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‘Halloween’ Writer Danny McBride Has Ideas for Potential Sequel

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'Halloween' Writer Danny McBride Has Ideas for Potential Sequel

In a short interview with the folks over at EW today, Halloween writer Danny McBride revealed that he and director David Gordon Green have ideas for a potential Sequel, depending on how well the new film performs at the box office.

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Speaking with the site today, McBride told them:

David and I definitely had some ideas at the beginning of this of what we would do if there was an appetite for it. We have some ideas, so now we’re just sort of exploring them to see if they have enough legs to kind of warrant it. I know that Jason Blum (Halloween producer and founder of Blumhouse productions), I bet you he’d be stoked to make some more. [But] I think he’s been on the same mindset we’ve been of, Let’s just wait and see what people think.

The film stars Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode, Nick Castle and James Jude Courtney as Michael Myers, Judy Greer as Karen Strode, the daughter of Laurie, Andi Matichak as Allyson, the daughter of Greer and the granddaughter of Laurie Strode, Virginia GinnyGardner as Vicky, Miles Robbins as Dave, Dylan Arnold as Cameron, and Drew Scheid as Oscar.

Synopsis: “Laurie Strode comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.

How do you guys feel about more potential Halloween sequels? Would you like to see the new film pave the way for a trilogy? As usual, you can drop your thoughts on this down in our comments section below this post.

John Carpenter executive produced the film with Malek Akkad for Trancas and horror specialist Jason Blum of Blumhouse. Gordon Green and Danny McBride also executive produced under their Rough House Pictures banner. Special FX specialist Christopher Nelson created the new Michael Myers mask.

Halloween hits theaters on October 19th, 2018.

EW Magazine Halloween 2018

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