Published: Mon, October 15, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Halloween Star Jamie Lee Curtis Responds to Claims She's Anti-Gun

Halloween Star Jamie Lee Curtis Responds to Claims She's Anti-Gun

The outlet argues that this is a glaring testament to her blatant hypocrisy.

Curtis' "on-screen actions stand in contrast to her real-life persona as an advocate for gun control", Fox News wrote in the article published Wednesday.

Now that Curtis' view on gun control is sorted out, she also wanted fans to know why her character had an aerosol of weapons to stop, uhm, well, attempt to stop, the shape known as Michael Myers.

When asked if it would have been possible to do a new Halloween without Curtis reprising her role, producer Bill Block is blunt.

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As for the argument about using guns in the latest Halloween movie, that's a whole other story, which Jamie Lee Curtis also addresses. Thankfully, that sort of thing doesn't happen very often outside of the fictional realm of movies. "And then to shoot it was just incredibly powerful, and that, to me, was sort of the defining moment, because what they were saying is that. we are all in this together, and if we're in it together, we have a chance to make a difference and to change the narrative of the perpetrators, but you can't do it alone".

Jamie Lee Curtis has been very vocal about gun control in the United States, but wishes that Fox News would have contacted her first before running their story.

"I think there were myriad types of firearms that could have been used in the movie", she said. And fully support the Second Amendment. And honestly, if I had made my career as a pacifist actor, I would never have worked, ever."Curtis adds, "But I have always been proud to represent women who fight back and fight back with intelligence, cunning and creativity, and who fight for their lives and their families' lives".

"In that moment, I said, "Aha, ' I have to invent a diaper that has a wiper built into the diaper". She's claimed Halloween is a #MeToo film as well as compared her character of Laurie Strode to Brett Kavanaugh's accuser Christine Blasey Ford. "I have to be responsible for my own personal choices in my own personal life".

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