After the end of Halloween and the release of the first trailer, fans react to the absence of Kyle Richards


It’s a good time to be a horror fan, as old and new properties are killing it (laughs) at the box office. Some of the best horror movies are back in theaters thanks to new sequels, including the current “Halloween” trilogy. But now that the first trailer for the upcoming triquel “The End of Halloween” has been released, fans online are discussing the absence of Kyle Richards.

The 2021 “Halloween Murders” brought back a number of actors from the original John Carpenter movie, including “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” icon Kyle Richards as Lindsay Wallace. She was one of the few characters to survive Michael Myers’ rampage in Haddonfield, and it was confirmed that she would appear in “Halloween Ends.” But where was she in the trailer? We remind you that you can review it below,

While there’s a lot of scary and terrifying action in this short teaser, we didn’t get much out of Andy Maticak’s character Allison. As for Lindsay Wallace from Kyle Richards, she didn’t have any screen time at all in this first set of clips. The internet definitely noticed it, and people on Twitter were swearing that OG “Real Housewives” were left out of the fun.

Honestly, the same thing. Given the fact that Lindsay Wallace is one of the few surviving characters in the trilogy, one would expect Kyle Richards to appear in the first marketing material. But it looks like we’ll have to wait for the full-length trailer to see how the survivor recovered from her last encounter with Michael Myers. Fortunately, this wait shouldn’t be long, as “The End of Halloween” will be in theaters this fall.

Many people were disappointed that they did not see the members of the royal family of the “Real Housewives” in the first trailer of “Halloween ends.” Some even said they wanted to remake the first trailer without Kyle.

On the other side of the coin, there are people who are not waiting for Kyle Richards to return to the big screen in “Halloween Ends.” The 53-year-old TV presenter/actress has a difficult season in The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and Richards and her husband have been the subject of some negative reaction to their behavior.

In the first teaser of “Halloween Ends” there was only a minute and a change of frames, so this is definitely just the tip of the iceberg for David Gordon Green’s triquel. The real story was kept secret, as was how Jamie Lee Curtis Laurie Strode’s relationship was developing. One fan addressed how much is being guarded, including the role of Kyle Richards. As they put it,

They must be saving good things (another Kyle Richards chase scene)

Many moviegoers were pleasantly surprised by the performance of Kyle Richards as Lindsay Wallace in the movie “Halloween Kills”. After all, it’s been decades since she played that role in John Carpenter’s original 1978 slasher. She was pulled back at the right moments, and people really reacted to her conflict with Michael Myers. Some want to see more, perhaps by giving Richards a long epic chase scene in the style of Sarah Michelle Gellar’s “I Know What You Did Last Summer.” They tweeted,

The Halloween ends would better give us a Helen Shivers-style Kyle Richards chase scene.

Yes, please. We’ll just have to wait and see how big Kyle Richards’ role is in “Halloween Ends.” Although she had limited screen time in “The Murders,” she is now one of the few characters who survived and will return. Hopefully we’ll see how she actually shares scenes with Jamie Lee Curtis; the two actors share a close bond in real life. In fact, Curtis will appear in a new episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

“Halloween Kills” will be released in theaters on October 14. In the meantime, check out the movie’s release dates in 2022 to plan your next movie.