Jamie Lee Curtis is Back as Laurie Strode in 'Halloween' First Look

Kelvin Reese
February 1, 2018

David Gordon Green directing from his script", she captioned it, adding, "Happy Halloween 2018 everyone.

Technically, production on the new Halloween movie has been underway for a couple weeks now, but today is the first official day of shooting on the sequel, which is bringing back Jamie Lee Curtis in her famed role as Laurie Strode, the sister of the seemingly immortal slasher Michael Myers.

Judy Greer will portray Karen Strode, Laurie's daughter, and Andi Matichak will play Allyson Strode, Karen's daughter, and Laurie's granddaughter.

Curtis shared a picture on Instagram while she was on set with scriptwriter David Gordon Green.

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The new Halloween movie will be a direct continuation of the original film (ignoring the other films of the canon) and hits cinemas on October 19th 2018. I've got faith. Check out the first look at present day Laurie Strode in the new Halloween movie image below. "See you 10/19/18 @halloweenmovie #HalloweenMovie".

Laurie Strode comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago. Though that wasn't true, she was killed off in Halloween: Resurrection, which debuted back in 2002.

Carpenter in February revealed that the film was in the works, taking to Facebook to tell fans, 'So you say you want a Revolution? As if that wasn't enough, John Carpenter is involved as a producer and may or may not be providing the music. The original film's director will also once again provide a score for the movie.

Indeed, by the looks of its first trailer, Hereditary does appear to be incredibly unnerving and deeply unsettling; birds flying into windows, kids slamming their heads into desks, people floating into ominous-looking treehouses, bug-infested bedrooms.

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