John Carpenter Wants to Score ‘Halloween’ 2018’s Upcoming Sequel


Original Halloween movie director and composer, John Carpenter, made fans very happy when he returned to score David Gordon Green’s 2018 sequel, and now, the Master of Horror has expressed interest in scoring another sequel. Halloween (2007)Directed by Rob ZombieShown: Tyler Mane, Scout Taylor-ComptonHalloween (2018) was one of the year’s most highly anticipated films. The film went on to explode box office records and is set to be released on Blu-ray early next January. The release will also include several deleted scene that were cut from the film, including moments from the trailers fans noticed missing.


Halloween was a direct sequel to the original, ignoring every film but the 1978 classic. This allowed Scream Queen, Jamie Lee Curtis to return as Laurie Strode, the role that made her a household name. This was her first appearance in the series since 2002’s Halloween: Resurrection. In this new film, Laurie spent the last 40 years preparing for the inevitable return of Michael Myers. Alongside Curtis was Nick Castle, returning to reprise The Shape for a very brief moment.



Jamie Lee Curtis has shared her interest in returning for another sequel under certain conditions, but it is not yet known if Halloween (2018) co-writers David Gordon Green and Danny McBride will return for a sequel – though McBride has confirmed that talks are underway.



Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
Photographs are Courtesy:  Universal Pictures
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