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‘Halloween Ends’ Will Jump Forward 4 Years, Says Director David Gordon Green

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'Halloween Ends' Will Jump Forward 4 Years, Says Director David Gordon Green

While Halloween Kills continues to carve up the box-office, director David Gordon Green and his team are gearing up to begin production on the highly-anticipated follow-up Halloween Ends, which will serve as the finale for his trilogy that began with 2018’s Halloween.

Green recently spoke with Collider and revealed some interesting information regarding the upcoming sequel. Halloween Ends will open with a 4-year time time jump that will bring the story into the present day:

There is a time jump. It gets back onto a contemporary timeline, so it’ll jump four years. This weekend, I was rampaging on a new pass of it, but we start prep in two weeks. So they’re wanting me to lock in something more definitive, which I think we’ll be in good shape for that to shoot in January. The script’s in great shape. It’s just a matter of committing to certain paths and characters and constructing new set pieces.

Jamie Lee Curtis, Andi Matichak, James Jude Courtney and Nick Castle are all set to return with David Gordon Green back in the director’s chair.

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Halloween Kills is currently playing in theaters everywhere and streaming exclusively on Peacock.

Halloween Ends is scheduled to arrive in theaters October 14th, 2022.

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