Jamie Lee Curtis has paid tribute to her mom.
On Tuesday, the 62-year-old actress appeared at the “Halloween Kills” premiere – which was costume-themed – dressed as one of her mother’s iconic characters.
Janet Leigh was the star’s mom and was an icon of horror. She is perhaps most well-known for her appearance in Alfred Hitchock’s 1960 film “Psycho” as Marion Crane.
Curtis paid tribute to her mother, copying Leigh’s look in the movie.
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A powder-blue button-up with matching black heels was worn by the actress. Curtis finished the look by wearing a short blonde hairstyle with a stained shower curtain.
The actress posted a picture of her in costume to Instagram ahead of the film’s premiere.
“Honoring mother in all her gory…I meant glory!” In the caption, she laughed. “PREMIERE PARK TIME!”
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Numerous celebrities expressed admiration for the tribute look.
“You’re a flipping genius!” Jennifer Grey wrote.
“This is the greatest thing I’ve ever seen,” added Amy Landecker.
Mariel Hemingway wrote: “So so so great.”
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“I am honoring my beautiful late mama, Janet Leigh, but… it’s a little more meta than that,” Curtis told Entertainment Tonight at the premiere. “I am actually going as Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh in the movie ‘Hitchcock.’ So it’s meta because we never knew what color Janet Leigh’s dress was because it was a black-and-white movie.”
Curtis claimed that Hitchcock showed her that the gown was blue. She also said she created the bloody curtain to prevent being confused with a 1950’s housewife.
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The actress stated that the fake blood was “quite sticky” and stains. Here’s my tip for anyone who is interested: Try dish soap. A good dish soap can actually remove fake blood.
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Halloween Kills will be in theaters, and Peacocks from Oct. 15.