We break down everything we know about the upcoming Halloween Kills and if there are plans for another movie after that.
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The Halloween franchise
The Halloween franchise is one of the most popular and enduring horror franchises of all time. Spanning nearly four decades, the franchise has produced ten movies, with the most recent installment, Halloween Kills, set to be released in 2020. Given the popularity of the franchise, it’s no surprise that fans are wondering if there will be another Halloween movie after Halloween Kills.
While it’s certainly possible that there could be another Halloween movie after Halloween Kills, nothing has been officially announced at this time. It’s possible that the franchise could continue with more movies or spin-offs, but for now, fans will have to wait and see what happens next.
The history of Halloween
Halloween is a 1978 American slasher film directed and produced by John Carpenter, co-written with producer Debra Hill, and starring Donald Pleasence and Jamie Lee Curtis in her film debut. The film tells the story of Michael Myers as he stalks and kills teenage babysitters on Halloween night.It was the first installment in the Halloween franchise, pf which there have been eleven films, several novels, comic books, video games, and other merchandise.
Carpenter’s film was produced on an estimated budget of just $325,000 and grossed over $47 million at the box office in the United States, making it one of the most profitable independent films of all time. Its critical reception was mixed; some critics praised it as a Masterpiece while others criticized its reliance on gratuitous violence and its lack of scares. It has been credited with further popularizing slasher films and inspiring a more modern style of filmmaking within the genre. Allhomevidiessince have been released by Universal Pictures through their subsidiary Universal Studios Home Entertainment.
The Halloween films
Halloween Kills is set to be released in October 2020, but will there be another Halloween movie after that?
The Halloween films are a series of American slasher films produced by Trancas International Films, Blumhouse Productions, and Miramax. The series is composed of eleven films, with the first film released in 1978.
The first Halloween film was directed and written by John Carpenter, who also composed its soundtrack. The film tells the story of Michael Myers as he stalks and kills teenage babysitters on Halloween night. The film was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $47 million at the box office on a budget of $325,000.
Halloween II was released in 1981, with Carpenter serving as executive producer and typewriter for the screenplay. The film picks up where the first film left off, with Michael Myers continuing his killing spree. This time, he is after Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis), the only survivor of his previous massacre. The film was once again a critical and commercial success, grossing over $25 million at the box office.
Halloween III: Season of the Witch was released in 1982, with Carpenter serving as executive producer again. This time, he did not write or direct the film. The story follows Dr. Daniel Challis (Tom Atkins) as he tries to stop Silver Shamrock owner Conal Cochran (Dan O’Herlihy) from sacrificing children across America on Halloween night using cursed masks. Although critically panned, the film was a commercial success, grossing over $14 million at the box office.
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers was released in 1988, with Carpenter serving as an executive producer again. This time, he did not write or direct the film either. The story follows Michael Myers as he escapes from a mental hospital and goes back to Haddonfield to kill his niece Jamie Lloyd (Danielle Harris). The film was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $17 million at the box office on a budget of $5 million.
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers was released in 1989, once again with Carpenter serving as an executive producer. This time Joe Chappelle wrote and directed the film. The story follows Michael Myers as he hunted by police after killing more people on Halloween night while trying to get to his niece Jamie Lloyd (Danielle Harris). Although not as successful critically or commercially as its predecessor, the film grossed over $11 million at the box office on a budget of $5 million .
Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers was release in 1995, without any involvement from Carpenter. This time Kevin Yagher wrote and directed the movie based on a story by Carpenter and Debra Hill who served as executive producers for post-production only due to their deaths before its release . The story follows Michael Myers as he stalked by Dr Loomis (Donald Pleasence) and finally learns why he murders people on Halloween night . Although not successful commercially only grossing$15 million , it has achieve cult status among fans .
In 1998 , Dimension Films rebooted the franchise with Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later which ignored all events that occured after John Carpenters original 1978 classic with Curtis reprising her role along side Pleasances final performance before his death that same year . Displeased with Dimension Films handling of his franchise , Carpenter served as an executive producer this time while Steve Miner directing . It tells Laurie Strode faking her death so she can move away , start a new life under an assumed name but her past comes back to haunt her when Michael finds out where she is . It went onto become both a critical & financial success making$55 million against its$17 million budget making it then the highest grossing entry in entire series & still currently holds that record today .
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The Halloween films and their sequels
The Halloween films and their sequels have been a staple in the horror genre since the release of the original film in 1978. The films follow the story of Michael Myers, a deranged killer who terrorizes the town of Haddonfield, Illinois on Halloween night.
The original film was followed by two sequels, Halloween II (1981) and Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982). The franchise was then revived with a new sequel, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988), which was followed by two more sequels, Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) and Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995).
The franchise was then rebooted with a new film, Halloween (2007), which was followed by a sequel, Halloween II (2009).
It was recently announced that there will be another sequel to the franchise, titled Halloween Kills (2021). It is not yet clear if there will be another sequel after that.
The future of the Halloween franchise
The future of the Halloween franchise is currently up in the air. The next installment, Halloween Kills, is set to be released in October 2021. After that, there has been no word on whether or not another movie will be made.
The Halloween franchise has always been a hit with horror fans. The original movie, released in 1978, was a huge success. It spawned several sequels and prequels over the years, but the franchise took a bit of a break after 2009’s Halloween II.
Halloween Returns, released in 2016, was a box office flop. This led many to believe that the franchise was done for good. However, Blumhouse Productions (the studio behind the recent movies) has expressed interest in making more Halloween movies.
Only time will tell if there will be another Halloween movie after Halloween Kills. For now, fans can look forward to seeing what Michael Myers has in store for us next year.
The future of Halloween films
Halloween Kills is currently in production and due to be released in October 2020. The film was originally going to be released in October 2019, but the release date was pushed back due to a number of factors. One of these was the success of the 2018 Halloween film, which brought in $159 million at the box office against a budget of only $10 million.
It seems that Blumhouse Productions, the studio behind the Halloween franchise, is very confident in Halloween Kills. They have already announced that another Halloween movie will be released in October 2021. The working title for this film is Halloween Ends.
While we don’t know much about either of these upcoming films, we do know that they will both be directed by David Gordon Green and written by Scott Teems. John Carpenter, who created the original Halloween movie, will also be involved as an executive producer.
The future of the Halloween franchise and its films
It’s been almost two years since Blumhouse Productions released Halloween, a direct sequel to John Carpenter’s 1978 slasher classic that effectively wiped the slate clean of every other film in the franchise. The movie was a huge success, grossing $255 million worldwide on a budget of only $10 million, and quickly established itself as one of the best horror sequels ever made.
With Halloween Kills set to be released in October 2020, and Halloween Ends set for October 2021, it’s safe to say that the future of the franchise is secure. But what happens after that? Will there be another Halloween movie?
It’s possible. In fact, Blumhouse CEO Jason Blum has said that he would “absolutely” make another Halloween movie if the next two films are successful. So it all comes down to how well Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends perform at the box office. If they’re both hits, then we could see another installment in 2022 or 2023. If not, then the franchise may come to an end after Halloween Ends.
The Halloween films and their future
There have been many Halloween films over the years, but the most recent one, Halloween Kills, has left some fans wondering if there will be any more. The film was a critical and commercial success, but it wasn’t without its share of problems. The film’s ending was particularly controversial, with some fans thinking it was a little too open-ended.
The future of the Halloween films and the franchise
It’s been almost two years since Halloween Kills was announced as the next movie in the Halloween franchise, and things have been pretty quiet on that front since then. There has been no word on when filming will begin or when the movie will be released, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t a lot of excitement surrounding the project.
The last Halloween movie, Halloween (2018), was a huge success, both financially and critically, so it’s no surprise that there is already talk of a sequel. In fact, John Carpenter, the director of the original Halloween (1978), has said that he would be open to making another movie if the right story could be found.
There is no doubt that the Halloween franchise is one of the most successful horror franchises of all time, so it seems likely that we will see another movie at some point. Whether or not it will be called Halloween Kills remains to be seen, but we are definitely excited to see what the future holds for this iconic franchise.
The Halloween films, the franchise, and their future
The Halloween films are a franchise of horror films centered around the holiday of Halloween. The franchise began in 1978 with the release of the first film, Halloween, directed by John Carpenter. The film tells the story of Michael Myers, a serial killer who stalks and kills innocent people on Halloween night. The film was a huge success, and spawned several sequels, including Halloween II (1981), Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982), and Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988).
The franchise was rebooted in 2007 with the release of Halloween, directed by Rob Zombie. The film was a critical and commercial success, and led to Zombie directing a sequel, Halloween II (2009). In 2014, the franchise was once again rebooted with the release of the eleventh film in the series, simply titled Halloween. The film was directed by David Gordon Green and starred Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode, Michael Myers’ estranged sister. The film was a huge success, grossing over $160 million at the box office.
With the release of this most recent film in the franchise, many fans are wondering if there will be another sequel. While nothing has been officially announced yet, it seems likely that we will see another installment in the series. After all, why wouldn’t they want to capitalize on the success of the most recent film? Only time will tell for sure though. So for now, we’ll just have to wait and see.