Halloween Kills (2021) – Amazing of Mobi Racer

Halloween Kills (2021) – Amazing of Mobi Racer

Halloween Kills 2021 is directed by David Gordon Green, Green, Danny McBride, and Scott Teems written an upcoming American horror film. This movie is the sequel to the twelfth part of the 2018 Halloween and Halloween series. Movie stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Nick Castle once again play the roles of Laurie Strode and Michael Myers, James Jude Courtney also played Miles. Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, Kyle Richards, Nancy Stephens, and Charles Cyphers replayed roles from the 2018 and 1978 films, and Anthony Michael Hall and Robert Longstreet also joined the cast. This movie is produced by Jason Blum through his Blumhouse Productions banner, alongside Malek Akkad and Bill Block.

Halloween Kills 2021

Before the 2018 film was released, McBride confirmed in June 2018 that he and Green initially planned to promote two films that were shot back to back, and then decided to oppose it, waiting to see the reaction to the first film. By February 2019, Teems was hired to co-write scripts.

Halloween Kills 2021
Halloween Kills 2021

The title of the movie and its sequel were announced in July 2019. The main photography started in Wilmington, North Carolina in September 2019.

Halloween Kills 2021
Halloween Kills 2021

Halloween Kills is scheduled to be released by Universal Pictures in the United States on October 15, 2021. The direct sequel “Halloween End” is scheduled to be released on October 14, 2022.

Halloween Kills 2021
Halloween Kills 2021

Still scheduled for Halloween in 2018, Laurie Strode and her family joins old and new allies to fight the Michael Myers riot, who is still in Haddonfield Diaspora.

Halloween Kills 2021
Halloween Kills 2021

A spokesperson for Blumhouse Productions confirmed on July 19, 2019, that “Halloween Kills” and its sequel “Halloween Ends” will be produced and filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina at the same time. The filming of the film began on September 16, 2019. According to the film license obtained from the city, there will be a news reporter on-site to update the events of the 2018 film. The film shot in Wilmington from September 20 to 21 involved car wreckage.

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Halloween Kills 2021
Halloween Kills 2021

Other photography includes simulated shooting scenes on September 27, September 30, and October 1. Other photography was taken on October 16, 2019. Photography ends on November 3, 2019.

Halloween Kills 2021
Halloween Kills 2021

In an interview with Andi Matichak, it was discovered that the filming plan was going back to back with the end of Halloween, but it was not carried out due to the “intense schedule”.

Halloween Kills 2021
Halloween Kills 2021

Halloween Kills was originally scheduled to be released in theaters on October 16, 2020. In July 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was postponed to October 15, 2021.

Halloween Kills 2021
Halloween Kills 2021

In July 2019, the film was announced along with the direct sequel “Halloween Ends”, which is scheduled to be released on October 14, 2022.

Halloween Kills 2021
Halloween Kills 2021

Halloween Kills 2021

Directed by
David Gordon Green

Writing Credits
John Carpenter (based on characters created by)
David Gordon Green (written by)
Debra Hill (based on characters created by)
Danny McBride (written by)
Scott Teems (written by)

Judy Greer as Karen
Anthony Michael Hall as Tommy Doyle
Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode
Kyle Richards as Lindsey Wallace
Andi Matichak as Allyson
Nick Castle as The Shape
Dylan Arnold as Cameron Elam
Robert Longstreet as Lonnie Elam
Stephanie McIntyre as Scarecrow
Charles Cyphers as Leigh Brackett
Omar J. Dorsey as Sheriff Barker
Nancy Stephens as Marion Chambers
Kadrolsha Ona Carole as Police Officer
James Jude Courtney as The Shape
Ron Blake as Orderly

Brian F. Durkin as Deputy Graham
Robert Fortunato as Deputy
Jibrail Nantambu as Julian
Chris TC Edge as Paramedic
Diva Tyler as Sondra
Chris Holloway as EMT / Paramedic
J. Gaven Wilde as Dennis
Drew Broderick as Hospital Mob / Onlooker #1
Scott Rapp as Police Officer
Carmela McNeal as Vanessa
Darin Ferraro as EMT / Paramedic
Omar Azimi as Neighbor
AJ Taylor as Bar Patron
Chris Emrich as Hospital Mob
Salem Collins as Christy

Matthew Warzel as Billiards Guy
Willie Tyrone Ferguson as Police Officer
Tristian Eggerling as Young Lonnie Elam
Michael Smallwood as Marcus
Mike Dupree as Ventriloquist
Charlie Benton as Officer Richards
Andy Bethea as Police Officer
Jennifer Trudrung as Hysterical Woman
Craig Newkirk as Allyson’s EMT
G. Peter King as Fireman Samsung
Darrell Rackley as Cop
David Pascua as EMT / Paramedic
Holli Saperstein as Oscar’s Mother
Dillon Belisle as Hospital Mob
David A. Jackson as Injured Husband
Giselle Witt as Mindy
Ryan Lewis as Deputy Sullivan

Marc Bellinger as Flashback 70s cop
Bennett Tarr as Hospital Civilian
Troy Rudeseal as Laurie’s EMT #2
Bryan Matthew Ward as Hospital Mob
Bernice Cruz as Hospital Mob
Mark E Walters as Hospital mob
Brandon Parker as Police Officer
Trenell Mooring as EMT
Isiah Jenkins as Hospital Mobb
Zach Catanzareti as Hospital Patient
Robert Ashmore as Hospital Civilian
Steve Torchio as Hospital Mob
Rachel M. Sharp as Trick or Treat – Clown
Nick Andrews as Hospital Mob
Caleb Wayne Glover as Hospital Mob

LeTrell Sims as Civilian
Billy Crowe as Orderly
Sara Elizabeth Ezzell as Hospital Civilian
Zac Blevins as Cop
Ryan P. Sharp as Trick or Treat (balloon kid)
Melissa Ranae Bolton as Scarecrow – MOB
Joe Cranford as Hospital Patient
Russell Bryan Winstead as Deputy
Kay Ford as Angry Man Girlfriend / Hospital Mob
Steven Specht as EMT
Jonathan Bruce as Reporter
Kay Ford as Angry Man Girlfriend
Conrad Milton Rensch III as Hospital Mob

Hannah Fairclotha as Hospital Patient
Rusty Burrow as Hospital Patient (uncredited)
Sophia Callisto as Hospital Mob (uncredited)
Keith D Dooley as Sheriff Deputy (uncredited)
Arthur E. Gibson Jr. as Witness (uncredited)
LaTesha Hines as Patient / Rioter (uncredited)
Michelle Huddleston as Mob (uncredited)
Tanya Jacobson as Tanya Jacobson (uncredited)
Kimberly as Hospital visitor / Mob (uncredited)
Cynthia Morris as Hospital Mob (uncredited)
Braxton Smith Patterson as Patient (uncredited)
Diezel Ramos as Sheriff deputy (uncredited)
Michael John Workman as Hospital Mob (uncredited)

Release Dates
Argentina : 14 October 2021
Germany : 14 October 2021
Italy : 14 October 2021
Netherlands : 14 October 2021
Portugal : 14 October 2021
Slovakia : 14 October 2021
Bulgaria : 15 October 2021
Canada : 15 October 2021
UK : 15 October 2021
Lithuania : 15 October 2021
Sweden : 15 October 2021
Turkey : 15 October 2021
USA : 15 October 2021
France : 20 October 2021

Also Known As
(original title) / Australia / Canada (English title) / Germany / India (English title) / Mexico / Spain / UK / USA : Halloween Kills
Brazil : Halloween Kills: O Terror Continua
Bulgaria (Bulgarian title) : Хелоуин убива
Hungary : Gyilkos Halloween
Poland : Halloween zabija
Portugal : Halloween Mata
Russia : Хэллоуин убивает
Serbia : Ubistva Noći veštica
Slovakia : Halloween zabíja

Filming Locations
Wilmington, North Carolina, USA
North Carolina, USA
401 N Water Street, Wilmington, North Carolina, USA
(Haddonfield Memorial Hospital)
Screen Gems Studios – 1223 North 23rd Street, Wilmington, North Carolina, USA

Filming Dates
16 September 2019 – 3 November 2019

Based on
by John Carpenter
Debra Hill

Music by
John Carpenter
Cody Carpenter
Daniel Davies

Michael Simmonds

Production companies
Blumhouse Productions
Trancas International Pictures
Rough House Productions

Distributed by
Universal Pictures

Release date
October 15, 2021 (United States)

United States


Halloween Kills 2021
Halloween Kills 2021
Halloween Kills 2021
Halloween Kills 2021
Halloween Kills 2021
Halloween Kills 2021

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