Jamie Lee Curtis Thanks 'Halloween' Fans & Chats Thrilling Sequel | Celebrity Page

Jamie Lee Curtis is back to the big screen this spooky season, returning as her iconic role as Laurie Strode for another film in the Halloween franchise, Halloween Kills.


After finding out that the infamous serial slaughterer, Michael Meyers, has escaped from the cage she seemingly trapped him in, Laurie Strode is out to catch him once again, and hopefully for the last time.

Still recovering from her life-threatening injuries from Halloween, Laurie teams up with her daughter, Karen, granddaughter, Allyson, and Michael's remaining survivors in order to hunt him down.

Since bedridden, Laurie cannot take down Michael on her own; it is up to the vigilante mob, inspired by her heroism, to end him before his latest killing spree ends too many others.

Jamie took things back to where it all started with our Rachel Smith, reflecting on the success of her role starring in the very first film of the Halloween series almost 40 years ago.

"You know, I remember where I was, we were in Australia when she started telling me about those numbers and ages, and um, it was fun, it was fun."

Rachel also asked Jamie if playing this role for so long has empowered her in her daily life.

Yeah, I think that's a great way of putting it. You know, people love 'Halloween' , they love these movies, they love to be terrified, they love the collision between Michael Meyers and Laurie Strode, and and how those two characters come together.

Make sure to watch Jamie, back again as Laurie. Halloween Kills is in theaters on October 15 and is also available to stream on Peacock.

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