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Original Michael Myers Nick Castle “Would Love” to Reprise the Role in Next ‘Halloween’ Sequel

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Original Michael Myers Nick Castle "Would Love" to Reprise the Role in Next 'Halloween' Sequel

In a brand new interview with the folks over at ComicBook, the original Michael Myers actor himself Nick Castle stated that he’s open to reprising the role again in the next Halloween sequel from Blumhouse Productions. As cool as that would be, we have a feeling it will end up being another short cameo appearance in the role as the iconic boogeyman.

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Castle seems excited to once again put on the Shatner mask to a certain extent:

I’d love to do it. I mean, it would probably still have to be in the same kind of parameters,” Castle shared with the site. “I don’t see myself at two in the morning putting on the mask and getting a chair thrown at me like poor James Jude Courtney had to do.”

Castle on John Carpenter and Jamie Lee Curtis’ involvement:

I would love to do that, assuming it’s something that John’s involved with and hopefully that Jamie and hopefully [director] David [Gordon Green] is gonna be a part of the sequel, too, ’cause he really did a great job, I think, on reimagining and figuring out what to with it,” the actor pointed out. “So we’ll see what happens with it, but in general, I’m all for it, and it’s a lot of fun. And also, it would depend, I guess, if I like what they came up with, ’cause you do, in a crazy way, feel a little responsibility in these things, because if you do it, then you’re saying, ‘Yeah, go see it.’ So we’ll see what they come up with.”

Castle’s only moment as Michael Myers in David Gordon Green’s Halloween took place when Laurie Strode spots him at the window glaring down at her, and I’m sure there’s some wiggle room for more than just a cameo in the next sequel.

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So what do you guys think? Do you want to see Nick Castle have more than just a short cameo as The Shape in the next Halloween sequel? As always, we ask you to share your thoughts on posts like this down in our comments section below this article.

Halloween is available right now on Digital platforms, followed by a 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray and DVD release in the US on January 15th, 2019.

UK fans can get their hands on the 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray and DVD release on February 25th2019, via Amazon.co.uk.

Halloween 2018 UK 4K Blu-Ray

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