It was Halloween in July in San Diego Comic-Con on Friday, when Director Updated Halloween Director David Gordon Green frightened participants in Hall H.
During the Panel Universal Pictures, Gordon Green and Screenwriter Danny McBride has released unpublished footage of the upcoming horror film, which sees Jamie Lee Curtis resume her role as Laurie Strode to confront Michael Myers, the masked murderer, 40 years on their first bloody encounter.
While the clip has not yet made its way online (Is it okay … Maybe uncertainty will prevent us from hoping? Absolutely not!), ScreenRant has the scoop on what exactly was shown.
Depending on the point of sale, the sequence includes a sequence that takes place on Halloween night (duh!) And follows Michael Michael from James Jude Courtney while he walks the streets of Haddonfield, Illinois, wandering in two separate houses. Almost everyone in contact with the mad killer is made his victim: Michael apparently randomly kills in Halloween sparing only a few trick-or-treaters and "a baby who starts screaming shortly after that Michael kills their mother "
Yeesh and here we thought that the original of John Carpenter Halloween was the definition of" horrifying ".
Out of this Dramatic scene, the clip unfolded to show a trailer that was essentially the same as the first release for Halloween except a few "feature films" and a moment when Michael is seen "s & # 39, crush it through a window and grab Laurie. "
Actress Curtis explained that the" randomness "of Michael's lethal madness is precisely what makes him" so terrifying "- but does not make it so bad. do not wait until Laurie bends under pressure to try the killer to his death bie deserved or thrown away by sporadic murders.
Curtis explained during the presentation of Halloween that in the new movie, Laurie "says:" I am not my trauma " (via The Hollywood Reporter ). "She has been waiting for 40 years for this person that she knows to come in and say," I will take over the inheritance, I will resume my story, "added the actress.
An Unpredictable Michael and a bold, take-no-BS Laurie confronting every clash – in a film that honors his predecessor OG and ignores all the unappetizing follow-ups that followed him – it's more that we could have hoped for in a restart Halloween Thank you, Gordon Green and McBride Thank you
Halloween will arrive at the cinema on October 19.