Jamie Lee Curtis reunites with original Halloween costar at sequel's premiere

New Halloween Featurette Reveals the Face of Evil

New Halloween Featurette Reveals the Face of Evil

Director David Gordon Green's sequel, which picks up four decades after Carpenter's original film (and disregards the installments in between), sends Myers on another murder spree through suburbia, though former baby sitter Laurie Strode (Curtis) has been preparing for his return.

Retirement age can't keep the original Michael down: Castle, now 71, puts on the mask one more time in the new "Halloween" (in theaters October 19). Just like how the original film gave Michael's story with an nearly supernatural eeriness, though, so too does this film go beyond the limits of a normal realistic slasher flick, imbuing its entire runtime with a certain degree of mystery, particularly its rather abrupt ending. "Cannot believe it has been 40 years since we made the original Halloween".

What does it take to make a Halloween movie? Richards asked Curtis during an Entertainment Tonight segment earlier this year.

She also told Curtis of the Halloween memory she'll never forget: "I always have that memory of me, on the last day of shooting, of you carrying me all the way back to my dressing room".

In the new Halloween, Laurie faces her final confrontation with Michael - and she's ready for it.

Halloween, directed by David Gordon Green and starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, Will Patton, Virginia Gardner, Nick Castle, Jefferson Hall, Rhian Rees, Toby Huss and Haluk Bilginer is now in theaters.

The film is now playing in theaters everywhere.

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