But, of course, something goes wrong that leads Michael to escape from prison and he heads right back to his home town where Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) is awaiting her rematch with the classic villain. But here it is...the big trailer for Halloween we have been waiting months and months for.
What do you think of this trailer? "I've waited for him", says Curtis' character, Laurie Strode, as she prepares to face killer Michael Myers again. I can't even express into words how excited I am to see Laurie Strode grayed, alive, and ready to kick some (possibly) brotherly ass. There's also plenty of menace and scares-in short everything you'd want from a new Halloween movie.
But with Blumhouse ("Get Out", "Split") involved and a script that won over Carpenter (who is an executive producer on the movie), the maestro of the franchise is back, which has given this "Halloween" a real sense of excitement.
We see in the trailer's start that Michael has been in an institution but somehow manages to escape, with many other inmates in tow. The Caped Crusader is set to return in his own movie, potentially titled The Batman, with Matt Reeves, the director of Cloverfield and the last two Planet of the Apes movies, behind the camera. The sequel picks up forty years after the first film, disregarding all the subsequent films, and picks up with the residents of Haddonfield on another horrifying Halloween night when Myers stalks the streets. But the new Halloween seems to be ignoring these characters.