While the trailer of 'Halloween: The Devil Walks Among Us' is reportedly attached to 'Crank: High Voltage', the first look at footage from the Rob Zombie's 'Halloween' sequel has made its way out.
A first look at footage of "Halloween: The Devil Walks Among Us" has been found. The footage is taken from Entertainment Tonight's preview of the horror movie and teases on what to be expected from the sequel to Rob Zombie's 1997 "Halloween".
Lasting for more than 30 seconds, the footage contains scenes that feature Scout Taylor-Compton as Laurie Strode. It also gives out a look at a new and young Michael Myers and a hooded look at The Shape.
Previously, director Rob Zombie has brought forth a new photo of Michael Myers in addition to addressing the question about Myers being maskless throughout 70% of the movie. "Well, the truth is the movie is just now being edited so the exact percentage of mask wearing is unclear at this point," he explained of the matter. "But fear not, Michael is seen wearing the mask as much if not more than you've ever seen him wearing a mask in any Halloween film."
"Halloween: The Devil Walks Among Us" follows the aftermath of Michael Myers' murderous rampage through the eyes of the sister he hunted. It stars Tyler Mane as the new Michael Myers and sees Scout Taylor-Compton, Malcolm McDowell, Bill Moseley, Brea Grant and Margot Kidder among the cast ensemble. While the horror movie will be coming to U.S. big screen on August 28, its trailer is said to be screened in New York and Los Angeles attached to "Crank: High Voltage", which opens in theaters Friday, April 17.
"Halloween: The Devil Walks Among Us" - ET Footage: