‘Halloween Ends’ will “make people angry”, says Jamie Lee Curtis

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“It’s going to open people’s minds”

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Jamie Lee Curtis teases what to expect from the upcoming follow-up Halloween kills.

  • READ MORE: ‘Halloween Kills’ review: The old school slasher makes a bloody mess
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Director David Gordon Green’s final installment Halloween reboot trilogy, halloween ends, set to be released in October 2022, with Curtis reprising the role of Laurie Strode for the final fight against Michael Myers. halloween kills, meanwhile coming to UK cinemas today (16 October).

talking to Granthshala‘s Claire Lim Regarding next year’s finale, Curtis said: “So there’s one more film to make and I know what it’s about, and it’s going to open people’s minds.


“It’s going to piss people off a lot and it’s shocking because it asks a lot of questions. So that’s all I can tell you.”

Michael Myers Returns in ‘Halloween Kills’ Credit: Universal

halloween ends It will be the 13th film in the franchise, and billed as the final bow, Curtis is set for an interpretation of the city of Haddenfield by another filmmaker.

When asked what she would say to people who want more Halloween movies after this halloween ends, Curtis said: “I signed up because David Gordon Green wrote a really interesting screenplay. The last thing I thought I’d do another Halloween Movies. I had other things that I was doing, I was so happy.

“But I was really impressed by his understanding of what had happened to Laurie, not only [Strode] But it is now a trilogy of stories. If another filmmaker comes up with an interesting story to tell, I would never say that I am not interested in telling that story.

“I can’t imagine it. It’s unlikely to me. It would be shocking to me what David Greene is doing in a trilogy of movies, all directed by the same person, all made by the same crew. , all acted by the same group of people, I would be shocked.


“But it’s not impossible, as I just told you, creativity is the source. It’s the source of all of this, so if someone comes up with something super creative, I’ll be happy to join them. I imagine this Looks hard like that’s going to happen.”

In Granthshala three star review, halloween kills is described as a “little mess” that delivers “a fun night full of poverty action” – though it suffers from sidestepping Curtis.

‘Halloween Kills’ releases in UK cinemas today (15 October)

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