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Nick Castle Returns to Play Michael Myers in New ‘Halloween’

Jason McDonald

While we don’t know a lot about the new “Halloween” film coming out next year, there’s certainly been one constant theme thus far and that’s a desire to return the film to its roots. There have been some good steps in that direction, but none have been more surprising than the one we’ve learned today.

Bloody-Disgusting has learned and confirmed with the man himself, Nick Castle, will be returning in the next “Halloween” to reprise his role as Michael Myers.  Now, Castle just turned 70 years old this year so he’s no spring chicken. So does that mean Michael will actually retain his age and be old-man Myers for the new movie?  Gonna be interesting to have an elderly slasher villain.  Along with Castle, actor and stuntman James Jude Courtney will also portray Michael Myers.

So that means we have Jamie Lee Curtis, John Carpenter, and now the original Michael all working together again on film.  That’s pretty damn cool.  Now, tell us what the movie is going to be about, damn it, I can’t wait till the film drops on October 19, 2018.

What do you think?  Excited to have Nick Castle return? Unphased? Let us know below.

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      1. James McDonald December 21, 2017 at 6:42 pm

        I can’t wait for this new “Halloween” movie in 2018. Jamie Lee Curtis agreeing to return as “Laurie Strode” is fantastic. What a good sport. We thought they killed her off in Halloween: Resurrection. And with John Carpenter back, this should be some movie. Nick castle also returning as “The Shape” as he played in the first movie. But now there is word we have to forget all the other sequels. Does this include Halloween II and Halloween: H2O? They say we are in for an alternate ending to Halloween (1978) and the story takes us in a different direction, if I understand it right.