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Halloween Ends Release Date: Is Halloween Ends Finished?

The 2018 Halloween film, directed by David Gordon Green and produced by horror mega-producer Jason Blum, was a surprise smash with audiences and generated a tidy profit. As a result, Universal and Blumhouse made the logical decision to greenlight not one, but two sequels. The first, Halloween Kills, was released in theaters and on Peacock on October 15, and it was a financial success for the company.

The third installment, Halloween Ends, isn't due out for another year, but with Kills' enormous cliffhanger, we're eager to see what happens next in Laurie Strode's, Michael Myers', and Haddonfield, Illinois' saga.

When Will ‘Halloween Ends' Be Released?

On October 14, 2022, the film Halloween Ends will be released in theaters. The picture was set to debut on October 15, 2021, but after Halloween Kills was delayed a year, the threequel had no choice but to follow suit.

As of now, it will be the only film released on that date, but given that we're still a year away, that won't be the case for long. Currently, the film will be released one week after the highly anticipated animated sequel to Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse and one week before the romantic comedy Ticket To Paradise starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts. Because all three films cater to diverse audiences, neither of them will pose a significant threat to the slasher.

What're the Story Behind ‘Halloween Ends'?

There isn't much known about Halloween Ends right now, but Green recently let some story elements regarding the film escape. There will be a four-year time jump, unlike Halloween Kills, which was set just seconds after the events of the last picture.

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Halloween Returns will take place four years after the events of the last film and will address real-world events that have occurred since 2018, such as the COVID-19 Pandemic and what Green referred to as “peculiar politics” in an interview with Uproxx. It's unclear what Green means by that, but incorporating social and real-world themes into the franchise isn't wholly out of the left-field, even when considering the previous two films.

Laurie Strode may not be the major driving force of the next picture, according to Green, who teased Fandom that it will be her granddaughter, Allyson, along with her “considerations and psychology,” who will be the main driving force. It's understandable given everything she's lost in the last two films, from her father to her boyfriend to her own mother.

What Characters Will Appear in ‘Halloween Ends'?

Although nothing has been confirmed, it is almost certain that Jamie Lee Curtis will reprise her role as Laurie Strode and Andi Matichak will reprise her role as Allyson. Unfortunately for those two characters, Michael Myers has killed out most of the cast from the previous two films, including Judy Greer's Karen, Anthony Michael Hall's Tommy Doyle, Dylan Arnold's Cameron, and Robert Longstreet's Lonnie.

Will Patton's Deputy Frank Hawkins, Omar Dorsey's Sheriff Barker, and Kyle Richards' Lindsey Wallace are among the characters who potentially return after the events of the last film. Though there will almost certainly be a slew of new faces joining the party, we'll have to wait and see who they are.

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Was ‘Halloween Kills' and ‘Halloween Ends' shot simultaneously?

That was the original intention for the slasher sequels, but it didn't work out. Andi Matichak claimed in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter that the shooting schedule for Halloween Kills was so hectic and ambitious that shooting the two films back-to-back would have been impossible.

One of the actors who play Michael Myers, James Jude Courtney, indicated that filming will begin in January, giving the final picture a faster turnaround than the previous two films.

Will ‘Halloween Ends' director David Gordon Green return?

Green will, in fact, return to direct and co-write the sequel with Danny McBride. With Paul Brad Logan (Manglehorn) and Chris Bernier, two new faces will join the pair in penning the picture (The House: A Hulu Halloween Anthology). John Carpenter, the creator of the series, will also produce the film and compose the score.

Will There Be A ‘Halloween Ends' Sequel?

No, at least not one involving the same team. Green sees his three films as three sections of a four-part plot, the first of which is Carpenter's 1978 original. Green has expressed his hope that Hollywood will give Michael Myers and Laurie a chance to rest before resurrecting them.

Green will be quite busy for the next two years, since he will be directing a sequel trilogy to The Exorcist for Blumhouse, featuring Academy Award contender Leslie Odom Jr and Ellen Burstyn reprising her legendary role as Chris MacNeil.

Green will also be directing the pilot of the HBO series Hellraiser, which is still in development. He also directed the pilot episode of Mindy Kaling's HBO Max series The Sex Lives Of College Girls, and most recently, he directed many episodes for the second season of the popular HBO series The Righteous Gemstones with his Halloween co-writer McBride.

Green has signed on to direct a feature film for Disney+ about the creation of Disneyland. If you're a fan of Green's work as a director, you'll have enough material to keep you busy long until Halloween Ends in theaters, if not before!

Is There A ‘Halloween Ends' Trailer?

There is no trailer for Halloween Ends because the sequel has yet to be filmed. Last Halloween, we got a quick preview for Halloween Kills, but that was only because the film had already been shot. Finally, we shouldn't expect to see Halloween Ends until next summer, considering the first previews for the last two Halloween films were released in June and July. So there's still a long way to go but come back to this page later because we'll be sure to update it once the trailer is released.

Will ‘Halloween Ends' be available to watch on Peacock day and date?

It's too early to tell, but we wouldn't be surprised if it's a theater exclusive or if it debuts on Peacock on the same day it hits cinemas. Blum now wishes for the finished film to be a theater exclusive, but nothing is etched in stone owing to the unpredictable nature of everything.

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“I wanted to go back to standard windows, but COVID is so unpredictable that I didn't want to take any chances.” I felt like I did something similar with Freaky, and it left a sour taste in my mouth. In an interview for Amazon Prime Video's anthology series of TV films Welcome To The Blumhouse, Blum said, “I don't want to duplicate that experience.”

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