John Carpenter Wants to Score the Next Halloween Sequel
Legendary filmmaker and composer John Carpenter wants to write the score for Blumhouse Productions’ planned sequel to his classic 1978 horror movie Halloween. The ever-unpredictable David Gordon Green has been named to write and direct the sequel-not-reboot, which is tentatively set to arrive in 2018. The movie, according to co-writer Danny McBride, will follow from the events of Halloween II, ignoring all subsequent Halloween series films.
Carpenter’s original Halloween was a groundbreaking film in 1978, practically single-handedly writing the rules for all slasher movies to come. Made for just $300,000, the film has gone on to gross $70 million, making it one of the most profitable independent films of all-time. Among the movie’s innovative elements was Carpenter’s ...
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