Laurie Strode continues to fight the masked killer Michael Myers. The first trailer for Halloween Ends is here.

Jamie Lee Curtis plays Laurie again in a final fight against her longtime foe.

On Tuesday night, the trailer for the horror film, which is supposedly the final film in director David Gordon Green’s contribution to the series of slasher films, arrived in surprise.

Halloween Ends is the thirteenth installment of the Halloween franchise, and the third from Green.

It follows the 2018 Halloween chronology, which ignored all other films in the series except John Carpenter's 1978 original.

The film will be about Laurie's improbable ending to 2021's Halloween Kills. In which Laurie teamed up with Karen, the film will end.

Allyson, the granddaughter of Nick Castle and James Jude Courtney to fight Michael Myers.

Curtis and Matichak are back in the role of Omar Dorsey and Kyle Richards. Michael O'Leary will also be joining the cast.

Green wrote the screenplay along with Danny McBride and Paul Brad Logan.

Halloween Ends will reportedly be Curtis' last appearance in the role of Laurie Strode.

In February, she posted her last day of filming on Instagram. She wrote, "A bittersweet ending for me on Halloween movies.

These three movies have been made with great friends and collaborations with amazing artists.

Today, my part in the film is complete and this marks the end of the trilogy for me.

Universal Pictures will release Halloween Ends in theaters on October 14th.

This means that the film should be available for streaming starting Tuesday, November 29.