First 'Halloween' Trailer Rewrites Franchise and Laurie Strode Is Out for Revenge

  • First 'Halloween' Trailer Rewrites Franchise and Laurie Strode Is Out for Revenge

First 'Halloween' Trailer Rewrites Franchise and Laurie Strode Is Out for Revenge

Why, you ask? So she could have the privilege of killing Myers herself, and that's exactly what Laurie plans to do once The Shape inevitably breaks free, and the shit begins hurling towards the fan. Curtis has previously appeared in four films in the series, including the 1978 original, its 1981 sequel, 1998's Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, and Resurrection.

The trailer then teases the investigation of Myers, who is infamously known for murdering three teenagers on Halloween in '78. This new film will be a soft reboot and direct sequel to the original film.

The first trailer for the upcoming 2018 "Halloween" film makes it very clear nearly all of the previous movies were thrown out the window. and we're totally OK with it.

McBride and Green's Halloween received a big boost in February 2017 when it was announced that John Carpenter, the director and co-writer of the original box office hit, would return to executive produce the new reboot alongside Green and McBride. Jamie Lee Curtis' Laurie Strode is back to defend her suburb town from the horrors of Myers, and this time it looks as if she's prepared. Here are just five moments from the trailer that could keep you up at night. In the film, this is where Michael Myers has been in residence for the past 40 years.

Following the two movies made by Rob Zombie, the latest chapter in the Michael Myers saga wil be directed by David Gordon Green.

Jamie Lee Curtis is returning on a mission in the film that started her career in 1978.

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).