When Michael Myers again begins to terrorize the audience and Laurie Strode, the latter will not be the only reminder of the maniac's past. In the horror movie Halloween Kills, another character from the original horror film by John Carpenter, Tommy Doyle, will appear. His role in the new Blumhouse project went to Anthony Michael Hall, who gained fame after his appearance in the youth comedies of the 80s Sixteen Candles and The Breakfast Club.|
Tommy Doyle was one of the children Laurie Strode looked after in the first "Halloween". In the 1978 film, the eight-year-old boy was played by Brian Andrews, and in The Curse of Michael Myers, the role of the grown-up Tommy was played by Paul Rudd. In Part 6, Doyle teamed up with Dr. Loomis to end Michael Myers once and for all.
Since last year's "Halloween" ignored the events of all but the first two parts of the franchise, the adult Tommy's obsession with Michael Myers no longer matters. Despite this, producer Jason Bloom suggested that Paul Rudd return to the role of Doyle, but the actor turned it down because of his employment in the new Ghostbusters.
The director's chair of the horror film will be taken by David Gordon Green, who successfully returned Michael Myers to the screens last year. The shooting of the films "Halloween Kills" and "Halloween Ends" will take place one after the other, and so far journalists know for certain about the participation of Anthony Michael Hall only in the first of the sequels. Perhaps Myers will still get to his old friend.
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