|Directed by||Patrick Lussier|
|Written by||Todd Farmer|
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Halloween 3D was a cancelled American slasher film.
Dimension Films announced to the LA Times on 30 August 2009 that a sequel to Halloween 2 (H2) will play in theaters in Summer 2010. Although Halloween 2 opened at #3 in the box office, they are putting a sequel on the fast track, using the formula of H2's competitor The Final Destination which beat the Halloween sequel to number #1 at the box office, 3D. The studio has said that Rob Zombie, who directed H2 and its predecessor Rob Zombie's Halloween will not return, but a script is being written and they are in negotiations with a director with horror experience and has a new take on the franchise.
On 21 June 2011, it was announced that a new Halloween film, at the time titled Halloween 3D, would be released on 26 October 2012. At the time of the announcement, there was no director or writer attached to the project. Originally, Patrick Lussier and Todd Farmer were labeled as writers but dropped out due to their occupancy on the Hellraiser reboot. There was no confirmation if a new script had been written or if any cast or crew members from previous films in the series would be involved. The film was dropped from the release schedule on 7 March 2012, as no work had progressed on the film.
Filming of the project began in mid-2011. Only a few parts of the film were filmed before the movie was cancelled, and none of them have been revealed to the public.
The movie was cancelled due to the studio not making the film in time, and the rights reverted to the original studio, who then made the 2018 Halloween.
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