We have some fresh news about the upcoming Halloween Ends which is the follow-up and conclusion to the Blumhouse Halloween Franchise.
Halloween Ends will take place directly after the events that unfolded in Halloween Kills, and as the title says it ‘Ends’, NICK CASTLE has promised that the Blumhouse feature Halloween Ends will be “SURPRISING”. So what can we take from that statement?
There will be a twist in the last chapter of Halloween.
As Nick Castle, the first actor to don the famous Michael Myers mask in 1978’s Halloween, has said, according to a report on comicbook.com, this October’s Halloween Ends will surprise fans.
It was recently revealed that James Jude Courtney has done “99% of the work” in the previous three Michael Myers films and “did a tremendous job,” according to Castle, who has a cameo role in this (reportedly) last instalment.
A “small cameo” was recorded by Castle, who donned Courtney’s Myers mask briefly in Green’s Halloween and Halloween Kills, for what will be “the finale, at least.”
The actor also went to the editing studio to see how the first cut of Halloween Ends was coming along and stated, “It seems like it should be quite terrific. Castle hinted that the film’s plot and conclusion, by director David Gordon Green, will be “quite shocking” for everyone. “It’s absolutely something I don’t think you would have ever guessed, in terms of the way it’s going to unroll,” he continued.
Halloween Ends premieres in cinemas on Oct. 14, so fans have six months to consider those intriguing phrases.
Due to the “tight schedule,” it was initially intended that Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends be shot back-to-back. Blum revealed that shooting will take place in the summer of 2020 in March. Due of the COVID-19 outbreak, filming had to be covertly postponed. Wilmington, North Carolina, was slated to host production in 2021. As recently as August 2021, Courtney stated that filming would begin on January 10, 2022.. However, on January 19, 2022, shooting in Savannah, Georgia, officially started on the project, which was given the working title Cave Dweller. On the 25th of January, Curtis started shooting her parts.
Location managers wrote letters to nearby residents in February 2022 warning them of the filming’s potential for noise.
This year’s Halloween will come to an end on the 14th of October in 2022. Originally scheduled for October 15, 2021, the COVID-19 pandemic caused the release date to be postponed. 45 days after its theatrical release, Peacock will make the film accessible for online viewing.
The countdown is on for the another year of Blumhouse Halloween and I’m really excited how about you?
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