Halloween Ends star Jamie Lee Curtis jokingly signs a document stating that the actor will no longer appear in Halloween movies.
Halloween ends star, Jamie Lee Curtis, jokingly signs a document saying she will no longer appear in more Halloween movies. Although the actor has had a long and multifaceted career in Hollywood in films like Trading places, Blue Steeland A fish called Wandashe became most famous for her portrayal of the iconic Scream Queen Laurie Strode in the 1978 slasher horror, Halloween. Curtis has since returned to the role for six films, two of which were reboots after her character was previously killed.
Now, Curtis is set to appear in Halloween endsthe final film in David Gordon Green’s reboot trilogy and the actor’s final appearance in a Halloween movie. Four years after the events of Halloween killsIn which Michael Myers survived an ambush by a Haddonfield mob and later killed Karen Nelson (Judy Greer), Strode will face the iconic killer one last time. Although Curtis said before that she will never do another Halloween film after the upcoming release of the franchise, she has stated that she has not fully discounted the return, citing the fact that she had reprized the role twice before in the film series.
while on Jimmy Kimmel Live!the titular host asked Curtis if Halloween ends will be the last Halloween film in which she will star, to which the actor replied in the affirmative. Kimmel admitted that he “finds it hard to believe“because of the franchise’s popularity and the fact that Strode”was shot dead in one of these Halloween movies.“Anyway, Curtis remained adamant that” Halloween ends is her last appearance. To finally put the matter to rest, Kimmel presented a document for Curtis to sign stating that her soon-to-be Halloween appearance will indeed be her last. As the audience yells not to sign it, she puts pen to paper and signs with her name. Read what the document said below and watch the moment above.
I, Jamie Lee Curtis, daughter of Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis, mother of Lindsay Lohan.
Hereby swears, under penalty of perjury, that “Halloween Ends” (2022) will be the last Halloween movie I will ever appear in. Forever, in all sequels and multiverse. Enforceable by the Haddonfield, Illinois Police Department.
May God have mercy on us all.
Laurie Strode is definitely going to die on Halloween, right?
Although the document is not contractually binding, Curtis appears willing to leave the role with the humorous gesture on Kimmel’s talk show. While she said she will never completely rule out the possibility of returning, Curtis likely sees no way for her to return to the franchise after Halloween ends‘ release. With Green previously stating that the film is a farewell to Curtis playing Strode, it’s unclear if the character will die again at the hands of Myers.
Halloween ends Strode will face Myers one last time in a fight to the death, but the question remains about the character’s fate. Curtis previously teased the final shot of the upcoming movie, explaining that Halloween ends ends with a contemplative shot of Strode sitting in a car. The actor’s comments may indicate that Strode survived her last fight against Myers, but it’s still possible she could sustain a fatal wound during their fight. The public won’t have to wait much longer to see what really happens to Strode when Halloween ends premieres in theaters and on streaming Friday, October 14.
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Source: Jimmy Kimmel Live!