The filming of Halloween Kills has come to an end. The film was announced in June, and Blumhouse wasted no time in getting things rolling. After 36 days of filming, it’s time to move on to post-production and the possibility of reshoots down the road. While it was previously assumed that the planned sequel will shoot concurrently with Halloween Ends, this is not the case.
Halloween Kills has wrapped production and Halloween Ends will begin filming soon
Danny McBride explained that the initial intention was to film two films in a row, but that was before Halloween was released last year. Jamie Lee Curtis debuted the first clip from Halloween Kills earlier this week, giving horror fans much to anticipate. Curtis was sighted as the iconic Laurie Strode, and Anthony Michael Hall was spotted as the adult version of Tommy Doyle. Michael Myers was only featured for a few seconds, while the remainder of the material was primarily behind-the-scenes footage from the production. Now that principal photography for the upcoming horror sequel has wrapped, it’ll only be a matter of time before we see a proper teaser trailer. For Halloween Kills, David Gordon Green is back in the director’s chair, and he’ll be back for Halloween Ends as well. The release date for the third and final episode of the trilogy is unknown at this moment, however it will most likely be this time next year. Except for John Carpenter’s original 1978 Halloween, Green and Danny McBride decided to delete the whole franchise. The choice was contentious at the time, but it has proven to be beneficial to the franchise. Green has also included a slew of easter eggs that alludes to the cancelled sequels.
Danny McBride and David Gordon Green originally planned to produce two Halloween films, but it’s uncertain whether some of those concepts will make it into Halloween Kills. The sequel was written by Green, McBride, and Scott Teems, just like the first. It was uncertain whether Blumhouse would retain the creative crew together before the sequels were announced. They chose, though, to keep the team together. Jamie Lee Curtis had a great time working with the men and was eager to reunite them for the sequels. Halloween Kills is set to be released on October 16th, 2020 in the United States, followed by Halloween Ends on October 15th, 2021. There’s still plenty of time for David Gordon Green to do the post-production work and, if necessary, reshoots. Although 36 days is a rather short time to shoot a full film, it appears like Blumhouse followed their usual strategy of staying under budget in order to maximise revenues. According to reports, the first instalment produced a nett profit of $128.5 million, which is a sizable sum. Thanks to Ryan Turek’s Twitter account, you can see a behind-the-scenes photo from the upcoming film below.
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