The night he came home – again. Michael Myers returns to the big screen for one last ride in the upcoming sequel Halloween is over.
After the success of Halloween 2018 and 2021 Halloween Kills, Jamie Lee Curtis and director David Gordon Green work together again for the third installment of the series. “It will make people very angry,” he said Scream Queens alum said movie blog The Illuminerdi in October 2021. “It will stimulate people. People will be upset by this. And it’s a beautiful way to end this trilogy. “
When Green signed on to revive the franchise slasher in 2017, he decided to wipe the plate, erasing every sequel from the many sequels that have premiered since the original Carnival released in 1978. This means that Laurie Strode (Curtis) is not Michael’s sister, as revealed in 1981 Halloween II. He also does not have a daughter named Jamie (Daniel Harris), which appeared in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers.
“I feel that what happened to Michael Myers, unfortunately, is in those later sequels that almost became Frankenstein’s monster. “He became this superman – nothing could really kill him.” Danny McBride explained to Business Insider in May 2017. “That no longer makes him scary. “For us, we look at it, and it is much scarier to have this man hiding in the shadows as you take out the trash in the backyard, as opposed to a guy who could be shot multiple times and still come back to life.”
Although McBride and Green started young with their trilogy, they continued to fill their films with tons of references to previous sequels. In Halloween Killsfor example, some Haddonfield, Illinois residents wear the witch, skeleton, and lantern masks that came to the fore in 1982. Halloween III: Season of the Witchthe only movie in the franchise that does not have Michael Myers.
Halloween Kills it also included his return Kyle Richards as Lindsay Wallace, who was one of the children that Laurie cared for in the original film.
“I had no idea it would be such a big deal and that, you know, it would still have fans passionate about it after all these years. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star exclusively said Us Weekly in October 2021. “Just like when I signed up to do Housewives, I thought I was doing a job for two months and I did not know if it would be a failure or a success. “So you never know.”
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