Watch the hotly-anticipated new trailer for ‘Halloween’

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Halloween will hit the big screen on October 19, 2018.

Jamie Lee Curtis reprises her role Laurie Strode, who has spent Michael's years in prison biding her time and waiting for him to escape. As the trailer states, nothing past the first Halloween happened either actually as this new film serves as a direct sequel to the original.

The film was shot in and around Charleston, SC under the working title "Uncle Orange".

It's been four decades since the original released and Halloween is finally getting a (nother) sequel, with the first trailer dropping today.

After several sequels and remakes over the last 40 years, Michael Myers is set to return in a reboot that welcomes back Jamie Lee Curtis.

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The new movie means that the Halloween H20 story line of Laurie and Michael are siblings - or the fact that Laurie had Josh Hartnett as a son - doesn't exist. As for rumors he was related to Laurie, her character's granddaughter tells a friend, "No, it wasn't her brother".

Of course, Michael breaks loose, gets his freaky William Shatner mask back and goes on another murderous rampage in the town of Haddonfield, but this time, Strode is ready for him.

It's an nearly unfathomably quick shoot-less than a month-and the 2018 Halloween film had effectively taken over a small, peaceful neighborhood street in Charleston, SC, the adoptive home of Green and his co-writer and co-producer Danny McBride.

Carpenter hasn't put his name on a "Halloween" movie since having a producer credit on 1982's "Halloween III: Season of the Witch". The film is executive produced and scored by original filmmaker John Carpenter.

The performance by Curtis looks really good, giving off Dr. Loomis (Donald Pleasence) vibe from the first movie. It seemed, as opposed to just duplicating, it would be cool to see if it gives us anything else.

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