Jamie Lee Curtis dressed as mom Janet Leigh in 'Psycho' for 'Halloween Kills' premiere

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(CNN)Jamie Lee Curtis honored her parent Janet Leigh astatine the caller "Halloween Kills" premiere by replicating Leigh's costume from her iconic relation successful "Psycho."

Curtis, who stars successful the latest installment of the fashionable "Halloween" fearfulness movie franchise, wore a airy bluish formal and complimented it with a blonde wig, achromatic purse and ablution curtain smeared with fake blood.

"Honoring my parent successful ALL her gory...I meant glory! PREMIERE PARTY TIME!," the caption of a photo of her successful the outfit connected Curtis' verified Instagram relationship read.

    Leigh's character, Marion Crane, famously meets her extremity successful "Pscyho" aft being stabbed to decease successful the shower.

      Curtis said it was much "meta" erstwhile it came to honoring her mother, who died successful 2004 aft a conflict with vasculitis, which is an inflammation of humor vessels.

      Jamie Lee Curtis attends the costume enactment      premiere of "Halloween Kills" astatine  TCL Chinese Theatre connected  October 12, 2021 successful  Hollywood, California.

      "I americium really going arsenic Scarlett Johansson arsenic Janet Leigh successful the movie 'Hitchcock'," Curtis told "Entertainment Tonight. "So it's meta due to the fact that we ne'er knew what colour Janet Leigh's formal was due to the fact that it was a black-and-white movie. But present due to the fact that of the 'Hitchcock' movie, we cognize it was airy blue."

      She added the ablution curtain, she said, truthful radical wouldn't deliberation she had conscionable dressed arsenic a 1950s housewife.

        It's not the archetypal clip the histrion has paid tribute to her celebrated mother's arsenic celebrated fearfulness movie role.

        In 2015, Curtis recreated the "Psycho" ablution scene, successful achromatic and achromatic similar the original, arsenic portion of her relation arsenic Wallace University Dean Cathy Munsch connected Ryan Murphy's horror-comedy TV bid "Scream Queens."

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