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December 1, 2018   Jules   Press / Article Be first to comment

Jamie Lee Curtis’ breakthrough role as Laurie Strode in the horror film “Halloween” catapulted her to fame on the big screen in 1978. The daughter of the legendary Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh has since been seen in films of just about every genre. In celebration of the “Scream Queens” star’s 60th birthday on Thursday, Nov. 22, we’re taking a look at some of her top roles. Read More here

November 18, 2018   Jules   Gallery Updated Be first to comment

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November 4, 2018   Jules   Press / Interview Be first to comment

Jamie Lee Curtis has good reason to celebrate. Not only did her movie, Halloween, break all box office records for the biggest horror movie opening with a female lead when it opened October 19th, but Halloween is the highest grossing film with a female lead over 55. Jamie turns 60 on Thanksgiving. According to Jamie, ‘in my industry, this doesn’t happen very often, if ever, and that I am getting this opportunity as I am kissing 60 is beyond my wildest dreams’. Read More here

November 4, 2018   Jules   'Halloween' Be first to comment

After debuting earlier this month to the second-best October domestic opening ever, and holding the No. 1 spot globally for two weeks in a row, Halloween has slashed its way across the $200M mark worldwide. Through Thursday, the Universal/Trancas/Miramax/Blumhouse title is at $204.3M with a split of $139.4M in North America and $64.9M at the international box office. There are still five markets to open. Read More here

November 4, 2018   Jules   'Halloween' Be first to comment

Forty years after Laurie Strode survived the wrath of deranged masked murderer Michael Myers in John Carpenter’s “Halloween,” the iconic avenging babysitter came back to the box office in a big way. Read More here

October 21, 2018   Jules   Press / Article Be first to comment

If there’s one woman who looks like she’s having the time of her life at the moment, it’s Jamie Lee Curtis. The actor has been hotfooting it between London, New York and Los Angeles on the promo trail for her latest film, Halloween. Though not a contender for awards season, Lee Curtis has treated each radio slot, primetime TV show and press junket for the thriller with the same gusto as one might expect from Bradley Cooper during this time. Read More here

October 21, 2018   Jules   Press / Interview Be first to comment

It’s not Michael that haunts her. Sit with Jamie Lee Curtis and she will try to forge a connection. She will relate, she will pound her fist on the table, she will declare herself. She turns 60 next month, and the real bone chiller is leaving this earth with ideas left on the table. “I want to die having said something,” she says firmly. Read More here

October 21, 2018   Jules   'Halloween' Be first to comment

Universal is calling Miramax/Blumhouse’s Halloween at $77.5M after a $27.2M Saturday, making it the second-best opening ever of October behind Sony’s Venom ($80.2M). As we’ve known since Thursday night, Halloween is the best domestic opening ever in the John Carpenter 40-year old franchise, Halloween producer and co-financier Blumhouse beating their 2011 $52.5M start to Paranormal Activity 3, and it’s wonderful reboot for Miramax under CEO Bill Block and Chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi, who also co-funded and produced the 11th sequel on screen; their recent highlight being Oscar winner I, Tonya. Read More here

October 21, 2018   Jules   'Halloween' Be first to comment

Ever since John Carpenter’s original Halloween and Michael Myers first came into our orbit in 1978, it has been the gift that keeps on giving at the box office, with so many spinoffs, sequels and reboots it is hard to keep track. From Halloweens II, III, IV and V to a 20-year revisit in 1998 and Halloween: Resurrection in 2002, hell there even are three films just simply titled Halloween II. There seems to be no need even to hide what the film is anymore — the 2007 reboot, and the current incarnation, are using the same title as the original! It is a brand all by itself. Read More here