Jamie Lee Curtis Shares First Look at Laurie Strode’s Return
Laurie Strode is getting ready to face Michael Myers while Jamie Lee Curtis is back for more than Halloween Kills . The legendary horror icon is about to revisit its most memorable role after the success of Halloween in 2018. Faced with this success, Blumhouse Productions and Universal Pictures have developed plans for not one, but two other suites, the first of these suites being in production. Curtis is now on duty and shared the first look at his return to Laurie.
Jamie Lee Curtis was very smiling when she shared a photo of her new Laurie Strode look. trailers on the plateau. So, unfortunately, we do not see the sets used for the sequel, but we see how Laurie holds up. As can be seen in the picture, it is a little less well done, with cuts on the face, dust on the arms and many bruises. However, Curtis always looks happy to be there, which is certainly nice to see for horror fans. Curtis shared the photo with the following caption:
"Never Dare to Die! First Day in the Battle for Life! #HalloweenMovie #HalloweenKills"
Details of the plot are very fine for the moment The death of Halloween . What we do know is that it will bring iconic characters from franchise history, such as Kyle Richards in Lindsey Wallace, Tommy Doyle, this time played by Anthony Michael Hall and Robert Longstreet in the role of the brute Lonnie Elam, just to name a few. . Nick Castle, the original actor of Michael Myers, is also back, accompanied by James Jude Courtney, who performed the heavy lifting under the mask, which is also expected to make his comeback. In addition, it was recently revealed that the sequel would take us back to the Haddonfield Memorial Hospital, an important site of Halloween II in 1981.
David Gordon Green, director of Halloween of 2018, is returning to the post of director for Halloween Kills and the planned sequel, Halloween Ends . Green co-wrote the screenplays alongside Danny McBride, who also worked on the previous installment, as well as Scott Teems, a newcomer to the franchise. John Carpenter, who directed the original, will act as executive producer in addition to providing the score of the soundtrack of the film, as he had done the last time.
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Blumhouse and Universal seemed determined to keep the main creative team in place. Considering that Halloween has brought in $ 255 million worldwide and received good reviews, this is not surprising. Halloween Kills should be released in theaters on October 16, 2020, with Halloween Ends due to follow a year later, on October 15, 2021. We'll be sure to keep you informed as more details become available. Do not forget to check for yourself the new photo of Jamie Lee Curtis' Twitter account.
NEVER SAY DEATH!
First day in the battle for my life! # HalloweenMovie # HalloweenKillspic.twitter.com/EicJ86Nq4m
– Jamie Lee Curtis (@jamieleecurtis) October 8, 2019