‘Halloween Kills’ actress also warns against social media for kids
Jamie Lee Curtis has been there and done it, and she’s not doing it again. Plastic surgery, that is.
The “Halloween” icon becomes clear in a new interview about her decades-long career in film, how she keeps her personal life private despite fame, and what she really thinks about today’s beauty standards in Hollywood. .
When asked about the rise in the practice of plastic surgery, the 62-year-old actress admitted that it is a road she cannot walk again.
“I tried plastic surgery and it didn’t work. It made me addicted to Vicodin. I’m 22 now,” shared Curtis fast company.
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“The current trend of fillers and procedures, and this obsession with filtering, and the things we do on Zoom to adjust our appearance, are erasing generations of beauty. If so, you can’t get it back.”
The actress is gearing up for the release of “Halloween Kills”, which is releasing on October 15. She admitted that despite being in the industry for a long time, she is just starting to let her creative juices flow.
“My creative work is happening and it’s all because of the end of that time. My motto is, ‘If not now, then when? If not me, then who?’ And so now I go for everything, and I keep going for it,” she said.
The actress and producer also discussed her formula for keeping her personal life private. Although she has a presence on social media, she said that she loves what she shares with strangers.
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“I use social media to sell things and grow the things I care about. Period. The rest is cancer. I never read a comment. I believe I can do my job.” and live a private life. I believe in separation of church and state. I believe once I do my job, I owe nothing to anyone,” she shared. “I don’t have a relationship because I’m a private person. I live a very private life. I don’t crave attention. When you grow up like me, you do a wide range of things, if you’re lucky.” are enough.”
Still, Curtis appeals to the younger demographic as much as it has with its generation. The star has launched her own production company and is the author of children’s books, and has one more on the way.
“When ‘Halloween’ comes out, I’m going to be the AARP cover girl, and [at the same time], I continue to write books for young children – a new book will come out in 2023. I’ve definitely checked some demographic boxes, but no plans,” she explained.
Curtis is also unattainable when it comes to doing the things she wants to do outside of work. Although she admitted to scrolling Tik Tok from time to time, she warned that social media is “a real threat to young people.”
“It’s like giving a child a chain saw. We don’t know the longitudinal impact it has on the younger generation, mentally, spiritually and physically, who are in agony because of social media, because of comparison to others. We all who are quite are old, know it’s all a lie,” she said.