Jamie Lee Curtis flaunts her ample bust in a skintight black jumpsuit
Jamie Lee Curtis wowed onlookers as she stepped out for the premiere of her new movie on Wednesday night. The 59-year-old's amazing figure was a sight to behold.
Curtis showed off her fit body in a tight-fitting black jumpsuit that came down at her chest. Her busty display was a welcomed bonus to the chic ensemble.
She attended the launch for her movie "Halloween" at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California.
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Curtis' outfit blew away the crowd not least of all because of her exposed chest. The "Trading Places" actress paired the one piece with a black, cropped jacket and tall, black pumps.
She went with a natural makeup look and kept her usual short, grey cut. She accessorized with simple silver studs and a matching silver bangle.
Back in April 2018, fans were also stunned when Curtis wore a red pantsuit to the Caesars Palace Colosseum. She gave a sneak peek of "Halloween" while there.
The well-put-together look is not reflective of Curtis' experience in making the film.
The "Freaky Friday" star told ET that she incurred a serious injury during production.
"It was hard. The whole thing was very hard. I ended up with a cracked rib at the end of it. [I was] bruised and cut. But that's the nature of the beast."
She was not deterred through any of it:
"If you don't get hurt, you're not doing it right. Because, in order to do it, you have to get hurt."
At the premiere, Curtis reunited with one of her past co-star from the original "Halloween" film of 1978.
Kyle Richards, who played the little girl named Lindsey, shared a photo of herself with Curtis on Instagram.
She captioned it:
"Such a great night celebrating the @halloweenmovie premiere. Cannot believe it has been 40 years since we made the original Halloween."
Richards played Lindsey at nine years old. She was the little girl who Laurie (Jaime Lee Curtis) babysat.
The horror flick is set to be released October 19. It will effectively be a direct follow up to director John Carpenter's original from 1978.
In it, Curtis' character Laurie will take up the position as the hunter. She will seek revenge against the psychotic killer Michael Myers.