It’s been revealed by one of Halloween Kills’ producers, Ryan Freimann, that they could make some crossovers in the future, but Michael Vs. Jason might not be on the cards.
He revealed this during a recent interview with CBR.com.
The movie is coming out very soon – October 15th in the US and the UK – just in time for the spooky season.
Halloween Kills was supposed to be released last year.
However, it ended up being delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Will the Halloween movie universe be expanded with the addition of Jason and Freddie?
Here’s what the movie’s producer, Ryan Freimann, had to say on a possible crossover with Jason or with Freddie Krueger:
We always run into that because you always want to have Freddy and Jason and then Leatherface has kind of crept into there on the Mount Rushmore of those guys. I still like to think that Michael being the first is the best and I think each has their own appeal. Freddy definitely has his silliness and is interesting. I’ve never truly been a Jason fan but I find merit in all of them. We partner with Universal in their horror parks on the Titans of Terror where all four of them are represented but we try to really keep them on their own so I don’t think you’ll see a Michael vs. Jason or Michael vs. Freddy on the docket for the future.
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