Jamie Lee Curtis Channels Her Inner Psycho for ‘Halloween Kills’ Premiere

Like mother, like daughter.  The prolific Jamie Lee Curtis, attending the costume party premiere of her new movie Halloween Kills at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on Tuesday night, channeled her inner Janet Leigh/Marion Crane by dressing up as the doomed Psycho heroine.  Complete with a bloody shower curtain, Curtis donned a blonde wig and matching light blue dress while partying it up with cast mates and the press well into the night.  The actress posted pictures from the event on her Instagram account, bearing a striking resemblance to her mother’s character from the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock classic.

“Honoring my mother in ALL her gory…I meant glory!”, Curtis would later proclaim on her Instagram account.  Leigh would eventually share the same spooky screen as her daughter in the Halloween universe, as both woman were featured in 1998’s Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later.

Not to be outdone, producer Jason Blum arrived dressed up as Curtis’ Halloween alter ego Laurie Strode, sporting a blonde wig, white shirt and green jacket.   Pictures of both can be seen below.

Halloween Kills was originally slated to be released around this time in 2020, but the global pandemic caused the film to be moved back.  This is considered the second sequel to the original 1978 Halloween, in the new timeline created back in 2018 with the release of the Blumhouse picture.

Halloween Kills opens nationwide this Friday, October 15th.

Stay tuned to HNN for more news on the Halloween franchise as it breaks!

 

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Sean McLaughlin
Sean McLaughlin has been writing for Horror News Network since 2012. Catch up with him on Twitter at @Makasupa and read his in-depth bio on our About Us page.

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