‘Halloween Kills’ BTS Photo Shows Michael Myers Burned Face
Halloween Kills hits screens and streaming service Peackock last week and has exceeded expectations and topped domestic box office numbers at $50.4 million, proving that “The Shape” is still a major box office pull. Celebrating the films success, there has been a number of behind the scenes images popping up on social media, but the latest image from zmyersofficial has given us fans the best look at Myers burned and battle scarred face.
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During the events of Halloween (2018) Myers, portrayed by James Jude Courtney, Myers already lost an eye, but we can see from this new image that he did not come out from that massive basement fire unscathed. Halloween Kills (2021) starts where the previous film left poor old Mikey, stuck in a burning building with no way out. As fans of the Halloween series know, Myers is certainly not one to let a little fire put him down, and thanks to some firefighters, the masked mad-man manages to escape the burning inferno. Whilst we could see that Myers mask is badly burnt, I don’t think any of us thought that he was as badly damaged as he is portrayed here. Myers must of been in terrible pain, which might go to explain why he was so much more violent this time around.
Halloween Kills is the second of a planned trilogy, with Halloween Ends promising to finish the story between MIchael Myers and Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis). The third part is planned for a 2022 release.
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