New Poster & Movie Trailer for Halloween by Jamie Lee Curtis

Posted 2018/09/06 247 0

This October, one of the greatest horror film icons Michael Myers (fictional character in Halloween movie) returns once again, to a new dose of fellowship on All Saints’ night in the upcoming Halloween that will be a sequel to the absolute classics of the same name John Carpenter in 1978 and will ignore all the other (nine) franchise films so far. The Halloween action evolved four decades later than the original events, when Myers flees from prison and leaves a bloody trail behind him, headed for Haddinfield to finish Halloween in 1978 – killing Laurie Stroud (starring Jamie Lee Curtis). But she spent all these years preparing for his return.

Check Out The Movie Poster for Halloween 2018, tweeted by Jamie Lee Curtis on Twitter:

Halloween Movie Trailer 2018

The first trailer failed to snatch us the way we wanted it to be, but that’s rather what we were giving it to the very understandable worries we had about the movie. We then relaxed and now we are happy to enjoy much more of the new two trailers that were distributed by Universal – one for the different territories, depending on how recognizable the original Carpenter is (which also directed The Thing). 

David Gordon Green’s Is the Director of Halloween 2018 Together With Carpenter

Apart from the pretty decent looking trailers that imply an atmosphere close to that of the original and the films of that time, another reason why we are relatively excited about Halloween 2018 (or at least we do not let go and do not turn bored eyes) is the presence of Carpenter as an executive producer and consultant, as well as the intriguing creative team led by director and screenwriter David Gordon Green, who along with pitiful comedies such as Pineapple Express and Your Highness have quality independent films like Jordan Washington “,” Snow Angels, “” Joe “and” Prince Avalanche “. The other two screenwriters, too – Danny McBride and Jeff Fradley, are the last people we would associate with a similar movie.

Halloween’s director is David Gordon Green, who is also a screenwriter alongside Danny McBride and Jeff Fradley. John Carpenter is an executive producer and creative consultant, and Jason Bloom (Split, The Purge, Paranormal Activity) is one of the producers. In the main roles we will see Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Will Patton, Nick Castle, Andy Mattzik, Omar J. Dorsey and others.

The premiere is October 19th.