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. Our favorite final girl is not only back but she is ready. "For us", Green explained, "it was a clean slate type of opportunity". Mark and Perri let you know if it looks like the film will be the Let us know what you thought about this trailer in the COMMENTS section below.
Halloween will also star the likes of Judy Greer - who will play Laurie's daughter Karen - Andi Matichak, Will Patton, Virginia Gardner, James Jude Courtney and Nick Castle - who played Michael Myers/The Shape in the original Halloween 40 years ago. "She's never seen anything like this before, never seen violence like this, so she has been able to have a normal life, have friends, and not be constantly afraid". In true Michael Myers form, he easily breaks free of his institutional restraints and takes a few victims along the way.
The long-awaited trailer for David Gordon Green's Halloween sequel is here at last. I think it's more interesting to have someone like David or Rob Zombie, these filmmakers that just come and put their own stamp on it for better or worse.
"He's the essence of evil, so we don't want to get too much into the specifics of what makes him tick", he said. The bus that Michael was being transported in crashes and he escapes so their reunion is fastly approaching. But even with Michael Myers in his sixties, he doesn't seem to have lost his ability to kill.
Curtis on what about the new script made her sign on: "It's a very interesting take on the movie because it references Halloween 1 in every way it can". The film is a direct sequel to Carpenter's original, which means quite a few things.
The trailer then cuts to show a bus full of inmates crash, leaving Myers to escape. Also, the quick peek at someone sitting under a bed sheet will remind fans of Michael's bed sheet with glasses disguise.
A trailer for "Halloween" dropped on Friday morning, revealing a gray-haired Laurie Strode with a lot less fear and a whole lot more vengeance on her mind.