The 2018 film Halloween brought the slasher film franchise brought to life following quite the hiatus. Furthermore, it’d been well over a decade since the original timeline which spawned the Halloween franchise had been explored. Now, thanks to the 2018 installment, fans have an all-new storyline that continues the events from the original 1978 classic. This continuation started with the aforementioned 2018 film, a 2021 follow-up titled Halloween Kills, and soon a 2022 finale titled Halloween Ends. Now the teaser trailer has been released for Halloween Ends – signaling the end of an era.
With the way Halloween Kills left things, many fans were unsure which direction the franchise would be going in. It was always known that another follow-up would be arriving ever since Halloween Kills was announced. But how did the new film trilogy’s cast and crew intend to wrap things up?
Especially considering that Halloween Ends would be taking place four years after the events of the 2018 film and Halloween Kills. It’s a good question.
Well, now thanks to the first teaser trailer released, we have our first real ideas regarding Halloween Ends. You can see the new teaser trailer courtesy of Blumhouse down below:
It certainly looks like an interesting time for fans – and one that should be different from Michael’s most recent attacks in Haddonfield. Hopefully we’ll have more details and glimpses at the upcoming film soon, especially since there are only a few months left before it’s released. Stay tuned to ScreenGeek for additional updates on Halloween Ends as we have them.
David Gordon Green returned to direct Halloween Ends, following his work on its predecessors, Halloween and Halloween Kills.
The cast for the new sequel includes Jamie Lee Curtis, Andi Matichak, and Kyle Richards. James Jude Courtney will return to play the role of The Shape alongside original Michael Myers actor Nick Castle.
Fans will be able to see Halloween Ends later this year on October 14, 2022.