Michael Myers showed this weekend he can still get butts in the seats. Director David Gordon Green’s sequel to John Carpenter’s legendary original 1978 movie, which he penned with Danny McBride, brought in an estimated $77.5 million. That’s the biggest opening ever for the “Halloween” franchise and the best for any Blumhouse movie. “Halloween” is also the second-biggest opening weekend ever for an October release (just below the $80.2 million earned by “Venom” three weeks ago), and second-biggest opening ever for a horror movie. The first being Warner Bros.’ “It” in 2017 ($123.4 million). ‘Halloween’ earned $77.5 million over the weekend, the biggest opening ever for the franchise

 

 

https://www.popsugar.com/entertainment/What-Happens-Original-Halloween-Movie-45387318Halloween is one of the most complicated franchises out there, so you’ll have to forgive me for breathing a sigh of relief when news broke that the latest movie would be a direct sequel to the original 1978 film. The new film, also simply titled Halloween, is asking audiences to forget the nine other sequels and reboots that came out between 1981 and 2009 — so no need to remember how many times homicidal maniac Michael Myers has “died” over the years. As we’ve seen in the trailer, Halloween picks up four decades after Laurie’s daring escape from the masked killer. If it’s been a while since you’ve seen the original, now is a perfect time to rewatch it. But if you don’t have the time, let me fill you in. Here’s a beat-for-beat recap of the 1978 horror classic. Every Important Detail You Need to Remember From the Original Halloween

Lets see what’s being said on social media..

https://twitter.com/juliebeann13/status/1054308973589880832

https://www.businessinsider.com/halloween-earned-record-breaking-opening-weekend-2018-10

 

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *