Jamie Lee Curtis signs contract ending her time in 'Halloween' franchise: 'I'm a weepfest'

Halloween Ends is set to come out this weekend and lead actress Jamie Lee Curtis dropped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday to discuss the franchise that launched her career. Curtis appeared in the first Halloween film back in 1978 when she was only 19 years old. Since then, the saga has extended over more than a dozen movies, and Curtis has starred in most of them. But no more.

“I care. I care too much,” the actress admitted. “I'm a weepfest. I've been weeping for about a month now, trying to figure out how to say goodbye to all this.”

Curtis reiterated that she will be leaving the franchise for good. To ensure she kept her word, Kimmel asked her to sign a contract.

“I declare this is my last Halloween movie,” Kimmel read. “I, Jamie Lee Curtis, queen of scream, daughter of Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis, mother of Lindsay Lohan. Hereby swear under penalty of perjury that Halloween Ends will be the last Halloween movie I will ever appear in. For all time, across all sequels and multiverses, enforceable by the Police Department of Haddonfield, Ill.”

While the contract looked fairly official, there was calligraphy and everything, Curtis decided to sign the document as the audience cheered.

“I should call my lawyer first, before I sign anything,” Curtis joked, before signing the contract.

“All right,” Kimmel said, “We'll get this to the legal team at Myers and Myers and they'll handle it from here.”

Jimmy Kimmel Live airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. on ABC.

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