After announcing the delay of Halloween Kills to 2021, John Carpenter shared the opening to Halloween Kills to give us a glimpse at what the sequel has in store. Check out the video below.
Unfortunate, but expected news, has broke today. Though the film was reportedly finished, Universal has officially postponed the release of Halloween Kills until October 15, 2021, and Halloween Ends to October 14, 2022.
In a statement on his Twitter, John Carpenter announces the delay, while also revealing the film will get an IMAX release next year. He then went on to share a brief clip of footage from the film, suggesting that it will pick up directly from the ending of the 2018 film.
Though it took a bit longer than I was anticipating, the photo gallery is back online! I’ve re-organized and re-uploaded everything, so now everything is hopefully easier to navigate. I’ll be spending the afternoon going through the website and fixing all of the now-broken links to new ones. Until then, enjoy the new and improved Halloween Photos!
Part of 45 Lampkin Lane, this is your newest fan site for everything related to the talented, award-winning actress, author and philanthropist Jamie Lee Curtis! With appearances in numerous television shows, over fifty films, and close to a dozen books authored, it’s safe to say Jamie Lee Curtis has left her mark on the entertainment industry, and I couldn’t be prouder to have opened this site.
The gallery currently houses over 55,000 photos, consisting largely of screencaps and stills from her film and television projects, as well as some appearances and on-set candids. The gallery will definitely grow over time as I slowly add more captures from her filmography, appearances on talk shows, photoshoots, and more.
In addition, the filmography page is mostly complete; though every project has a link, several pages are still be constructed and will be going live soon. Thanks for visiting, and please keep checking back for more Jamie Lee Curtis news!
45 Lampkin Lane has moved to the fantastic services provided by Web Host Python. Unfortunately, there were a few issues with the move that I’m currently working on fixing, but I may still miss some as I work through the site.
The gallery is also temporarily down as I work on transferring it from the prior software to being its own gallery with Coppermine. I’m aiming to have it back up by Monday, but if anything changes, I’ll be sure to update.