Although Don Post Studios turned down an offer by the filmmakers to receive points in the movie in exchange for an original mask it was the company's own 1975 Star Trek (1966) Captain Kirk mask of actor William Shatner, after alteration, that epitomized the face of Michael Myers. Apr 19, 2018 Just glad it's the Shatner maskafter some of the other abominations, I was worried.
I know they've been saying they wanted the original mask and I fully expected it but I was gonna doubt it until I saw it. Claim: The massmurdering Michael Myers character in the emHalloween\em series of films sports what was originally a Captain Ki Halloween producer Malek Akkad has been on board with the franchise since the sixth movie and he wants William Shatner to make an appearance.
Halloween producer Malek Akkad has been on board with the franchise since the sixth movie and he wants William Shatner to make an appearance. Longtime producer of the Halloween movies Malek Akkad wants to see William Shatner do a cameo in one of the films, as the Star Trek actor inspired the mask.
This actually sounds like an awesome idea. 2018 is a fantastic year to be a fan of the Halloween movies. The next entry in the series will arrive this October, bringing back Jamie Lee The mask in the original was famously a William Shatner Captain Kirk mask spray painted white and altered for the movie.
That same mask returned for 1981's Halloween II, but despite taking place on the same night as the first movie, the mask already showed visible signs of decay in the 3 years it took to the get the sequel into production. The Halloween 4 mask was created to replicate the effect of the original white, blank mask, looking very similar to William Shatner. However, it received a largely negative response from audiences. However, it received a The longtime producer of the Halloween movies wants Star Trek's William Shatner to appear in the franchise, and face down Michael Myers.
Sometimes urban legends are true. Case in point: it's been rumored for decades that the mask the murderous Mike Myers wore in the Halloween films was in fact based on William Shatner's face. And not just Shatner's face, but a Captain Kirk death mask created for Star Trek. Well, it's true.