Although restarts and remakes have become standard in the film industry in the past ten years or more, there are also rare franchises that are constantly evolving, looking for new lives without having to start from scratch. This is especially true for the horror genre, in which the beloved movies have been living to tell stories to a new generation of audiences without losing the original movies of their respective series.
In 2018, the popular movie theater was a direct sequel to John Carpenter’s 1978 original film of the same name-and there were two others. More importantly, “The Craft: Legacy”
But for the founders of Blumhouse Productions (the company behind these new batches of franchise products), this is by no means an option.
When Jason Blum talked about Amazon Prime Video’s speech on GameSpot, he talked about the importance of fulfilling the iconic terrorist franchise legacy that his company oversees. He explained: “I think it’s critical. I think it’s meaningless otherwise? I hate the thought:’Yes, that old one works. We call it the new one.’ “I think if we want to continue Going on, we must respect everything that existed before.I think we did it through The Craft[: Legacy]. “
This is especially true for Halloween. The next movie “Halloween Killing” will be released next year. The creator of the original series, John Carpenter, will once again be the producer.
Bloom said: “John Carpenter created the whole event. I want to erase him on Halloween. I don’t know. I think it’s a very strange thing.” “I always Say, if we do, we must do it with him. I am glad I said that. I am glad we did it.”
Halloween fans are also happy for what he did. Halloween in 2018 was a critical commercial success and successfully brought Jamie Lee Curtis (Jamie Lee Curtis) back to the franchise. Now, we only need to wait a year to see what happens next in the series. According to the fact that this sequel will be released on October 15, 2021, it will be a bloody and disturbing journey.