Halloween Kills promises to be an even bigger movie than Blumhouse’s 2018 reboot of the legendary horror series. We’ve been promised more death, more gore, and generally just greater scale, as the whole town of Haddonfield will join the battle to defeat Michael Myers. However, next year’s epilogue to the trilogy won’t try and improve on its predecessor by being even better. We were told that this would be a more “contained” movie Killing.
Total Film Magazine previewed Killing in the latest issue and spoke to the cast and crew about what fans can expect from End. First of all, long time Halloween producer Malek Akkad explained that “The final season will have more content.”
Director David Gordon Green, the man behind the entire trilogy, also told Total Film that his aim was to make three very different films and that it was interesting for him to introduce a range of “tones and angles”. look” in this series.
“I got involved by doing something different. If I just repeat,” Green said. “I will give the reins to someone else. When you have that opportunity in an established franchise, it’s really fun to think about how you can express different tones and perspectives and grow. “
Finally, Laurie Strode herself Jamie Lee Curtis added that she is confident End will live up to its title and be her last time playing the iconic character. Regardless of whether Laurie lives or dies, Curtis thinks “emotional” is the right place to leave her journey.
“I would say, given what I know about the next movie, I think this will be the last time I play her,” Curtis noted. “And I don’t say things like, ‘Oh, because I’m dead!’ Nothing to do with that. I’m talking emotionally what they’ve built.
Curtis then teased a climax that matched Blumhouse Halloween series. “I thought it would be a spectacular way to end this trilogy,” the actress said.
With Killing extending its scope to the whole town, it only makes sense for End then zoomed out to focus on the core conflict between Laurie and Michael. At this point, we’ve seen a lot of endings to their stories, some better than others, which have been tweaked with plenty of new sequels, but hopefully Blumhouse will manage to pull it off. creating the best and definitive ending to the story of Laurie Strode and The Shape.
Halloween Kills finally hits theaters this October 15. Halloween is over will then take place a year later on October 14, 2022.
The source: Total Film (via GamesRadar)
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