Dimension Films Removes HALLOWEEN 3D From Its 2012 Schedule

Dimension Films Removes HALLOWEEN 3D From Its 2012 Schedule

If you wanted to see Michael Myers once again this year, bad news. It seems that Dimension Films has pulled Halloween 3D from their 2012 schedule, and it is now waiting for the release date. More after the jump.


The new Halloween film featuring the iconic Michael Myers, titled Halloween 3D, was supposed to be released this October. But, the thing is, they haven't even started shooting. There is no cast, nothing. The last we heard is that Drive Angry 3D writers Patrick Lussier and Todd Farmer would work on this chapter, but right now, nothing is confirmed. And now, according to Shock Till You Drop, the project has been removed from Dimension Films' schedule:

"The 3D Michael Myers outing - as we suspected a few weeks ago - has been pushed back. The film has adopted the dreaded "release date to be determined" status."

It is also not known whether or not will this be another remake of the original, or just a continuation of Rob Zombie's version. Report also adds:

"Insiders tell us Halloween 3D is a priority at the company and they're still fielding pitches."

So, I guess all we can do now is wait and see what happens. But, are you looking forward to another Halloween film? Share your thoughts below.

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14 Comments
AlexdoxA - 3/8/2012, 8:57 AM
The first 30 minutes of Zombie's Halloween were really great... then it just kept getting worse by the minute until it reached the ridiculous white horses in the sequel.
HellsHammer - 3/8/2012, 9:01 AM
Halloween 2 had potential, I thought seeing Myers walk back to Haddonfield and out of the costume when it wasnt Halloween was a great idea but could have been done a lot better.
RorMachine - 3/8/2012, 9:02 AM
His first wasn't bad if you disregard the original completely..it was a fairly well made,effective horror flick. But, he completely missed the whole point of Michael Myers and what originally made him such an interesting and frightening character. The sequel was abysmal. Glad this prob won't see the light of day.
jessepostal - 3/8/2012, 9:16 AM
Not a fan of either, I think they gave him too much back story. I think that's a prob with a lot of movies these days, everything has to be explained. I vote for a sleep away camp remake!!!
loki668 - 3/8/2012, 9:17 AM
I am a fan of the original film, so I [frick]ing HATE Rob Zombie's version. It was like some fetishistic rave attended by carnies. Much like Michael Bay with Pearl Harbor, Rob Zombie completely missed the point (of Michael Myers). The sequel was excrement of the first order. I truly believe Rob Zombie is a hack, one-trick-pony, director. He's like Tim Burton but with ballgags and strapons.

Lord Loki has spoken
GingerBird - 3/8/2012, 9:28 AM
Dang, no cast, script, director... but hey, at least it was gonna be in 3-D
loki668 - 3/8/2012, 9:34 AM
@gusto

Yeah, the original two Halloween movies knew how to put a scare into you.

Lord Loki has spoken
Butters - 3/8/2012, 9:53 AM
I actually liked rob zombies first remake, it felt more grounded and more realistic, I like how it showed more of a back story to michael, the 2nd installment was a huge disapointment though, the plot was absurd and I don't understand how two sepertate people can share the same visions of a woman in white and a f**cking horse, she never even met her real mum lol
Stumblin - 3/8/2012, 10:02 AM
I don't even know why Rob Zombie keeps directing movies, he hasn't made a single watchable movie yet.
Mego - 3/8/2012, 10:51 AM
They probably did a survey somewhere and discovered the Halloween franchise is very much dead!
superbatspiderman - 3/8/2012, 2:04 PM
I didn't like how Zombie explained everything so much especially since the reason behind Michael's insanity is kind of dumb but I thought the rest of the movie was pretty good. Tyler Mane as Michael is like the coolest thing about the movie because he is so tall and intimadating. I swear he was born to play Michael and I also love the mask and how it has scars ansd scratches on it.

I have never seen the second film and from what I heard I don't really want to.
supermarioworldE - 3/8/2012, 3:13 PM
The series ended with H20. Resurrection was horrible, and not surprisingly, Rob Zombies films were worse.

Just let the Halloween franchise die.
TheJester187 - 3/8/2012, 6:09 PM
@loki668 why u avatar jacking [foo foo]!
loki668 - 3/9/2012, 12:43 AM
@MightyThor1

Hmmmmm..........I am curious as to how long you have had this avatar.....I have had mine for some time. It also seems a poor choice for an avatar, considering your screen name. May I suggest an avatar with a little more hammer, blonde hair, and an inability to rule Asgard effectively? Or I could gore you with my helmet!!

Lord Loki has spoken

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