Jamie Lee Curtis attended the premiere of “Halloween Ends” with her family. The actress took her two daughters, Annie Guest, 35, and Ruby Guest, 26, to the premiere of the slasher flick on October 11 at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles. While standing on the red carpet with other stars from the horror film, including Andi Matichak, Kyle Richards, and Rohan Campbell, the trio linked hands and exchanged a few romantic exchanges.
Curtis dressed to the nines in a red beaded Ralph Lauren gown; Ruby picked a silver dress, black jacket, and on-theme pumpkin-shaped pocketbook; and Annie matched with her sister in a black strapless gown with silver flowers on the bodice. Curtis said on Instagram, beside a photo of her children from the event, “My family. Mother of the year. Love and support.
Curtis had a momentous night since “Halloween Ends” marks her final appearance as Laurie Strode, the hero on a never-ending journey to murder masked serial killer Michael Myers. Curtis has played Jack Strode in seven of the thirteen Halloween films since the franchise’s inception in 1978. On October 8, at New York Comic-Con, the 63-year-old actress highlighted the role’s influence on her life, telling the crowd, “I wouldn’t be able to work. I would not have children. Everything stems from your love for her.” Later, she said, “Endings are a pain, but so is Laurie Strode. So I’m ready to call it quits, but I’m going to miss you terribly
Though Curtis had previously attended the Golden Globes with daughter Annie, the “Halloween Ends” premiere was Ruby’s first public appearance after coming out as transgender in 2020. Ruby married her lover, Kythnia, in a cosplay-themed ceremony performed by Curtis in May. The wedding took held in Curtis’ garden, just like her older daughter Annie’s. In March, she told Jimmy Kimmel, “Both my children will have been married in my garden, which brings me to tears.” “It’s so much more significant, simply forgetting about all the show-off stuff — being a father, having both of your children married in your backyard.