Although the coronavirus pandemic in the United States has begun to slowly slow down, it is too early to talk about the former carefree life. As early as next month, the country will celebrate Halloween, but this time, do without the traditional collection of sweets.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has already issued a memo that shows what not to do on the holiday, and the star of the famous movie “Halloween” Jamie Lee Curtis rushed to support the decision of the authorities. The actress posted on Instagram a short offscreen video in which she sits in an embrace with a whole bucket of fake blood, clearly preparing to engage in another fight with Michael Myers.
Curtis noted that there are many ways to have fun at home, and suggested, among other things, to hold a virtual costume parade. How exactly it will take place has not yet been specified, but the details will certainly not be long in coming.
Stay tuned for all the details, take care of yourself, and Happy Halloween, wrote the actress.
Meanwhile, the premiere of the movie “Halloween Kills” had to be postponed to October 21, 2021. But the long wait has its own plus: the director of the franchise, David Gordon Green, promised that in an additional year they will be able to prepare an adaptation for IMAX for the first time in the history of the franchise.