Jamie Lee Curtis says she only had when she requested her character Laurie Strode in Halloween Kills – and that involved a hospital gown.
Halloween kills star Jamie Lee Curtis revealed in a new interview she only had when she requested her character, Laurie Strode, most recently Halloween movie.
“My only input in the film from 2021 was about the hospital gown because Laurie is injured and being operated on in a hospital,” Curtis said. Variety. “My concern was that they had written scenes where Laurie runs down the hall with her daughter in a hospital gown.”
The actress further revealed that during early conversations about the hospital scene, she made it clear to director David Gordon Green that “hospital gowns are not hot and that they are not tough.” “You put Arnold Schwarzenegger in a hospital gown, he looks like shit,” Curtis explained. “They’s designed for a specific purpose, but they just do not help you create a character.”
As such, Curtis’ biggest challenge was making sure Laurie got out of the hospital gown and in her real clothes before running down the hall, remarking, “I was a little vocal about how quickly we could get Laurie back in her clothes.”
“The thought of me running down a hall of a hospital with my ass hanging out of a hospital gown just seemed counterproductive … My only contribution was really to put her back in her bloody old clothes,” she joked. “Of course it would not have existed because they would have cut her clothes off. Still, we have a lot of logical police going on.”
During the same conversation, the actress also revealed that she had no idea the latest Halloween film was planned as a trilogy. “I felt that the reason I said yes to the film was because it was so clear that the intent of the film felt right to me,” she said. “… Only when we edited and made the final touches on the 2018 film did I find out that they were going to make another film.”
Curtis debuted as Strode in John Carpenter’s 1978 Halloween. She repeated the role in Halloween II (1981), Halloween H20: 20 years later (1998), Halloween: Resurrection (2002), Halloween (2018) and Halloween kills (2021). She is expected to appear in the role for the last time in the 2022s Halloween ends.
You others Halloween kills news, producer Malek Akkad recently revealed why Paul Rudd did not repeat his role as the adult version of Tommy in the latest film. “It would have warmed my heart and there is certainly some disappointment,” Akkad said at a recent press conference. “Because Paul Rudd is so great at many things like comedy and anything, he’s a great actor, I think it’s been like that for a reason and we’s so excited. Anthony Michael Hall plays a knockout – performance, it will definitely be one of the fans’ favorites. “Fans can remember Rudd performing as Tommy in the 1995s Halloween: Michael Myers curse.
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