Halloween is over — and so is the shoot for Halloween Kills, the sequel to last year’s Jamie Lee Curtis-starring hit, Halloween.
To mark that achievement the official Halloween movies’ Instagram account has released an image of cast members Anthony Michael Hall and Kyle Richards in character. Hall is playing Tommy Doyle, one of the children looked after by Curtis’s babysitter Laurie Strode in director John Carpenter’s 1978 Halloween. Tommy was portrayed by Brian Andrews in Carpenter’s film and then by Paul Rudd in 1995’s Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers. Richards will reprise the role of Lindsey Wallace, another of Strode’s charges in the first film. The image also features Nancy Stephens, who is reprising her role of Nurse Marion Chambers from the 1978 movie.
Halloween Kills is slated to hit theaters Oct. 16, 2020; it was written by director David Gordon Green, Danny McBride, and Scott Teems. The film will be the second film in a trilogy, followed by Halloween Ends, coming in October 2021. The Universal Pictures film is being made in collaboration with Blumhouse, Trancas International Films, and Miramax.
Halloween Kills stars also stars Judy Greer and Andi Matichak.
See the image of Stephens, Hall, and Richards, above.