I’ve come off as overly negative lately so I want to say: they tested two different endings for HALLOWEEN ENDS. One of them scored highly and by all accounts the Michael vs. Laurie confrontation is handled very well.— ViewerAnon (@ViewerAnon) July 20, 2022
A few notable tweets aside, most of you may be asking, "Halloween Ends? How?"
Director David Gordon Green, who's dedicating this 13th film in the 45-year-old franchise as a love letter to franchise creator John Carpenter, says Halloween Ends will be very different from Halloween Kills.
Fans of this epic horror movie franchise in history are abuzz on Twitter, Reddit, and various other social media platforms on the outcome of the final showdown between Laurie Strode and the masked slayer Michael Myers.
Jamie Lee Curtis, who'll be bidding farewell to her role as Laurie Strode wrote: "ENDINGS ARE A BITCH" on her personal Instagram post. It's likely a bittersweet ending for her in Halloween movies.
Curtis is also listed as the executive producer of this final installment of Green's trilogy from 2018's Halloween and 2021's Halloween Kills.
According to AV Club that's done a synopsis of this movie, "this one is about the trauma that Laurie’s lived with all her life. By killing Michael, she can put the past behind her because killing Michael is the only surefire way to get that guy off your back."
EW writes that Curtis "first played the part in director [John] Carpenter's 1978 horror classic Halloween and reprised the role in 1978's Halloween II, 1998's Halloween H20, 2002's Halloween Resurrection, and the two previous Green films."