Halloween Kills is confirmed to feature the original Myers house for the first time in years. Director/co-writer David Gordon Green returns from 2018’s Halloween, continuing his dive into the mythology that makes the 1978 first installment a timeless horror classic.
The filmmaker is set to go even deeper in two follow-up films to the first direct sequel to Halloween in 40 years. Both are bringing back Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode, as well as the heroine’s daughter and granddaughter.
The first sequel is also bringing iconic legend Nick Castle to again share a role with James Jude Carpenter as “The Shape,” a nod to how Michael Myers is credited in the original Halloween. Additionally, Anthony Michael Hall and Kyle Richards have joined the cast as grown-up versions of Tommy and Lindsey, two of Michael Myers’ young targets in the original. Green is really leaning into the Halloween franchise’s best-known universe – and he’s taking it back to where it started, too.
As confirmed Friday by Blumhouse on Twitter, Halloween Kills will feature the Myers house for the first time since 2007’s Rob Zombie-directed Halloween remake. But since 2018’s Halloween was a direct sequel to the original, the house has chronologically been absent for only one movie. It also appears in Halloween II (1981), Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989), Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995), and Halloween: Resurrection (2002).
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