Days prior to its theatrical release, the sequel to Rob Zombie's 2007 'Halloween' gets a red carpet treatment for its Los Angeles premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
With its theatrical release fast approaching, "H2: Halloween 2" celebrated its Los Angeles premiere on Monday, August 24. Held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, the special screening event for the 2007's "Halloween" sequel saw the attendance of the horror film's cast ensemble and crew.
Embracing the bloodfest tone of the movie, Scout Taylor-Compton, who portrays lead character Laurie Strode, and Brea Grant, who plays Laurie's friend Mya Rockwell, donned red mini dress to the premiere. Meanwhile, Michael Myers' depicter Tyler Mane went casual with buttoned-up white shirt and a pair of jeans.
Director Rob Zombie and his wife Sheri Moon Zombie, who takes on Deborah Myers character in the movie, joined the threesome at the special event. Other cast members, including Danielle Harris, Malcolm McDowell, Chase Wright Vanek, Daniel Roebuck, Chris Hardwick and Margot Kidder, and producer Malek Akkad were also present.
Also making an appearance at the red carpet were some celebrity guests. Kristina Klebe, the actress who starred as Lynda in the 1997 film, and "Damages" actor Michael Nouri were seen coming to the special screening in addition to other actresses such as Shar Jackson, Amanda Plummer, America Olivo, Phoebe Price and Sara Rue.
"H2: Halloween 2" centers on the aftermath of Michael Myers' murderous rampage through the eyes of the sister he hunted. Unleashing a new trail of terror, the serial slasher will stop at nothing to bring closure to the secrets of his twisted past and will continue his murdering 'Halloween' rampage until he gets his baby sister, Laurie Strode, all to himself. It is due for U.S. release this Friday, August 28.