Jamie Lee Curtis became a meta for his appearance at last night’s premiere of Halloween deaths, wearing like Psychopath’ s Marion Crane for the occasion. In a pale blue dress, clutch bag, and bloody shower curtain, Curtis made quite an impression with his choice of outfit, which was almost too perfect to know where to start. The idea behind the red carpet themed look was that, as this is a movie series called Hallowe’enWhat better time to dress up for Halloween? Also in attendance were David Gordon Green, dressed in a costume similar to that worn by The Usher, who usually makes an appearance at Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights, Judy Greer was inspired by Woody Allen Annie hallAnthony Michael Hall decided nothing is scarier than a man in a suit, and producer Jason Blum went all out with a Laurie Strode costume complete with a blonde wig.
However, back to Jamie Lee Curtis’ choice of outfit and the many layers it contains in terms of personal and professional significance. Of course, the most obvious place to start is that Marion Crane was portrayed in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 film. Psychopath by Curtis’s mother, Janet leigh, and the costume is a clear sign that Curtis is drawing that family connection in homage to the screen legend. The infamous shower scene of Psychopath, still counted as one of the most haunting scenes in horror history, was recreated by Curtis in 2015 Scream queens, so it is not the first time that he refers to his mother’s legacy.
However, beyond that, there are many other ties to both Janet Leigh and Marion Crane’s character when it comes to the Hallowe’en franchise. By Hitchcock Psychopath, and the shower scene in particular, is often seen as the birth of the movie “slasher”, although it is famous that no injuries or cuts were seen in the film, but the combined musical score and the quick flashes of the knife they struck a chord with the moviegoers. In many ways, John Carpenter’s original Hallowe’en he played the “slasher” in a similar way, with a surge of tension that took over a lot of blood and gore, and again, for the most part, no blood is seen at all in the movie.
Another connection to the franchise comes from Halloween: H20, the movie that brought Jamie Lee Curtis She returned to the franchise on the original’s 20th anniversary and also featured Janet Leigh’s latest appearance on the big screen, playing Laurie Strode’s secretary at the school she worked at. The final scene of the movie with Leigh even called her back. Psychopath role, making her drive the same car that Marion Crane drove in Hitchcock’s masterpiece.
Hallowe’en It has been through numerous sequels, and is now on its second reboot, which this time discards almost everything other than 1978. Hallowe’en. In the 2018 movie, we were re-introduced to Curtis’s Laurie Strode, who has lived a long life planning the day Michael Myers would return for her. With a daughter and a granddaughter now in the mix, the three generations of Strode women are the formidable team trying to bring down Michael Myers for good in Halloween deaths and the end of next year Halloween ends.
Halloween deaths It will go on sale Friday and can also be streamed on Peacock. Previous movies in the Hallowe’en The franchise can be found on many other streaming platforms in the lead up to Halloween.
Topics: Halloween Kills, Halloween, Psycho