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‘Halloween Kills’ is set in a new video. Although, we have been looking forward to watching the last film in David Gordon Green’s Halloween trilogy. we now find ourselves staring into a moment that is both bitter and sweet. Fans are aware that the feature film will be the last time they witness Jamie Lee Curtis perform the character of Laurie Strode and engage in combat with The Shape.
This will occur when the film is released. As teasers, trailers, and every image that has come out of the film’s advertising have reminded us, in the ultimate battle of Halloween Ends, only one will walk away, leaving us with a mixture of mixed-up feelings as we get closer to the film’s release date of October 14.
Jamie Lee Curtis Talk About Her Set of ‘Halloween Kills’
With all of the sensations that are bubbling up inside lifelong fans of the franchise that has been around for decades, we can only image what it must be like for Curtis. Who has been playing the part of Laurie Strode since the first picture hit theatres in 1978 when she was 19 years old. Fandango shared a clip of the renowned actress talking about what that last day on set was like for her. And how she is feeling heading into the days leading up to the premiere of the film to celebrate the first day of ticket sales. The actress discussed how she is feeling heading into the days leading up to the premiere of the film.
Curtis disclosed that her final day of filming was “not a particularly harrowing day,” but that the entire production team was present for what she described as a “really emotional” and “powerful” final day on set as Laurie Strode, despite the fact that her last day of filming was “not a particularly harrowing day.” “I am her,” the actress said of the role that she has played on and off for almost half a century.
She choked back tears as she continued speaking about the connection that fans have felt with the woman who is constantly harassed by Michael Myers across a variety of films in the Halloween franchise. “I am her,” she said of the character that she has played on and off for almost half a century.
Halloween Ends picks up its story four years after the tragic events of Halloween Kills, which saw the town of Haddonfield, Illinois rise up against Michael Myers (James Jude Courtney), only to have the madman’s knife strike them down one by one.
The plot of Halloween Ends picks up where Halloween Kills left off. Halloween Kills saw the town of Haddonfield, Illinois rise up against Michael Myers (James Jude Courtney). Laurie and her granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak) are still coming to grips with the death of Karen (Judy Greer), Laurie’s daughter and Allyson’s mother, as Laurie leads a life of solitude and even writes a novel about her experiences.
When everything appears to be calm – in fact, when things are a little too calm – that is when the forces of evil strike again. After a young guy in the neighborhood called Corey Cunningham, played by Rohan Campbell, is accused of killing the boy he was babysitting, dread and disorder begin to take over the town, and The Shape engages Laurie in a violent and decisive battle.
You can watch the interview down below, and you can buy your tickets to see Halloween Ends when it comes out in theatres and premieres on Peacock on October 14 right now.
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