Two More ‘Halloween’ Movies Coming In 2020 And 2021, Universal Says

Two new Halloween film set

Two new Halloween film set

A year ago saw the Halloween franchise return to the big screen in a big way with Jamie Lee Curtis back in the lead role as Laurie Strode, leading a massive critical and commercial success.

Yep, Green's Halloween is officially becoming a trilogy, and while it's yet to be confirmed that he's directing both sequels, that seems like the likely outcome (dude's a machine, he can handle it).

The first sequel, titled Halloween Kills, is set to arrive on October 16 of 2020; while Halloween Ends, the second (and decidedly final-sounding) sequel lands on October 15 of 2021.

Curtis returned to the franchise for 2018's Halloween after a 16 year absence following Halloween H20: 20 Years Later and Halloween: Resurrection. I don't know where the story goes from here - I'm guessing Laurie and her surviving family - daughter Karen (Judy Greer) and granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak) - dealing with Michael Myers yet again.

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Producer and series creator John Carpenter has taken to Twitter to announce that there will be back-to-back Halloween sequels.

So, fans were understandably nervous for David Gordon Green and Danny McBride to reboot the director's legendary horror film Halloween. The news was revealed by John Carpenter himself, so that's about as official as it gets. Carpenter, Curtis, Jeanette Volturno, Couper Samuelson, McBride, Green and Ryan Freimann are executive producers. The video states the saga of Curtis' character, Laurie Strode, and villain Michael Myers "isn't over".

The 2018 remake, which Curtis also executive produced, set a record for the largest opening for a horror film with a female lead with $78 million domestically. Ryan Turek is overseeing for Blumhouse. The original "Halloween" was directed by Carpenter from his own script and begins with six-year-old Michael killing his teenage sister on Halloween in 1963.

Two more Halloween sequels are coming our way.

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