New posters for Halloween Kills highlight Laurie Strode along with her girl and granddaughter. Jamie Lee Curtis has played Laurie Strode since John Carpenter’s original 1987 movie, Halloween. Curtis repeated her part in 2018’s patch up of the franchise, which introduced audiences to her girl, Karen (Judy Greer), and her granddaughter, Allyson (Andi Matichak). Before the finish of the last film, the Strode women had caught Michael Myers in Laurie’s home and burned down it.
As detailed by Bloody Disgusting, Halloween Kills has released four brand-new posters that highlight Laurie, Karen, and Allyson. The first three posters are dedicated to each lady separately, while the fourth banner sees every one of the three Strode women coming together. The women are set against a blazing backdrop of the Strode house fire they set in the past movie. Each banner likewise features the tagline, “Three generations strode strong.” View every one of the four Halloween Kills posters underneath:
Each of the three Strode women look stoic and savage, with Laurie looking the most grizzled and prepared for a fight. Given the tagline of each banner and the new connection featurette, named “Warriors,” the Strode women are more than prepared to take on Michael in Halloween Kills. The occasions of the spin-off are relied upon to happen just after the 2018 Halloween redo ended, which concluded with Michael caught in the house fire. Nonetheless, ongoing trailers uncover that Michael is as yet alive and gets away from the fire, looking to chase down the Strode women. The fight won’t be simple for Michael, as Laurie says in the featurette, “We fight! We generally fight!”
Laurie has progressed significantly since she was first followed by the executioner back in Carpenter’s original movie. Then, a 17-year-old sitter, Laurie has clearly shed her innocence and is more than glad to get her hands messy. The new posters above impeccably mirror the Strode women’s feelings and motivations. Fans can anticipate watching the Strodes take on Michael in Halloween Kills once it releases to theaters and Peacock on October 15.