Jamie Lee Curtis is paying tribute to her mom.
On Tuesday, the 62-year-old actress appeared on the “Halloween Kills” premiere – which was costume-themed – dressed as certainly one of her mom’s iconic characters.
The star’s mom, Janet Leigh, was a horror icon in her personal proper and was maybe finest recognized for showing in Alfred Hitchock’s “Psycho” in 1960 as Marion Crane.
Curtis honored her mom by copying certainly one of Leigh’s appears from the film.
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The actress donned a powder blue button-up gown with black heels and an identical bag. To finish the look, Curtis wore a brief blonde wig and carried a bloodied bathe curtain.
Forward of the film premiere, the actress shared a photograph of herself in costume on Instagram.
“Honoring my mom in ALL her gory…I meant glory!” she joked within the caption. “PREMIERE PARTY TIME!”
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A number of celebrities expressed their adoration for the tribute look.
“You’re a flipping genius!” Jennifer Gray wrote.
“That is the best factor I’ve ever seen,” added Amy Landecker.
Mariel Hemingway wrote: “So so so nice.”
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“I’m honoring my stunning late mama, Janet Leigh, however… it is a bit extra meta than that,” Curtis informed Leisure Tonight on the premiere. “I’m really going as Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh within the film ‘Hitchcock.’ So it is meta as a result of we by no means knew what colour Janet Leigh’s gown was as a result of it was a black-and-white film.”
Curtis mentioned that “Hitchcock” taught her that the gown was really blue and added that she whipped up the bloody curtain in order to not be confused for a 1950’s housewife.
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“It is really fairly sticky and it stains,” the actress mentioned of the faux blood. “This is my secret for many who have an interest: Dish cleaning soap. Like an excellent dish cleaning soap will really get out faux blood.”
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“Halloween Kills” hits theaters and Peacock on Oct. 15.