Motor City Comic Con, Michigan’s longest and largest comic and pop-culture event, is pleased to announce “Halloween” star Nick Castle who plays the iconic “Michael Myers”, will attend this year’s convention on May 17th, 18th, and 19th at the Suburban Collection Showplace. Castle will be hosting a panel Q&A and will be available for autographs ($40) and professional photo ops ($60). To purchase tickets and for more information about autographs and photo ops, please go to www.motorcitycomiccon.com
Castle’s film credits include Dark Star where he played the beach ball alien, Major Payne, Dennis the Menace, The Last Starfighter, and Connors’ War as a director. He wrote the screenplays Escape from New York and Hook. He was the writer and director of the film Tap. He played Michael Myers in the 1978 horror classic Halloween, directed by former USC classmate John Carpenter, being paid $25 a day. Castle’s subsequent collaborations with Carpenter included his name being used as one of the main characters’ names in The Fog, co-writing the script of Escape From New York, and performing the title song of Big Trouble in Little China as part of the band Coup de Villes, alongside Carpenter and another friend, Tommy Lee Wallace.
Castle’s most recent project is the screenplay for August Rush, a musical-drama directed by Kirsten Sheridan and starring Freddie Highmore, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Robin Williams, and Keri Russell, released in 2007. He also stars as himself in the 2010 documentary Halloween: The Inside Story by Filipino filmmaker Nick Noble. Castle won a Saturn Award for Best Writing for The Boy Who Could Fly, a Silver Raven (for Delivering Milo), a Grand Prize (for The Last Starfighter), a Bronze Gryphon, and a Gold Medal of the Regional Council. Nick most recently reprised his iconic role of Michael Myers for a cameo in Halloween 2018 starring Jamie Lee Curtis.
The 2019 Motor City Comic Con will be held at the Suburban Collection Showplace which is located at 46100 Grand River Avenue in Novi, Michigan on Friday, May 17 (12:30 PM to 7 PM), Saturday, May 18 (10:30 AM to 7 PM) and Sunday, May 19 (10:30 AM to 5 PM).
Doors open 30 minutes earlier for advance ticket holders. Future announcements of media guests, comic guests, exhibitors and events will be announced and posted to
www.motorcitycomiccon.com in the coming months.