Jason Blum Shares New Behind-the-Scenes Photo from the Production of Halloween Kills
The prolific horror producer offers an additional look at the back of David Gordon Green’s head, which is definitely something fans have wished for.
By Chris Morse
Production on the next two Halloween sequels from Blumhouse is ongoing, beginning with Halloween Kills, and producer Jason Blum took to social media to share a new photo from the set. In the image, we get a glimpse at a particularly stabby scene from the movie with filmmaker David Gordon Green hard at work bringing it all together.
The caption reads, “The back of David Gordon Green’s head watching some stabbing business on the set of #HalloweenKills.” We would say this description certainly does the photo justice. See below.
Halloween Kills will see the return of Jamie Lee Curtis’ Laurie Strode, Judy Greer’s Karen, Andi Matichak’s Allyson, and James Jude Courtney’s Michael Myers, with original Shape actor Nick Castle also on board for voice work and to possibly even don the mask for a few scenes. The film will additionally star Anthony Michael Hall as Tommy Doyle, Kyle Richards as Lindsey Wallace, Robert Longstreet as Lonnie Elam, Nancy Stephens as Nurse Marion Chambers, and Charles Cyphers as Sheriff Leigh Brackett. John Carpenter is returning to compose the music for this sequel as well as the next.
Halloween Kills will hit theaters on October 16th, 2020 while Halloween Ends is coming on October 15th, 2021. Be sure to follow Dead Entertainment for all the latest news and updates.
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