By Chris Nashawaty
Updated July 30, 2020 at 03:57 PM EDT

If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em. After watching his Halloween II get spanked by The Final Destination in 3-D this weekend, Weinstein Company co-chairman Bob Weinstein told the Los Angeles Times that the next chapter in the Michael Myers saga would be in 3-D, too. New Line’s The Final Destination handily beat Weinstein’s Halloween II this weekend, pulling in an estimated $28.3 million to snag first place at the box office, while Halloween II came in third (behind TWC’s own Inglourious Basterds) with $17.4 million. Weinstein also said that Halloween II‘s director, Rob Zombie, would not be returning for the tentatively titled Halloween 3D.