"She will be the one people are standing behind when that moment comes, because she's the one ready".
The upcoming Halloween sequel will be the first film to emerge from the long-running franchise since 2009's Halloween II, which was directed by Rob Zombie.
Now that we can breathe easy in terms of creative pedigree, let's take a look at what this trailer is actually telling us about the Halloween universe this narrative occurs in.
Curtis' character was unceremoniously killed off in Halloween: Resurrection in 2002, but in true Halloween franchise fashion, it would appear that the new Halloween film will be ignoring the continuity of numerous sequels in favor of telling its own story.
But with Blumhouse ("Get Out", "Split") involved and a script that won over Carpenter (who is an executive producer on the movie), the maestro of the franchise is back, which has given this "Halloween" a real sense of excitement.
The first trailer for the upcoming 2018 "Halloween" film makes it very clear nearly all of the previous movies were thrown out the window. and we're totally OK with it.
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A trailer for "Halloween" dropped on Friday morning, revealing a gray-haired Laurie Strode with a lot less fear and a whole lot more vengeance on her mind.
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With that the excitement once Jamie Lee Curtis announced her plans to reprise her role that garnered supreme "scream queen" status. It picks up 40 years after the events of the John Carpenter classic.
This teaser trailer also does a fantastic job of re-introducing Myers after all these years, and if the shot of Haddonfield's living, breathing nightmare slipping back into his mask doesn't give you chills, we don't know what will.
Beyond returning star Jamie Lee Curtis, the cast also features Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, Will Patton, Virginia Gardner, and Nick Castle.