After stellar performances in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and Halloween 5: The Curse of Michael Myers, Danielle Harris made her way back into the Halloween franchise as she played the role of Annie Brackett. She was able to survive an attack by Michael Myers in the first film but that luck ran out in Halloween II (2009). While home alone, Annie comes face to face with the boogeyman himself once again. Now, this is a weird sequence as the kill is shown in more of a flashback once she is found by Laurie (Scout Taylor-Compton), who discovers her in a bloody, demolished bathroom. Barely alive, Annie is gasping for breath as she is slowly dying after a brutal encounter with Myers. For the most part, this list contains on-screen kills only, but the way Zombie uses suggestion here is just so memorable.
In the teaser, Serkis also gives a little more insight into what viewers can expect from the pair’s relationship, now that the two have had time to adjust to ‘living’ with one another, stating “it’s like the seven-year itch cycle of a relationship,” with the pair being “literally stuck with each other.” The director also confirms “that odd-couple relationship is what this movie was always gonna be about.” It seems audiences will see the conflict of interests between the pair, with Venom simply wanting to eat criminals for dinner while Brock tries to salvage what remains of his normal life.
The first Into The Spider-Verse film used the concept of the multiverse to bring audiences a variety of different versions of Spider-Man, including Peter Porker A.K.A Spider-Ham, Peni Parker, and Spider-Man Noir. Now with this fan-made clip emerging, it is likely that fans will be calling for Lego Spider-Man to be the next iteration that gets to hop over from the multiverse. Since the Lego franchise and Spider-Man are owned by two different companies, this could make the chances of a Lego Spider-Man cameo a little less likely. However, given Miller’s involvement with both franchises, perhaps this crossover is something fans of Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse can keep their fingers crossed for in the future.