‘Halloween Kills’: Michael Myers Rises From Ashes in New Sequel Image

The long-awaited sequel “ Halloween Kills: The Terror Continues ” released a new image, showing iconic killer Michael Myers emerging from the burning debris of Laurie Strode’s (Jamie Lee Curtis) hut.

In an interview with Empire, director David Gordon Green spoke more about the current themes the film will explore:

“This film is about the fear of the community, the paranoia, the misinformation and the panic of the crowd. This movie is a great movie in the popcorn genre and it’s not really a statement, but it’s weird how things line up. It couldn’t be a more interesting time to release a movie like this.

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“Halloween Kills: Terror Continua” will be of an advanced age and may only be viewed by adults or minors accompanied by a guardian.

The terror was categorized as “bloody strong violence, macabre images, language and drug use”.

Keep in mind that the 2018 reboot also received the same rating.

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The film’s premiere has been postponed and will hit theaters on October 15, 2021.

According to producer and creator John Carpenter, the cut for feature film theaters is ready and pretty intense.

“The cup is ready. They will publish it in New York next week. Then it will be in the box. My work is done. The film is something completely new. It’s fun, intense and brutal, a hundred times slasher movie, something big. It is gigantic. I’ve never seen anything like it ”.

The third film has been postponed until October 2022.

The new films will feature several well-known characters from the franchise, such as Lindsey Wallace (Kyle Richards), Tommy Doyle (Anthony Michael Hall), Marion Chambers (Nancy Stephens), Leigh Brackett (Charles Cyphers) and Lonnie Elam (Robert Longstreet). ).

David Gordon Green, responsible for the 2018 reboot, returns in management.

Curtis stars in both sequences, which will also bring the return of Robert Longstreet, Kyle Richards and Anthony Michael Hall. Judy Greer and Andi Matichak are also returning.

A public and critical success, the reboot of “Halloween” grossed $ 255.4 million worldwide, achieving a 79% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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