John Carpenter has speculated that Halloween Ends may not be the final time that audiences will see Michael Myers in the Halloween franchise.
This year’s thirteenth Halloween film is being executive produced and composed by the renowned horror filmmaker John Carpenter, who was also the director of the first Halloween film, which was released in 1978.
“If the movie makes money, I don’t believe it’s the end,” Carpenter said in an interview with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
In the upcoming film that will be directed by David Gordon Green, Jamie Lee Curtis is expected to perform her role as Laurie Strode once again. According to the teaser, those who have been following the slasher series can expect to see Laurie and her brother Micheal Myers/The Shape, who has been responsible for the deaths of a significant number of people, engage in a violent confrontation.
The events of Halloween Kills take place four years after the events of this film, and the narrative focuses on Laurie while she is working on her book while residing with her granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak). However, when Allyson’s boyfriend, Corey Cunningham (Rohan Campbell), is suspected of killing the young child he was babysitting, the death sets off a wave of dread, which forces Laurie to confront both her past and her brother. The death sets off a wave of dread when Allyson’s boyfriend, Corey Cunningham (Rohan Campbell) is suspected of killing the young child he was babys While Allyson was at work, Corey was watching over the young child.
In addition, John Carpenter is not the only individual who holds the opinion that it is highly unlikely that Halloween Ends will be the final instalment in the Halloween film series. Nick Castle, who plays the character of Michael Myers with James Jude Courtney, is of the opinion that the series might perhaps still have more in store for its fans in the years to come. James Jude Courtney also plays the role of Michael Myers.
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