Third in a rebooted trilogy from director David Gordon Green, Halloween Ends. Curtis informed Digital Spy in July 2021 that the appearance will be her final as Laurie.
She told the tabloid, “I sobbed every day during that last week in Savannah, Georgia, because I realized every day walking to that set would be the last time I was going to be Laurie and be with my folks.
When will Halloween Ends be available in America?
On October 14, the movie was released in theaters, with screenings scheduled for all major theater chains. The movie lasts one hour and 51 minutes.
In Halloween Ends, who appears?
For the last time, Jamie Lee Curtis reprises her role as iconic lead Laurie Strode. In 1978, when the first Halloween movie came out, Curtis made his acting debut as Strode. Since then, he has played the character five more times: in Halloween II, Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later, Halloween: Resurrection, Halloween in 2018 and Halloween Kills in 2021.
As Laurie’s granddaughter Allyson Nelson, Andi Matichak will also be making a comeback. James Jude Courtney and Nick Castle will both play Michael Myers, the infamous antagonist, respectively.
In the 1978 horror classic Halloween, Castle portrayed Michael Myers. He has since made cameo appearances in three further Halloween sequels. He’ll play the adversary in Halloween Ends for the last time.
Halloween Ends cast will also include the likes of Will Patton (Remember the Titans, Armageddon), Rohan Campbell (The Right Kind of Wrong, The Valley Below), Kyle Richards (The Hungover Games, The Prince), and more.