The author of the “Halloween” franchise John Carpenter mentioned that the fresh part of the series could miss a movie premiere too. According to the author, at the moment “cinemas are dead” — and though that‘s a sad conclusion, it needs to be taken into account too. The studio previously asked Carpenter and new film director David Gordon Green to move two new tapes in the hope that the coronavirus situation will improve, but for now everything is in limbo.
“Halloween Kills” was supposed to be released in 2020, but now its premiere is scheduled for October 15, 2020 – it is unclear whether cinemas will be restored by this time. “Halloween Ends” is better, since its premiere will be held only in October 2022-go.
Carpenter added that the whole team really liked the script of the final part series, and now everyone is waiting to fully begin work on it. Also the director revealed that he participated in negotiations regarding sequels of his other projects.
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