Michael Myers is back!
Jamie Lee Curtis gave “Halloween” fans the ultimate treat to celebrate the spooky holiday, a sneak peek at the upcoming sequel “Halloween Kills,” reported Entertainment Weekly.
The 60-year-old, who plays the franchise’s heroine Laurie Strode, shared behind-the-scenes footage from the followup to the 2018 reboot, which is being directed by David Gordon Greene again.
“‘Tis the season….. to start screaming,” she captioned the clip on Instagram. “First look at the mayhem David has created for all of you.”
The sequel looks to pick up closely after the events of the previous film, which saw Michael trapped in the burning basement of Laurie’s home.
The 20-second clip begins with the house on fire and later with Michael, in his trademark Boogeyman mask, standing on the porch as it burns behind him.
The teaser ends with a bloody Curtis lying on a stretcher saying, "Happy Halloween!"
Back for this latest edition are Judy Greer and Andi Matichak as Curtis’ daughter and granddaughter, respectively. While Anthony Michael Hall and “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Kyle Richards have joined the cast.
For Richards it’s a return to the franchise after over 40 years, as she is reprising her role of Lindsay Wallace, one of the kids Laurie babysat in the 1978 original.
While “Halloween Kills” is technically the 12th in the film’s entire franchise, it’s the second in the rebooted series.
After the box office success of the 2018 film, two more sequels with Curtis attached were greenlit.
"Halloween Kills" will hit theaters October 16, 2020, while its follow-up, "Halloween Ends," is set for October 15, 2021.