Jamie Lee Curtis Confirms Kyle Richards Will Join Halloween Kills Movie
Say hello to Nostalgia because a reunion is just around the corner. And this time it’s not the stars not meeting but acting together again. Stars from the 1977 horror film Halloween, Jamie Lee Curtis and Kyle Richards, reunite for the 2020 sequel Halloween Kills.
Jamie Lee Curtis Confirms Kyle Richards Return to Halloween Kills
The horror film Halloween was picked up for a sequel last year when it became the highest-grossing horror film ever. The director after that promised two more Halloween sequels with Jamie Lee Curtis in lead. However, we’ve got more good news. The child from the original Halloween movie, Kyle Richards is back to play the role. Don’t believe us? Well, you’ll believe Jamie. The actress confirmed this casting news on her Instagram.
In her caption, Jamie Lee Curtis writes,
Completing the circle! THRILLED to comfirm that @kylerichards18 is coming back to the 🎃 @halloweenmovie family where she belongs. She will join MANY original characters and their performers. Can’t wait f🎃r y🎃u t🎃 see!
Everything You Need to Know About the Halloween Sequels
Universal announced in July that it would release back-to-back “Halloween” sequel movies that will open in 2020 and 2021. The first sequel will be titled “Halloween Kills” and open on Oct. 16, 2020. “Halloween Ends” will open a year later on Oct. 15, 2021. Green will direct both films and Jamie Lee Curtis will star along with old co-star Kyle Richards.
In the 2018 film, Curtis’ character has a final confrontation with Michael Myers, who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago. That film found Strode as a reclusive grandmother still traumatized by her encounters with the killer and praying every night to get one more chance to dispatch Myers. After he escapes prison, she gets her wish. If you haven’t seen it, what are you waiting for! Go watch it before the sequels arrive.