Jamie Lee Curtis shares bloodied photo amid Halloween movie news


Ahad Sanwari

Jamie Lee Curtis delights in the success of the last film of the Halloween franchise in which it should appear.

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The actress took to social media shortly after the huge box office numbers to Halloween ends were released with a rather shocking photo.

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VIDEO: Jamie Lee Curtis is covered in blood in behind-the-scenes footage from Halloween film

She shared a photo of herself as Laurie Strode, sporting blonde hair in a bob, a blue button down, and a blood-covered neck.

Jamie also shared another look at the recent profile she was a part of during The New York Times while celebrating the news of his film’s success.

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“My WEIRD and WONDERFUL work in full BLOODY BLOOM!” she wrote. “My collaboration with @ryanpfluger and @kylethomasbuchanan for the @nytimes is the icing on this very bloody cake of a career and final film!

“My title for the piece would have been, BETWEEN A ROCK AND A GREAT PLACE!”

Jamie shared his joy at the success of the Halloween franchise

One of her fans adoringly commented, “I love you queen and loved the new movie!!” while another said, “The very definition of an icon.”

A third even added: “Thank you for the many years of entertainment via Halloween. You are our original OG final girl!!”

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The last film of the short story Halloween trilogy, and the last to feature Jamie’s Laurie or the iconic villain, Michael Myers, opened at the box office this weekend.

Halloween ends debuted with $41.3 million at the box office, continuing horror’s stranglehold on ticket sales right now, thanks to the also booming Smile.

The actress celebrated the news that the film opened at the top of the box office

Jamie responded directly to the news with a screenshot of an article advertising the number alongside a photo of herself holding a queen chess piece.

“Once in a while it’s fun to be a queen. Thank you to all the creators and fans who made this possible. I’ll tell you, it’s a pleasure to be almost 64 and to be the head #1 movie poster in America in David Gordon Green’s third @halloweenmovie THROLOGY.”

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