Jamie Lee Curtis believes that audiences will be angered by the events of Halloween Ends.
The actress first played the character of Laurie Strode in 1978's John Carpenter classic Halloween, where she successfully survived the murderous rampage of the masked serial killer, Michael Myers.
She has played the role in several other entries in the movie series, most of which received negative reviews, but the franchise received a popular reboot in 2018 with Halloween, which was followed by Halloween Kills.
The sequel trilogy will conclude with Halloween Ends, which will be released in October of 2022.
The new movie takes place four years after the events of Halloween Kills, which saw Laurie's daughter Karen murdered by Michael.
The trailer, naturally, displays Michael going on another violent rampage before once again coming face to face with Laurie.
What did Jamie Lee Curtis say about Halloween Ends?
Curtis believes the movie's depiction of victims and victim blaming will anger people.
"I've been saying people are going to be angry from the beginning," she said while promoting Halloween Ends.
"They're going to be angry because we’re saying something about all of us as a society. This is about victims. This is about victim shaming. This is about what happens in a town when we have all become monsters.
“People don’t like to be told they’re monsters. You’ve seen the monsters on Twitter. All that social media has done is really remind us all that we’re monsters and that we have that power. It’s a movie about Michael and Laurie coming in for this final inevitable battle between good and evil, but in the midst of it all, it’s asking, ‘is Michael really just evil or are we all a little bit culpable here?'”
2022 • 111 minutes