David Gordon Green, creator of Pineapple Express: Sitting, Smoking, has been appointed to direct the next version of the classic horror movie Halloween. According to The Hollywood Reporter, he will also prepare a screenplay for the movie, co-written with Danny McBride on The Express.
"David and Danny recently came to my office with Jason Bloom and shared their vision of the story. And ... hooray, they got my approval. I suppose you will appreciate it. Anyway, they impressed me Maybe I'll even write the music for the movie. It would be great. Yes, and you can see it in theaters on October 19, 2018 ", the creator of the original movie John Carpenter wrote on his official Facebook page.
Let us remind you that "Halloween" was released in 1978 and became a classic of its genre. Many sequels were subsequently movieed, none of which succeeded in repeating the success of the original. In 2007, a remake was presented to the audience, which was directed by Rob Zombie. It was followed by a sequel as well.
Recall that the main antagonist of the series is the mentally ill Michael Myers, who wears a frightening mask and is armed with a large kitchen knife. Myers appears not only in movies, but also in several literary works and comics.
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