“You know, I think we were just kind of — in our early ideas of it — just like, ‘what would you do if you could?’” McBride told MTV when asked if there was truth to rumors Halloween was initially developed as a pair of back-to-back films.
“But I think both of us were just sort of trying to make sure we didn’t blow this one before we got ahead of ourselves and tried to make a whole universe out of it,” McBride added.
When pressed about ideas in the closet for potential follow-ups, McBride answered, “There are ideas, yeah.”
Producer Jason Blum, who backs the project through the horror-centric Blumhouse, said last month they currently “don’t have a plan” for sequels. On Twitter, asked if there would be future films, Blum answered, “I really hope so.”
The film has since debuted at the Toronto…
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