Jamie Lee Curtis.
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- Jamie Lee Curtis dressed up as her mom’s iconic character from Psycho for the costume occasion premiere for Halloween Kills.
- “Honouring my mom in all her gory…I meant glory,” she captioned a image on Instagram.
- In the new movie, the citizens of Haddonfield, fed up with getting hunted by Michael Myers, decide to hunt him down instead.
Jamie Lee Curtis paid out homage to her mother’s legendary character in Psycho at the costume party premiere of Halloween Kills.
The 62-year-old – who has starred in the Halloween videos for 43 yrs – sported a blonde wig, blue gown, black purse and a shower curtain smeared with pretend blood.
Together with a picture on Instagram, she wrote: “Honouring my mother in all her gory…I intended glory! Premiere get together time!”
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In the 1960 psychological horror thriller by Alfred Hitchcock, Janet Leigh performed Marion Crane, who dies following remaining stabbed to loss of life in the shower.
Talking to Amusement Tonight, Jamie claimed: “I am in fact likely as Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh in the movie Hitchcock. So it is really meta since we hardly ever understood what colour Janet Leigh’s gown was mainly because it was a black-and-white movie. But now mainly because of the Hitchcock movie, we know it was pale blue.”
Janet Leigh in a scene from the film Psycho from Alfred Hitchcock.
In Halloween Kills – the twelfth instalment in the franchise – Laurie Strode (Curtis) and the citizens of Haddonfield, fed up with staying hunted by Michael Myers, determine to hunt him down as an alternative.
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In a latest interview at the Venice Movie Pageant, the Knives Out actor revealed that she hates horror flicks.
“I dislike these flicks. I loathe them. I do not like to be frightened. So it can be a pure expertise – that genuine psychological relationship to becoming afraid. You might be looking at that transpire on display,” she stated.
Halloween Kills opens in SA cinemas on Friday, 29 October.
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