The saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode is set to come to its ultimate climax this Halloween in the final part of David Gordon Green’s reinvigorated Halloween trilogy, the aptly named Halloween Ends. Green’s first movie changed the entire history of Michael Myers, picking up from the end of 1978’s John Carpenter classic and ignoring everything that came after it, including the family connection between Michael and “last girl” Laurie. Now, heading into the final chapter, the director has revealed that despite the movie’s premiere coming in around 6 weeks he is still tweaking the ending on a daily basis.
Halloween Ends director David Gordon Green has revealed he is still constantly tweaking the movie’s ending just six weeks before release. Read More