Halloween Kills Will Please The Fans Says Jason Blum

Jason Blum, who’s a producer on the upcoming horror movie Halloween Kills, has revealed that he thinks fans of the franchise will be very happy with the new movie. This comes after Jamie Lee Curtis has revealed that the movie is a “masterpiece”.

He was speaking to Inverse in what is a truly very interesting interview. During the interview, he was asked about the upcoming Halloween Kills movie, which is a sequel to the hugely popular 2018 Halloween movie.

That movie was directed by David Gordon Green, and he also wrote the film’s script with Jeff Fradley and Danny McBride. Personally, I loved the film and I’ve been really looking forward to seeing their sequel movie, which is written by Gordon Green, McBride and Scott Teems.

Jason Blum promises that fans will be happy with Halloween Kills


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Blum, who’s the CEO of Blumhouse – the production company behind the new Halloween movies – revealed that he believes Halloween Kills will please the fans. Here’s what he had to say on the matter:

Fans will be very happy, that’s all I’ll say.

It was a very short, yet also very sweet answer to what was a pretty simple question. He was asked to comment on the movie, which is now coming out in 2021. It was supposed to hit cinemas this year, but it was pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  1. Bob

    It just doesn’t make sense WHY? Jamie Lee Curtis would do another Halloween movie when in Halloween Resurrection she was killed off? I know that those movies have nothing to do with the new ones, and it picks all those years later, after part 1 in 1978, but the new movie was not that good, very disappointing, so WHY? would Jamie make another one??

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