After the successful run of the second Sequel, “Halloween Kills,” the third Sequel is also on its way towards its release date.
Moreover, the second installment, “Halloween Kills,” has left many fans, including us, with many cliffhangers, and now they are looking for the third Sequel of the movie. Below we have gathered the latest news regarding “Halloween Ends.”
Halloween Ends: Casts and Plot!
Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode and Andi Matichak as Allyson will return to reprise their roles in Halloween Ends.
Moreover, as Michael Myer has killed the other cast members of the previous sequels, they are not expected to return in the upcoming Sequel.
Other live characters, like Patton’s Deputy Frank Hawkins, Omar Dorsey’s Sheriff Barker, and Kyle Richards’ Lindsey Wallace, will probably arrive in the next Sequel.
However, these are only speculations for now.
According to Collider, Halloween Ends is going to deal with the events that have happened four years after the last Sequel Halloween Kills. He added that it would include all events between these years, including Corona Pandemic.
He also added that it would bring forth the “Peculiar Politics” of that time during an interview with Uproxx. By this word, he means the social and real-world issues in the franchise.
Moreover, Green also revealed that the main driving force in the story would be Allyson, the granddaughter of Laurie Strode. So the upcoming Sequel is going to be very interesting and more enthusiastic.
Halloween Ends: Release Date and Trailer!
Primarily they decided that the two sequels would release one after another. However, we now have only one sequel,” Halloween kills,”. The movie released in September 2021 instead of October 2020, theatrically. It was set to release in October 2020, but it was delayed due to COVID-19.
Check out the trailer concept here:
Moreover, the third sequel, “Halloween Ends,” will be released on October 14, 2022. The Sequel was originally set to be released on October 15, 2021, but it is delayed due to the second Sequel’s delay.