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– by Anthony Esteves

On Monday, Producer Jason Blum revealed via Twitter that the trailer for the upcoming Halloween would be released on Friday. The fan base of the Halloween franchise erupted in excitement and anxiousness, waiting to cross off the days until the release date. Now, a recent update has provided fans with just a bit more content to get them prepared for Friday. Late Tuesday, a USA Today online article released new photos from scenes featured in the film, possibly even the trailer.

One of the photos featured shows a horrifying image of Michael Myers, standing in the doorway of a closet, facing outward, donning his emotionless mask and dark coveralls. Another features Laurie Strode, the sister of Michael played by Jamie Lee Curtis, pressing herself against a door as Michael’s hand comes crashing through the glass of the door. The third and final image gives the fans a close-up of the famed mask of Michael. The mask has taken a weathered and aged appearance since its debut 40 years ago, yet still as simple and terrifying as it’s always been.

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Additionally, the official Twitter account has shared a trailer teaser:

Written by Danny McBride and David Gordon Green, the creative minds behind Eastbound & Down and Pineapple Express, this film takes place 40 years after the events of the original film. Laurie Strode spends everyday preparing herself for the return of her murderous brother. While Michael is locked up in an asylum, a British documentary crew wishes to do a segment on the psychopath’s past. Of course, things go wrong, Michael escapes and Laurie must defend her grown daughter (Judy Greer) and teenage granddaughter (Andi Matichak) from the homicidal terror their estranged family member brings to the table.

Halloween opens nationwide on October 19. The trailer drops this Friday, June 8.

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Source: USA Today.