Kyle Richards promises to be no easy task when screaming for his life from a psychotic killer than filming “The Real Housewives of The Belly Hills” reunions.
“I can say that I can drive from Michael Myers to the swamp, where I legitimately have alligators and snakes and I feel less fatigued and empty than I am with the ‘housewives,'” he laughed at the post. Manic killer from her 1978 horror movie classic “Halloween.”
Before Bravo became the queen of reality TV, Richards, 52, cut his teeth in front of the cameras as a child actor, appearing in the family-friendly 1974 to 1982 series “Little House on the Prairie” and “Halloween.” She filmed the classic Freight-Fest when she was just 8 years old and played one of the children, Lindsay Wallace, portrayed by Laurie Strode (19-year-old Jamie Lee Curtis, now 62) and rescued by the masked Myers.
Richards reprized his role in the eagerly awaited “Halloween Kills” episode – in theaters Friday and Streaming on the peacock – and experience is called “surreal.”
“I was so excited to receive the call, she wanted me to come back to reprise my role,” said Richards, who recently revealed she had broken her nose during the filming. “And it’s been so exciting ever since. I’m very excited to be back on the big screen. It’s a big pop culture phenomenon when I make this film, and 40 years later, I never imagined I would reprise my role. So it’s nothing but exciting.”
At the premiere of the last “Halloween” of 2018, Richards revealed that she got a role in this latest episode because she asked screenwriter Danny McBride (not a comedian) and why she wasn’t in the movie.
“My mother always taught me that the rigid wheel gets oil, so I planted that seed and gave it a huge hint,” she said with a laugh.
“Halloween Kills” frontwoman Curtis now has high praise for Richards’ all-grown acting chops, a testament to her recently shared tribute on Instagram.
“The excitement and coolness of watching @kylerichards18 reveal little Lindsay’s courage and courage in @halloweenmovie, which is a real highlight,” Said the legendary “Scream Queen.” Richards work in the new film. “She’s a wonderful actress and beautiful despite being muddy and blood.”
His film was postponed for a year due to the COVID-19 epidemic and is happy with Richards’ decision.
“We’re going to have it in theaters,” Richards explained. “You can go out with your friends and eat popcorn and all have a frightening experience together. And if you want to see it at home The peacock, I wasn’t looking at it alone.
“I invited a group of friends and had a little wine and popcorn and cookies and then turned off the lights and looked at everyone together,” he suggested. “I don’t know. Something about being scared. You want to be with someone, right?