Jamie Lee Curtis will reprise her iconic role in Blumhouse’s upcoming “Halloween” reboot, the production company announced on Friday.
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Jamie Lee Curtis in ‘Halloween,’ 1978 (Photo: Courtesy of Fathom Events) By James Rainey The horror classic Halloween is coming to more than 220 movie theaters around America for one night leading into Halloween weekend, 37 years after the low-budget tale of teenage terror captivated audiences. Tickets went on sale Wednesday, Sept. 30 for the event, which includes a special introduction of the film by writer and director John Carpenter. Halloween told the story of Michael Myers, a six-year-old who brutally murders his sister on a cold Halloween night in 1963. Michael (played by Nick Castle and Tony Moran) stalks Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis, in her big screen debut) and her friends as they babysit.