Tree Gelbman is trapped again in a time loop with another killer in a baby mask stalking her but now her friends are targets as well in next year’s horror sequel, Happy Death Day 2U.
The legendary Stan Lee passed away, Game of Thrones and Young Justice Season 3 get premiere dates, Pee Wee’s Playhouse returning to TV, Blumhouse expands their world domination, The Mandalorian gets it’s lead and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
40 years after the original Halloween, Michael Myers escapes from custody and returns home to face off against Laurie Strode one final time in David Gordon Green’s reboot/sequel Halloween.
Sony developing a Kraven the Hunter movie, first official look at Terminator 6, ALF may be coming back, more cast members added for Doctor Sleep, Fargo Season 4 is confirmed, a 24 prequel series is in the works and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Sequels dominated the box office with 8 of the top ten movies being follow ups in various franchises with The Equalizer 2 coming out on top, just barely, over Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.
Netflix, Blumhouse and Indian proudcer Anurag Kashyap are teaming up to bring some Indian horror to Netflix in August with the mini-series Ghoul, where demons and other horrors are unleashed at a remote Indian military prison.
The fourth entry in The Purge franchise heads back to where it all started as the recently elected New Founding Fathers conduct an “experiment” in Staten Island which is the titular First Purge that the local residents fight to survive.
The Purge is coming to the small screen as USA is debuting a 10 episode series set in the universe of the Blumhouse horror franchise in September.
Michael Myers returns to battle Laurie Strode four decades after their first encounter in Blumhouse and David Gordon Green’s new chapter of the Halloween saga, arriving this October.
Solo remained on the top of the box office for a second week but it suffered a 65% drop off from last week and will most likely be the first Star Wars movie under Disney to lose money.