“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…
Latest posts by Mayra Rodriguez (see all)
- ‘House With a Clock in Its Walls’ Seems Like It Wants to Set Up a Sequel - September 18, 2018
- The Mom Behind the Nursing Clothes You’ll Actually Want to Wear - September 18, 2018
- Move aside helicopter moms, lawnmower parents are on the rise - September 18, 2018