Jamie Lee Curtis Celebrates Halloween Breaking Records

Jamie Lee Curtis Celebrates Halloween Breaking Records

Jamie Lee Curtis Celebrates Halloween Breaking Records

Jamie Lee Curtis in Halloween, the new instalment of the classic horror series.

"She does this f***ing baby cry", said Green, via Gamespot. "Biggest Halloween opening ever #womengetthingsdone", she continued.

'In recovery meetings, anyone who brings up opiates, the entire room will turn and look at me, because I'll be like, "Oh here, talk to me".

"I'm breaking the cycle that has basically destroyed the lives of generations in my family".

Per Variety, Halloween earned $77.5 million (£59.49 million) in its opening weekend and "obliterated the franchise record opening of $26 million" (£19.9 million). It's as much a psychological thriller as it is a horror movie and packs in some genuinely solid jolts as well as a couple of very quiet, slow-burn moments of dread at the institution and at the scene of a bus accident.

"I've tried to make that a part of my own personal platform of integrity and transparency".

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This is to say: Halloween's success is a big deal and will hopefully show that audiences would love to see more female protagonists over 55, and more female-led horror, and more over-55-female-led-horror!

But whether this represented a sea-change for movie-going was another question. Let us know what you think in the comments below! Coupled with Halloween's $14.3 million global opening gross, the slasher movie made a total $91.8 million worldwide.

Directed by David Gordon Green from a script co-written by himself, Jeff Fradley and Danny McBride, the film stars Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, Will Patton, Virginia Gardner, Miles Robbins, Dylan Arnold, Drew Scheid, and Nick Castle.

For Laurie Strode, it's been a long road back to Haddonfield.

"There had been quite some time since the original film", Orr said.

IGN awarded Halloween a 9.0, writing that Curtis "brings a fierce conviction and wounded humanity to her iconic scream queen role". Between those three flicks, the Halloween costumes buy themselves.

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