It’s here! It’s finally here! Here is the just-released trailer for the upcoming film Halloween, starring Jamie Lee Curtis.
From the start of the trailer, we are shown that this is a direct sequel to the John Carpenter 1978 classic. A British true-crime documentary team is investigating that fateful night 40 years ago when Michael Myers murdered three people, and are granted access to the facility where he is being held. They attempt to ask him questions and even go so far as to present the original mask he wore during his killing spree.
Fast forward to Halloween day. Allyson (Andi Matichak) is walking with her high school friends, talking about the night her grandmother Laurie (Curtis) survived Michael’s rampage. When its brought up that Michael is the brother of Laurie, her granddaughter disavows this as a rumor. It seems there may have been an attempt to hide this information from the general public. Meanwhile, Laurie is living every day waiting and preparing for the possibility to meet Michael. She admits to the sheriff (Will Patton) that she prays every day that he breaks out… so she can kill him.
As the trailer shows us, Laurie will get her chance.
Halloween (2018) is directed by David Gordon Green, based on a screenplay written by Green and Danny McBride, who are big fanatics of the original film. Jamie Lee Curtis reprises her role as heroine Laurie Strode and is joined by Judy Greer, Matichak, Patton, Virginia Gardner and Nick Castle returning as the original Michael Myers. The film is produced by Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions and the original film’s director, the legendary John Carpenter, will serve as executive producer and composer of the film’ score.
Halloween hits theaters October 19th.
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