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Jamie Lee Curtis
Originally posted 10/12/2015 05:20PM
The slasher-comedy The Final Girls opened in theaters Friday, and that very title begs horror fans to wonder who among the cast will be the actual last girl standing: American Horror Story vet Taissa Farmiga or Malin Ackerman, the actress playing the character in the film's movie-within-a-movie.
Originally posted 10/09/2015 11:00AM
"Public attention was very important to my parents," Curtis, who currently stars in Fox's new dark comedy Scream Queens, says in this week's issue of PEOPLE. "They required that attention all the way through the end of their lives. Given what their backgrounds were and how their rise to fame was so meteoric, that sort of thing was important to them.
Originally posted 10/07/2015 10:10PM
In fact, Curtis – who currently stars in Fox's new dark comedy Scream Queens – admits that she's something of a scaredy-cat when it comes to being frightened.
"I scare easily," Curtis says in the current issue of PEOPLE. "In fact, that's what my tombstone should say: 'Scared Easily' ... I just can't watch thrillers or violence or anything with the possibility of ominousness. I'm too jumpy."
Originally posted 10/07/2015 04:55PM
Jamie Lee Curtis made headlines back in 2002 when she famously posed in More in her underwear without makeup or airbrushing in a move to call attention to the way Hollywood treats older actresses.
More than a dozen years later, the 56-year-old actress – who currently stars in Fox's new dark comedy Scream Queens – is still as outspoken as ever when comes to the issue of ageism in her business.
"I think it's humiliating to see the media frenzy when somebody gets older and they don't look the way they used to look," Curtis says in the current issue of PEOPLE. "It's like dancing with the devil. I've danced with it for a long time, and it's been okay. But I don't want to be punished for the natural evolution of being human, and I will be if I stay in it too long."
Originally posted 09/23/2015 04:20PM
The Scream Queens star says that she had the idea for Instagram a few years before its creators did.
Originally posted 09/22/2015 08:00PM
Scream Queens is like AHS taking a Mentos break.
The show is set on a college campus, which keeps it close to contemporary teen-slasher movies (and parodies of teen-slasher movies). If your memory goes back far enough and low enough, you may find yourself even thinking of the 1973 TV movie Satan's School for Girls – or, more recently, the 2000 remake with Shannen Doherty.
Originally posted 09/22/2015 05:35PM
No matter how big a fan of Glee or American Horror Story you are, there's no way you're as excited to see Scream Queens hit the small screen as Jamie Lee Curtis.
"We've been working on the show for a long time, and today it's being born," Curtis told Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb during an appearance on the fourth hour of Today on Tuesday.
She continued, choking up, "And I've got to tell you, if you don't think that I am so grateful at 56 years old to have this job at this moment in my life, when – as I've said – I've done advertising for people and I've done some really terrible movies and TV shows just to live my life.
"I just woke up this morning weeping at this moment in my life. At this moment for me," the actress revealed.
Originally posted 09/15/2015 04:45PM
Curtis tweeted a black-and-white photo and teased that the scene will appear in an upcoming "special ep" of Ryan Murphy's upcoming Fox series
Originally posted 09/02/2015 03:55PM
Forget back-to-school shopping and all things pumpkin spice, the real reason everyone's excited for fall is because it brings the return of all of our favorite TV shows – and the chance to develop new obsessions.
In the next few months it looks like TV schedules are going to be more packed than ever as tons of new comedies, dramas and even variety shows vie for DVR space. And even though we've only gotten the briefest of teases of what's heading to small screens, there are already a few shows whose premiere dates we've got marked down on our calendars. (Or, in the case of Neil Patrick Harris' variety show, set to record on every device we own.)
But which fall TV show are you giving a shot? Let's take a look at some of the potential contenders …
Originally posted 08/26/2015 12:15PM
He's one of the most celebrated actors working today. Ask people what their favorite Tom Hanks movie is, and you'll probably get responses like Forrest Gump, Philadelphia or Saving Private Ryan. The odd horror movie nut, however, might offer a little-known film: He Knows You're Alone.
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