‘Halloween Kills’ will be a reunion of past stars from ‘Halloween’ as Kyle Richards is now confirmed to return to role she first placed in 1978…
One of the original stars of the 1978 film ‘Halloween’ is returning for the upcoming sequel titled ‘Halloween Kills’.
Kyle Richards — who portrayed Lindsey Wallace, one of the children Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) was babysitting the night Michael Myers came home again — is returning to the role she played in the original movie directed by John Carpenter.
These days Richards is better known as a reality TV star as part of the cast of ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ but she will get back to her roots in acting to reprise the role of Lindsey Wallace for the upcoming sequel.
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It’s true 🎃 I am beyond honored and thrilled to be a part of #halloweenkills And reprising my role as Lindsey Wallace. Thank you #davidgordongreen @blumhouse @universalpictures @curtisleejamie #Malekakkad @lone_wolf_mcbride I have always been so proud to have been a part of Halloween. Bringing Lindsey back is very exciting! #halloweenkills2020
Anthony Michael Hall will be playing Tommy Doyle, the boy who joined Lindsey that Halloween night when Laurie was forced to fend off the attacks from a psychopathic masked maniac.
‘Halloween Kills’ is part of back-to-back sequels being filmed with director David Gordon Green and Jamie Lee Curtis already on board as they look to close out the ‘Halloween’ trilogy they started with the movie that was released last year. That film essentially served as a direct sequel to the original ‘Halloween’ by eliminating any of the mythology told in the movies that were released in the following years.
‘Halloween Kills’ will open on October 16, 2020 with ‘Halloween Ends’ then scheduled for release on October 15, 2021.