Halloween creator John Carpenter offered his thoughts on the possibility of Halloween Kills streaming rather than theatrically.
John Carpenter discussed whether the next entry in the Hallowe’en franchise, Halloween deaths, will debut on a streaming service rather than a theatrical release.
“Of course, Hallowe’en it can be shared that way because theaters are dead, “Carpenter said. NME. “It’s just reality at the moment,” he added. “And it’s a tragedy, but it’s true. We just have to face it. The studio contacted David and I, and they made us postpone. [Halloween Kills‘ release date] for a year in the hope that things would get better. So we still hope it gets better. “
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Responding to Warner Bros. ‘premiere of its 2021 movie lineup on HBO Max, Carpenter noted, “These guys are making decisions that they consider in their best interests. This is how they see the future going … They think. best way to do it. “
Halloween deaths Y Halloween ends they are the last two films planned within the franchise directed by Michael Myers. Both next Hallowe’en the movies are directed by 2018’s Hallowe’en director David Gordon Green.
Directed by David Gordon Green and written by Green, Danny McBride, Paul Brad Logan and Chris Bernier, Halloween deaths stars Curtis, Andi Matichak, and Judy Greer. The film hits theaters on October 15.
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