ends’ Sequels

Halloween
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The saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode isn’t over.

Universal Pictures today announced release dates for two new films in the iconic Halloween series confirming previous rumors.

 

This comes as no surprise considering the response from fans for David Gordon Green’s Halloween. Jamie Lee Curtis is coming back and David Gordon Green will be directing both ‘Halloween Kills’ and ‘Halloween Ends.’ The title of the latter would make one think this is the end of the Gordon Green trilogy after the next wave. But I doubt it will be the last we see of Michael Myers. He never truly dies and why would he when  the last chapter of the Halloween franchise went on to become the highest-grossing installment at more than $250 million worldwide.

Here are the details and teams behind each of the next two films along with a teaser announcement trailer.

HALLOWEEN KILLS will be released on Friday, October 16, 2020.
Written by David Gordon Green & Danny McBride & Scott Teems, based on characters created by John Carpenter and Debra Hill, the film will be directed by David Gordon Green and produced by Malek Akkad, Jason Blum and Bill Block. John Carpenter, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jeanette Volturno, Couper Samuelson, Danny McBride, David Gordon Green and Ryan Freimann are executive producers. Ryan Turek is overseeing the project for Blumhouse.

HALLOWEEN ENDS will be released on Friday, October 15, 2021.
Written by David Gordon Green and Danny McBride, and Paul Brad Logan and Chris Bernier, based on characters created by John Carpenter and Debra Hill, the film will be directed by David Gordon Green and produced by Malek Akkad, Jason Blum and Bill Block. John Carpenter, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jeanette Volturno, Couper Samuelson, Danny McBride, David Gordon Green and Ryan Freimann are executive producers. Ryan Turek is overseeing the project for Blumhouse.

 

 

 

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