Tony Curtis: Last News


Jamie Lee Curtis discusses her ride as Halloween's Laurie Strode at Vulture Festival

The first day of Vulture Festival 2022 kicked off at The Hollywood Roosevelt in Los Angeles on Saturday.A homage to Jamie Lee Curtis dubbed 'Jamie Lee Curtis Celebrates Halloween One Last Time' was among the various events being held, in the wake of her announcement that Halloween Ends (2022) was her last performance as Final Girl Laurie Strode.The original Scream Queen sat down with film critic Matt Zoller Seitz to discuss her long and storied run in the Halloween film franchise, that saw her star in seven of the 13 Halloween films dating back to the original in 1978. Scream Queen: Jamie Lee Curtis, 63, discussed all things Halloween when she attended the Vulture Festival 2022 Los Angeles at The Hollywood Roosevelt on Saturday Curtis, who turns 64 on November 22, was 19-year-old when she started shooting the John Carpenter-directed slasher classic Halloween.Fast forward nearly 45 years and the leading lady stepped out in front of photographers for a round of photos on the red carpet.

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supports HTML5 videoJamie Lee Curtis had a tearful response after reading Kanye West’s comments about the Jewish community. Grammy-winning rapper Kanye, 45, has come under fire over the past week for wearing a White Lives Matter shirt and proceeding to make allegedly anti-semitic comments on social media, prompting Twitter to block his account and Instagram to restrict his posts. Twitter took action and removed a tweet from the rapper that ‘violated rules’ on Saturday, and reportedly featured him writing: ‘I’m a bit sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m going death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE.’ Reacting to the remark, Jamie, 63, said: ‘I woke up and burst into tears.’ The Halloween Ends actress appeared tearful as she continued: ‘“DEFCON 3 on Jewish people?” What are you doing? ‘I mean, it’s bad enough that fascism is on the rise around the world. But on Twitter, on a portal, to pour that in? As if Jewish people haven’t had it hard enough?’ The tweet particularly caused Jamie upset as her late father, Tony Curtis, was was the son of Hungarian-Jewish immigrants, and this is who she thought about when reading Kanye’s alleged comments. Speaking to Hoda Kotb on The Today Show on Monday, Jamie continued: ‘It’s just abhorrent.