As if you didn’t know, Blumhouse and David Gordon Green’s Halloween Kills with Jamie Lee Curtis has been pushed back a year to 2021.
And today, Green and co-writer Danny McBride spilled the beans on what we can expect to see once the movie finally hits.
McBride tells Empire: “It takes place the same night, picking up where the last movie ended. Events in the film bring together a lot of characters who were in the 1978 film who we didn’t see last time. They gather to try, once and for all, to take down Michael, to stop this madman.”
Green adds: “This first one was about Laurie’s life of isolation after Michael and her attempts at revenge. It was personal. This is more about the unraveling of a community into chaos … how fear spreads virally.
He adds: “We learned that Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie is capable of anything! We didn’t know what to expect working with her. The fact she could do her own stunts, kick everybody’s ass and be a joy to work with – that definitely meant re-evaluating what we wanted to do with the next chapter of the story. We were excited to write without limitations.”