Jason Blum’s Newly Revealed Ominous BTS Look At ‘Halloween Kills’

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, Jason Blum’s Newly Revealed Ominous BTS Look At ‘Halloween Kills’
Jason Blum's Newly Revealed Ominous BTS Look At ‘Halloween Kills’

Producer Jason Blum gave fans a behind-the-scenes look at Halloween Kills that teases some of the action in the sequel to the 2018 film.

Set to be directed by David Gordon inexperienced, the flick will be the second part in a trilogy that started with 2018’s Halloween.

And considering how much I loved that, I’m definitely on board for what’s to come. Offering up a teaser of types is that of producer Jason Blum.

This isn’t precisely the 1st image to come back from the set as these days, but it’s cool getting something straight from a bigwig such as he.

, Jason Blum’s Newly Revealed Ominous BTS Look At ‘Halloween Kills’
Jason Blum’s Newly Revealed Ominous BTS Look At ‘Halloween Kills’

The David Gordon Green can be spotted going over some of the daily footage, hinting that surprise, surprise – somebody is going to get stabbed in this movie.

Halloween Kills isn’t arriving until October 2020, but producer Jason Blum isn’t afraid to tease fans with the action they can expect from the sequel.

The 2018 Halloween film saw Michael Myers break free while being transferred to a new institution and returning to Haddonfield, with Jamie Lee Curtis’ Laurie Strode going after him.

Now, Halloween Kills will see the return of Laurie Strode once again. Jamie Lee Curtis isn’t the only member from the original cast coming back, with Charles Cypher returning to play Chief Brackett.

Producer Jason Blum took to Twitter to post the behind-the-scenes photo from Halloween Kills, showing someone holding the iconic knife whether this is Michael Myers himself isn’t clear.

Jason Blum mentions there’s some “stabbing business” going on during Halloween Kills, which fans of the horror franchise will be pleased to hear.

Halloween Kills arrives in theatres on October 16th, 2020, with Halloween Ends set to follow on October 15th, 2021. As always, it’s counseled that you just keep looking at this area as production continues.

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