Jamie Lee Curtis Would Be Happy to Play Laurie Strode in Another Halloween Movie

She doesn’t yet know anything about another movie but she is ready to return if called upon.

By Chris Morse

Considering the success of this year’s Halloween, it’s no surprise that people are talking about what comes next for the horror franchise, with John Carpenter and Jason Blum both pretty much ready to go whenever the project comes together. There have definitely been some on-going discussions but so far none of those have included Jamie Lee Curtis.

While speaking to EW, the actress revealed that she doesn’t yet have any idea if a sequel is happening but did go out of her way to mention that she would be happy to be a part of it once again. Whether director David Gordon Green and the rest of the writers have more story to tell for Laurie Strode remains to be seen but she’s ready for it if they do go that route. You can read her full comments below


The fact that Curtis has not heard much about a potential sequel is not really a cause for concern at this point considering that the writers and producers were all comfortable with waiting to see how the first movie did before committing to move forward on anything else. This would mean that if there is another Halloween in the works, it very likely hasn’t moved far past the early writing stages yet. There is a long process to go before the stars will be involved but it’s great to see that Curtis is ready and willing to continue her character’s journey if the story calls for it.

Halloween saw Jamie Lee Curtis return to her iconic role as Laurie Strode, who comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago. The film also starred Judy Green (Ant-Man, Jurassic World), Andi Matichak (Replicate, Orange is the New Black), Will Patton (Armageddon), and Virginia Gardner (Runaways), with James Jude Courtney and original actor Nick Castle (Escape from New York) starring as Michael Myers.

The film was directed by David Gordon Green and hit theaters on October 19th. It is set for a home video release in all formats on January 15th.


About the Author

Chris Morse

Programmer by day, writer by night. Having grown up surrounded by plenty of horror movies and video games, it only made sense for Chris to combine all of these passions into one place: Dead Entertainment. Whether he's working on designs, tinkering with the platform, or just writing up the latest horror news, he's sure to be hard at work keeping the wheels turning on this website no matter what time of day it is. When not coding or gaming, you can find him donning a Cheesehead and heading to the Midwest to cheer on his favorite NFL team, the Green Bay Packers. #GoPackGo