Laurie Strode, one of the teens who managed to barely escape Michael's wrath, has spent the last four decades preparing, and hoping, for Michael's return. But here it is...the big trailer for Halloween we have been waiting months and months for. This new film will be a soft reboot and direct sequel to the original film. The film is executive produced and scored by original filmmaker John Carpenter.
Halloween hits theaters October 19, 2018. Based on the trailer, the new Halloween, which is directed by David Gordon Green and co-written by Green, Danny McBride (yes, that Danny McBride), and Jeff Fradley, looks infinitely better than it has any right to.
Laurie Strode, once again played by Jamie Lee Curtis, is no longer related to Michael Myers in this version. Curtis returned to the franchise in 1998's "H20", which claimed she had been in witness protection all these years, before Strode was killed off in the awful "Resurrection".
Jamie Lee Curtis has been reunited with infamous onscreen nemesis Michael Myers in the trailer for the reboot of terror classic Halloween.
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Besides the cast and crew, narrative structure, and potentially utterly confusing timeline this movie takes place in for the casual viewer, there's some lovely imagery in this trailer that genuinely affirms all the hope I've had for the first footage of this project. The horror icon is going head-to-head with deranged killer Michael Myers in the latest movie in the "Halloween" franchise.
The image showcases the franchise's perennial final girl, Laurie Strode (Curtis) locked in arms alongside her daughter Karen (Judy Greer) and granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak).
What did you think of the new trailer?