Now it’s in writing. Jamie Lee Curtis has said goodbye to the Halloween franchise and made it official with a contract.
The scream queen has been a part of the horror movies since its inception in 1978, marking her first big-screen role.
During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel, she signed a contract stating she won’t do any more Halloween movies. It read…
“I, Jamie Lee Curtis, queen of scream, daughter of Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis, mother of Lindsay Lohan, hereby swear under penalty of perjury that ‘Halloween Ends’ will be the last ‘Halloween’ movie I will ever appear in. For all time, across all sequels and multiverses, enforceable by the Police Department of Haddonfield, Illinois.”
Curtis says leaving the “Halloween” franchise has been full of emotion, and she owes her life to horror movies.
The final film of the trilogy “Halloween Ends” comes out tomorrow (October 14) ending Curtis’s 44-year dynasty of playing the consistently stalked Laurie Strode.
You can watch her full appearance on the show below.
feature image from Jimmy Kimmel via youtube