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    Is Another Halloween Sequel Happening, Or Did Halloween Ends Really Wrap It Up?

    In September of 2023, Bloody Disgusting reported that producer Malek Akkad had started “actively shopping the rights to the ‘Halloween’ franchise around Hollywood.” (While the film rights are co-owned by Miramax, Akkad’s company Trancas International Films was previously the sole owner of all television rights.) The report also stated that A24 and Miramax were the two main parties fighting for the rights, with A24 seemingly in the lead. A24, of course, is currently developing a “Friday the 13th” TV series for Peacock, so adding a “Halloween” show wouldn’t have been a huge leap.

    Deadline has since learned that Miramax has locked down the “Halloween” TV rights and intends to use a new “Halloween” TV series to “potentially launch a cinematic universe spanning film and television.” The next question is whether it will be connected to Green’s trilogy at all. 

    In an interview with ComicBook.com, producer Jason Blum said he was “Very sure [‘Halloween Ends’] was our last ‘Halloween,’ and now […] You know, I’ve been thinking, Halloween is coming around, the actual holiday, and I don’t know. I don’t know. It’s anybody’s guess.”

    Even if “Halloween Ends” didn’t make a big splash at the box office, the trilogy was a big success for Blumhouse. Given how “The Exorcist: Believer” has turned out to be the polar opposite for Blumhouse and Green, the idea of more Michael Myers may start to look enticing (assuming Blumhouse can work out a deal with Miramax).

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