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Kyle Richards’ Horror Movie ‘Halloween Kills’ Release Date Has Been Pushed Back To 2021!

It's been confirmed that the upcoming Halloween sequels, Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends, has been pushed back to 2021 and 2022.

David Gordon Green’s Halloween Kills, which is in post, moves from Oct. 16 to Friday, Oct. 15, 2021 which is where Universal originally had Halloween Ends. That sequel now moves from that 2021 date to Oct. 14, 2022, according to Deadline.

The film stars the legendary Scream Queen, Jaime Lee Curtis, and Kyle Richards, who appeared in the original film, will make her return to the franchise as she will reprise her role as Lindsay Wallace.

John Carpenter and Gordon Green released a statement about the change, which you can read below.

Richards appeared in the original Halloween as Lindsay Wallace back in 1978 along with the legendary Curtis.

Halloween Kills will follow on from the 2018 movie, while the original Halloween spawned a string of sequels, they were all ignored for the 2018 reboot Halloween which is a direct follow-up of the 1978 film.

Richards reveals what she had to go through to reprise her role as Lindsay for Halloween Kills. Kyle gave up Botox "for six months leading up to the movie because an actress you wanna be able to move your face."

She also cut her bangs and slogged through night shoots, and when she finally watched the Real Housewives season filmed during that time she thought: "No."

"Between the bangs and the no Botox and no sleep, I was like: "No, not liking this look at all."" she told Variety After Show.

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