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Quentin Tarantino Talks Miramax Offering Him the Chance to Write ‘Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers’

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Quentin Tarantino Talks Miramax Offering Him the Chance to Write 'Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers'

In a new interview with the folks over at Consequence of Sound, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino revealed what he had in mind for Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers after Miramax offered him the chance to write the script back in 1994. Tarantino’s idea of sending Michael Myers and the Man in Black on a Route 66 killing spree sounds pretty badass.

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It would have been, if I had done it — I never got hired — but it would have been my job to figure out who the guy in the boots is,” Tarantino told the site.

Tarantino reveals what he had planned for the Man in Black and Michael Myers: “I was like, ‘Leave that scene where [the Man in Black] shows up, alright, and freeze Michael Myers.’ And so the only thing that I had in my mind — I still hadn’t figured out who that dude was — was like the first 20 minutes would have been the Lee Van Cleef dude and Michael Myers on the highway, on the road, and they stop at coffee shops and shit and wherever Michael Myers stops, he kills everybody. So, they’re like leaving a trail of bodies on Route 66.

Can you imagine how different the movie would have turned out if Tarantino decided to write the scrip for Miramax? Let us know your thoughts on this in our comments section below.

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