Halloween 2, Halloween 3 confirmed with official release dates

Halloween 2, Halloween 3 confirmed with official release dates

Nonetheless, Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends are sure to rake in audiences (and money) as the apparently not burned-to-a-crisp Myers dons his emotionally devoid mask for the nth time. Prior to Green's Halloween, the franchise's highest-grossing entry to date, Curtis had most recently starred in the 2002 film Halloween: Resurrection, which starred none other than Busta Rhymes.

FINALLY: not one but TWO new Halloween movies: Halloween Kills (2020) and Halloween Ends (2021).

Producer and series creator John Carpenter has taken to Twitter to announce that there will be back-to-back Halloween sequels. Producer Jason Blum confirmed director David Gordon Green and writer Danny McBride have returned to work on the sequels.

"We were going to shoot two of them back-to-back".

The first film will be titled Halloween Kills and open on October 16, 2020.

Jamie Lee Curtis returns as the embattled student Laurie Strod.

Jamie Lee Curtis is back to executive produce both features, although there's no confirmation if she'll appear in both. Ryan Turek is overseeing for Blumhouse. Jamie again plays the role of Laurie Strode, still the target of masked murderer Michael Myers.

Michael Myers' story isn't over. The next two films will follow the plot of last year's Halloween, which ignored every film after the original Halloween and instead told the story of Myers returning to seek revenge on Laurie, her family, and anyone else who might get in his way.

Last year's film set records and earned $253.5 million worldwide.

The 24-second clip also gave a look into some of the stylistic choices of the new movies as we see Strodes's house from the previous film on fire and another shot of Curtis holding a gun.

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