Pryor Cashman represented long-time client David Gordon Green in his agreements to co-write, direct and executive produce 2018's Halloween, the top-grossing film for the last two weeks and the second-highest-grossing picture in the franchise.

The film, set 40 years after the original, picks up directly where the first left off, ignoring the events of all 9 previous sequels. In this Halloween, Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) has lived her life traumatized by the attack of Michael Myers. When Michael escapes from custody and comes after her, her daughter (Judy Greer) and granddaughter (Andi Matichak), Laurie must confront her deepest fears and biggest adversary.

Danny McBride (Eastbound & Down; Vice Principals) and Jeff Fradley (Vice Principals) co-wrote the script with Green.

Representing Green on the deal from Pryor Cashman were Jim Janowitz, head of the Media + Entertainment Group, and Counsel Anne Atkinson.