1 pointit’s important to remember something: just because blumhouse has a property, doesn’t mean universal will be able to have it at its disposal. despite the first look deal, blumhouse works with other companies (take, for instance, fantasy island being a columbia film)
1 pointYou could've also made a great reasoning for them to do a house in 2018 when it came out, but there's a big reason why they did Halloween 4 than 2018. An it's the same reason why there's pretty much none to the slimmest of chances it's the secret IP this year... Disney is part owner of Halloween 2018. So it's an IP that's out of reach.