- Jamie Lee Curtis, the lead performer of Halloween Ends, visited Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday to discuss the upcoming film.
Halloween Ends is set to come out at the end of the week, so lead entertainer Jamie Lee Curtis dropped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tuesday, to discuss it. Curtis showed up in the principal Halloween film in 1978 when she was just 19 years of age.
From that moment forward, the organization has developed over twelve motion pictures, with Curtis featured in most of them. However, no more.
“I give it a second thought. I care excessively,” the entertainer conceded. “I’m a weep fest. I’ve been sobbing for about a month, attempting to sort out some way to bid farewell to this.”
Curtis supported late bits of gossip that she would leave the establishment for good. Kimmel requested that she sign an agreement to guarantee that she stayed true to her promise.
“I proclaim this is my last Halloween film,” Kimmel read. “I, Jamie Lee Curtis, Sovereign of the shout, girl of Janet Lee and Tony Curtis, mother of Lindsay Lohan.
Like this swear under punishment of prevarication that Halloween Closures will be the final Halloween film I will ever appear in again. Forever, across all spin-offs and multiverses, enforceable by the Police Branch of Haddonfield, Illinois.”
While the agreement looked genuinely official, there was calligraphy and everything; Curtis chose to sign the record as the crowd cheered.
“I ought to call my attorney first before I sign anything,” Curtis kidded before marking the agreement.
“Okay,” Kimmel said, “We’ll get this to the legitimate group at Myers and Myers, and they’ll deal with it from here.”