Halloween Sequels Coming in 2020 and 2021

Two Halloween Sequels Officially Announced by Blumhouse!

Two Halloween Sequels Officially Announced by Blumhouse!

She survived Halloween. but now it looks like she's got a lot more trouble coming her way. That news has evolved over the past month, as reports claim that Blumhouse is prepping not one, but two Halloween sequels, with David Gordon Green returning to direct both - possibly even back-to-back (though we did learn this week that Green is also in talks to direct a Cambridge Analytica movie).

The first film will be titled "Halloween Kills" and open on October 16, 2020.

Universal Pictures made the announcement Friday, it will be Halloween Kills out October 2020 and Halloween Ends opening the same month a year later.

Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends is officially happening.

What might more accurately be ending is the war between Michael Myers and Laurie Strode played by Jamie Lee Curtis.

Last year's "Halloween" was the 11th installment in the franchise, five of which included Curtis, and a direct sequel to John Carpenter's original 1978 movie.

Trancas International Films, Miramax and Blumhouse Productions return as producers for the two new films, with Green and McBride set to write both new installments (the first along with Scott Teems and the second along with Paul Brad Logan and Chris Bernier). I don't know where the story goes from here - I'm guessing Laurie and her surviving family - daughter Karen (Judy Greer) and granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak) - dealing with Michael Myers yet again. At the end of 2018's Halloween, Laurie has "killed" Michael, but if he's back, what does that mean. "I'm just WARMING UP Happy Halloween 2020/2021".

The film's stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Nick Castle will reprise their iconic roles for both films. That said, the minute I saw this teaser, I lost my damn mind.

It became the most successful film in the franchise.