Despite the spirit of never saying never, Curtis makes it clear that “Halloween Ends” will be “the last time” she sees her Laurie. Caught in the chair of sister Myers murdering sisters in “Halloween,” Halloween II”, “Halloween: H20” and “Halloween: Resurrection” before Green’s “H40” trilogy, the resilient last girl was overcome four decades of waiting and fighting, fighting and waiting, in homes, hospitals and schools where evil can be anywhere. Despite bullets, burns, knives, kung-fu and electrocuted, Myers is an unstoppable force and will always come back for more, an excuse that’s always ready for an endless sequel.
Blumhouse CEO Jason Blum, whose production company took over the helm of the franchise after Dimension Films launched in the ’90s, echoed Curtis’ view that the future could be full of films.” Halloween” more but for now, this trilogy is definitely over. While promoting “Halloween Kills” last year, Blum threw the ball at producer and franchise manager Malek Akkad’s court:
“We’ve arranged for three films. We’ve had a three-picture marriage the third film is spectacular because that’s our immediate work and if it goes beyond that, I’ll be happy.” . But there are currently no plans for us to join after this third movie.”
For the original co-creator of Michael Myers CarpenterMyers can always come back if the price is right, testament to another popular “Halloween” maxim: You can’t kill Boogeyman.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1038796/jamie-lee-curtis-wont-rule-out-a-return-to-the-halloween-franchise/ Jamie Lee Curtis Won’t Rule Out Returning to the Halloween Franchise