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Lussier Confirmed for HALLOWEEN 3-D

Halloween sequel will film first for Lussier.

By Jarrod Sarafin     September 19, 2009
Source: Uncle Creepy, Dread Central

Tyler Mane returns as Michael Myers in Rob Zombie's H2(2009).
© Dimension Films

The horror gods over at Dread Central have confirmed earlier reports that Patrick Lussier is taking over the directing duties for Halloween 3-D, the next installment out of the Dimension Films. As soon as Rob Zombie's sequel made some money but fell short of New Line's The Final Destination (3-D) in its opening weekend, the executives over at The Weinstein Company were thinking it's time for Michael Myers to make the jump into 3-D cinema.

And who better to push Myers into those state of the art theaters than someone well versed in 3-D technology? Patrick Lussier is the director of the profitable My Bloody Valentine 3-D remake.

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No word yet if the stars from Zombie's remake and sequel will be returning to star in the third film. Or what the plot concept will be.

Halloween 3-D will hit theaters sometime next summer.


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Chopsaki 9/19/2009 3:16:43 AM

I'm not exactly sure why but I found My Bloody Valentine 3-D entertaining. I just hope this news dosn't cause MrJawbreakingEquilibrium's head to explode! Poor RZ gets no love other then from Sheri Moon of course.

myklspader 9/19/2009 7:03:12 AM

 Chopsaki, I think you found “My Bloody Valentine 3D” entertaining for the same reason I did… it was mindless horror movie fun. The way the movies should be. Granted not the greatest or scariest but fun none the less. 

I do hope they take this in a better direction than H2… hell I am all for revamping the revamp 'cause I just can't stand the whole white trash aspect in Zombie's takes. 

pilgram 9/19/2009 7:55:37 AM

He will up the horror and action I'm sure. However I do not want to see lots of knives being thrown tword camera. Thats getting very old.

Wiseguy 9/19/2009 9:01:16 AM

Something I'll probably see but can't say that I'm enthusiastic about the whole project

Whitelotuspriest 9/19/2009 10:07:07 AM

I'm bettin' this will have nothin' to do with Zombie's Halloween. Zombie's version of Michael Myers is done, and this will be more of a stand alone, one shot adventure if you will.

sinister666 9/19/2009 10:37:18 AM

 it will actually have nothing to do with michael myers but they will cash in on it by calling it HALLOWEN III and they slap some stupid subtitle SEASON OF THE WITCH.  it'll be about some stupid commercial that will hypnotize kids to wear masks on HALLOWEEN.  that's what we'll be getting next summer.  you know how i know this?  BECAUSE WE GOT THIS BULLSHIT 25 YEARS AGO!  ALL HAIL HANSO!...SON!

Chopsaki 9/19/2009 10:50:45 AM


rocker0486 9/19/2009 12:47:33 PM

Hollywood is really going overboard with the 3D. Its fine when its cartoons or other kid movies but with rated R horrow movies? Yeah 'cause it worked so well for Jaws 3D.

If Rob Zombie isn't making Halloween 3 then I won't watch it.

extzero 9/19/2009 11:06:40 PM

ALRIGHT!!!! Next we can have Friday the 13th in 3D, and A Nightmare on Elm St in 3D, and wait for it, wait for it SAW 20 in 3D!!! YES!!!!

evilbeagle 9/21/2009 8:29:25 AM

Not sure I care.

I just watched Zombie's first Halloween movie, and didn't think it was too bad.  Pretty disturbing with the kid and all even if it was a bit contrived.  I'm not a fan of his movies, but it was watchable.  I just don't get into the horror films like I did when i was younger...not sure why that is...I'm guessing as you get older you become more aware of all the real horrors in the world that the fake ones are no longer as entertaining.

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