The original John Carpenter’s Halloween from 1978 follows Michael Myers as he escapes from the mental hospital and returns to the town of Haddonfield, Illinois, where he stalks the local babysitter Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) and kills many townspeople on its away.
2018’s Halloween picks up forty years after the events of the original movie, in which Laurie Strode confronts her long-time foe and 2021’s Halloween Kills shows the people of the town coming together and rising up against the masked murderer.
The upcoming Halloween Ends will be the end of David Gordon Green’ trilogy and will arrive in theaters on October 14. Jamie Lee Curtis, who starred both in the original movie and in the new trilogy, revealed in her Instagram post that she has wrapped filming for the final movie, meaning that the long, unforgettable era of her portraying Laurie Strode has officially came to its end.
Reasonably, Curtis called this “a bittersweet end”, reminiscing the time on the set and expressing her gratitude of the “great friends” she made and “wonderful artists” she collaborated with. She also shared a few images from the set that will remind her of “the wonderful time” that they’ve had, the images that serve as a tribute to the part of her life so many will remember her for.