Jamie Lee Curtis won’t be the only original member of the Halloween cast returning to star in the new sequel.
Bloody Disgusting has revealed that actor, screenwriter, and director Nick Castle, the original man behind the mask of Michael Myers known as “The Shape” in the first film will be reprising his role as the Boogeyman in the sequel being directed by David Gordon Green. Castle joins Curtis along with Judy Greer as Laurie’s daughter, Karen, and Andi Matichak as the daughter of Karen, and granddaughter of Laurie.
In addition, the site has also confirmed that actor stunt performer James Jude Courtney has also been cast to play Michael Myers along with Academy Award-winning make-up and VFX artist Christopher Nelson (Suicide Squad) boarding the project.
Production on the sequel is expected to begin next month in South Carolina. Curtis reprises her role as Laurie Strode once more as she comes face to face with the boogeyman himself, Michael Myers, for her final confrontation with the masked murderer she managed to escape the clutches of on Halloween night 39 years ago. The film is will carve a new path from the events of the horror classic.
Halloween is a Trancas International Films, Blumhouse Productions, and Miramax production. John Carpenter returns to serve as executive producer and creative consultant on the project alongside Jason Blum, with David Gordon Green and Danny McBride exec producing under their Rough House Pictures banner. Malek Akkad will also produce. Green will direct the film from a script co-written by himself and McBride. Universal Pictures will distribute worldwide. Here’s the official synopsis:
Laurie Strode comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.
Halloween is currently slated to hit theaters October 19, 2018. Stay tuned for the latest news on the development of the Halloween franchise as we learn it.
Source: Bloody Disgusting
The Biggest Comic Book Movies Of 2017, Ranked From Worst To Best
2017 was quite the year for movies. Not only are the award shows stacked with some spectacular dramas to choose from, but us pop-culture nerds had quite the year too. Everyone from Wonder Woman to Thor had their own movie this year, and most of them were pretty good. At the end of the day though, not all movies are made equal, and some turned out infinitely better than others.
All of these stories have something in common, though: a focus on a group of heroes who are willing to do anything and sacrifice themselves for the greater good. The movies vary on how heroic the protagonists are and what kind of threat they have to fight, but they all do a good job at pushing their heroes and making them think outside the box to save the day.
Remember, this ranking is just one person’s opinion. If your favorite movie of the year is at the bottom of the list that doesn’t mean you have a bad taste in movies, it just means we don’t agree and I’d love to hear what you think in the comments after wards!
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