Jamie Lee Curtis explains how the Halloween murder came to be in time
One of the toughest COVID-19 related movie delays that fans swallow has been Halloween kills, Which was postponed for a full year from October to the next. It was especially overwhelming as Blumhouse exaggerated its follow-up to the 2018 reboot as one of the best entries in the 40-year saga. Now, star Jamie Lee Curtis has explained how Kills It could have been a movie just in time for 2020 as it touches on one of the biggest events of the year.
While speaking on SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle ShowCurtis spoke about something that has been provoked before, which is that this movie is not about Lowry’s personal trauma and more about the trauma felt in the city of Haddonfield, Illinois as a whole, where Michael Myers’ murderous actions affected locals in general, not just the Stroud family. Curtis explains that Kills It’s about what happens when a mob mentality takes control.
“[Halloween] 2018 was due to Laurie’s shock, wasn’t it? He was focusing on Laurie Stroud, but you know, there are a lot of other people out there who had a Michael Myers score in 1978, “Curtis explains.” …Halloween kills The movie is about the mob. So what I’m going to tell you is that what we were seeing all over the country from the power of anger voices, large groups of people gathered in anger over the combination of circumstances, that’s what the movie is. The movie is about the mob. And so it’s really fun because it takes what happens when the trauma strikes an entire community. “
For the actress, this story choice turned out to be eerily frightening for all that happened over the summer with the #BLM movement and the accompanying riots and clashes between groups of different ideologies that occurred mainly in the states but also in many other countries around the world. Curtis thinks so Kills It reflects the societal situations that we have all seen emerging in real life recently.
“We see it in action and Halloween kills Weirdly enough, overlapping with that, it was written before that happened, but then of course, so when you see it, it’s a grumpy bunch of people moving through the story as a big angry group, it’s really, really, really intense … because the trauma isn’t just Lori … And again, I want to remind everyone, it was before the Black Lives Matter movement, and yet the same activity takes over Halloween kills. “
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It’s not just an unintended social comment that the movie is about. Curtis also gave a brief overview of her thoughts on David Gordon Green II Halloween She explained that she is a fan: “It’s a masterpiece,” she said. And the actress was enough Halloween Clicks to see the difference between good and bad, so this is a great endorsement.
Unfortunately, we couldn’t catch up Halloween kills Next October, but it will come next year instead. Thankfully, there are a bunch of other movies in the franchise to watch this Halloween night in place.
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