We can expect to get our first real look at the upcoming Halloween reboot sometime in early June, at least according to Jason Blum.
The official synopsis for the latest Halloween film promises a final showdown between Jamie Lee Curtis' Laurie Strode and Michael Myers.
Michael Myers steps out of the shadows once again on the first poster for Blumhouse's upcoming Halloween movie, starring Jamie Lee Curtis.
Longtime franchise star Jamie Lee Curtis shared the first shot from the set of the upcoming Halloween movie on her Twitter.
2017 gave us some of the most frightening films to date and 2018 is only making things worse (by which we mean better).
The Halloween franchise creator took a moment to explain Michael Myers' somewhat confusing timeline in relation to the upcoming film.
Arrested Development and MCU alum Judy Greer is reportedly in negotiations to star in Danny McBride and David Gordon Green's revival of Halloween.
Jamie Lee Curtis will reprise her role as the original final girl, Laurie Strode, in the new Halloween, arriving next year.
Danny McBride appeared on a podcast recently and revealed that the upcoming Halloween follow-up will feature a much less immortal Michael Myers.
Co-writer Danny McBride reveals the movie will be based on the series' early mythology.
John Carpenter's Halloween classic is getting a reimagining from the folks behind Pineapple Express and Eastbound & Down.
A North Carolina nurse hand-made Halloween costumes for tiny patients in the neonatal intensive care unit.
For the first time in over a decade, more kids will be trick 'r treating as superheroes than princesses this Halloween.
Carpenter will return to executive produce the tenth installment of the "Halloween" franchise, while Blum produces through his Blumhouse banner.
Many of the "Scream Queen" characters will be back for a second season that will draw inspiration from the hospital-set "Halloween II."
In a new Halloween-themed promo, Ryan Reynolds suits up as Deadpool for a trip to the playground with some X-trick-r-treaters.
Reynolds' Halloween pic with a group of X-Kids also came with a winking plea to Fox to stop messing with the films' timelines.