Jamie Lee Curtis pays tribute to his Psychosis star mother

As she went to the premiere of the film, Halloween kills, the actress winked at Janet Leigh, flagship actress of Psychosis of Alfred Hitchcock, coming in disguised as Marion Crane.

61 years ago, the public discovered the 47e Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece, Psychosis. Inspired by the eponymous novel by Robert Bloch, the director signs a 109-minute thriller, mixing pure fear and breathless suspense, all in black and white and to music, no less famous, by Bernard Herrmann. Headlining, the public discovered the actor Anthony Perkins in the role of Norman Bates but also the actress Janet Leigh who played Marion Crane.

Psychosis of Alfred Hitchcock with Janet Leigh, 1960 Everett / Bridgeman pictures

Six decades later, and as Halloween draws closer, Jamie Lee Curtis attended the film’s costume premiere on October 12 Halloween kills, in which she stars. If all the guests went in their best disguise, the actress decided to don the costume her mother wore in Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece, Psychosis. Jamie Lee Curtis appeared wearing a heavy wool sky blue dress and a short blonde wig.

Jamie Lee Curtis will play Laurie Strode in David Gordon Green’s new film, Halloween kills. It tells the story of three generations of women, played on screen by Judy Greer (Karen Nelson) and Andi Matichak (Allyson Nelson), who fight against the famous bloodthirsty killer Michael Myers, played by James Jude Courtney. This horror film will be in theaters Wednesday, October 20.


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