David Gordon Green Confirms Exorcist Sequel

Back in December, it was reported that Blumhouse and Morgan Creek Productions’ planned upcoming installment in ‘The Exorcist’ franchise had found its director in David Gordon Green (‘Halloween’, ‘Halloween Kills’). At the time, it was rumored that this new film would be a sequel to the original film and not a reboot of the “scariest film ever … Read more

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Halloween Kills Release Date Confirmed.

Halloween Kills Release Date October 15th

Great news Blumhouse has confirmed the Halloween Kills Release Date for October 15th 2021. “The saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode continues in the next thrilling chapter of the Halloween series.” Halloween Kills is an upcoming American slasher film directed by David Gordon Green and written by Green, Danny McBride and Scott Teems. The … Read more

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A New Exorcist Sequel Being Developed From Blumhouse

It appears to be an excellent day for another exorcism, as a new installment in ‘The Exorcist’ franchise is in the works from Blumhouse and Morgan Creek Productions. The original ‘Exorcist’ was released in 1973 and starred Linda Blair, Ellen Burstyn, Jason Miller, and Max von Sydow. The film, based off the original novel and … Read more

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Blumhouse confirms Halloween Kills trailer soon.

Halloween Kills Trailer

Blumhouse has tweeted out to the fans of the Halloween Franchise that the official trailer for Halloween Kills will be coming soon. Are you excited about Blumhouse and David Gordon Green’s Halloween Kills? Spread the love

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JASON BLUM post COVID-19 OG Halloween poster.

blumhouse halloween covid-19 poster

Blumhouse and chief director David Gordon Green’s Halloween Kills is said to be greater, badder, and meaner than the first. In any case, it would appear that maker Jason Blum is keeping his comical inclination as he simply shared a fun (and comical image) Halloween spoof banner roused by the ongoing isolation’s around the world. … Read more

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‘Halloween’ Opening weekend gains $91.8M at the Box Office

Early gauges have pegged the opening to the David Gordon Green-guided continuation of John Carpenter’s 1978 exemplary at around $77.5M. Lamentably, Halloween’s worldwide opening wasn’t so powerful as that of Sony’s symbiote. Early gauges report that the slasher restoration took in $14.3M abroad for a $91.8M worldwide take (Venom had a $200M worldwide opening). Fun … Read more

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