Halloween Kills was recently released in theaters and on Peacock, and director David Gordon Green is already preparing the sequel – Halloween Ends, which is set to be released in October next year.
In an interview with Collider, Gordon Green revealed there will be a time jump between Kills and Ends:
“There is a time jump. It gets back onto a contemporary timeline, so it’ll jump four years. This weekend, I was rampaging on a new pass of it, but we start prep in two weeks. So they’re wanting me to lock in something more definitive, which I think we’ll be in good shape for that to shoot in January. The script’s in great shape. It’s just a matter of committing to certain paths and characters and constructing new set pieces.”
Unlike Halloween Kills, which picked off immediately after the events of the 2018 movie Halloween, Halloween Ends will feature a time jump, and the movie is set to begin production in January.
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The lifetime-long game of cat and mouse between Laurie Strode and serial killer Michael Myers will finally conclude with Halloween Ends. Jamie Lee Curtis will return as the main heroine Laurie Strode.
Halloween Ends is set to be released on October 14, 2022.