Jason Blum, founder of Blumhouse Productions, expresses his interest in the possibility of making more Michael Myers movies after Halloween Ends.
Michael Myers may stick around after Halloween Ends as Jason Blum wants more Halloween movies after the planned rebooted trilogy concludes. Blum is the founder and CEO of Blumhouse Productions, which has produced notable horror franchises, including Paranormal Activity and The Purge. The production company was also given the task of rebooting the Halloween franchise, beginning with the first film releasing in 2018. The second installment in the planned trilogy, Halloween Kills, is scheduled to hit theaters later this month.
The final film in the series, Halloween Ends, is expected to bring closure for Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) and her battle against Michael Myers. For nearly 40 years, Strode has been stalked by the serial killer, Myers, across seven total movies. While Curtis first had some reservations against reprising her role in 2018’s Halloween revamp, it seems her storyline may be nearing its end. However, if Blum gets his way, that won’t be the last time audiences see Michael Myers.