Jamie Lee Curtis

“I don’t care what side you’re on," said Curtis. "It’s happening, and there are things we can do to ameliorate it and to try to stem the tide.”
The actor celebrated her on-screen daughter's baby news with a throwback.
Curtis said fans couldn't stop asking her about the body-swap comedy during her recent press tour for "Halloween Ends" — and she called Disney about a sequel.
The "Everything Everywhere All At Once" star told "Today" that her way of referencing the statue is "in support of my daughter Ruby."
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” dominated at the 95th Academy Awards, winning seven trophies.
Twitter had a lot of feelings about Curtis winning over Bassett — and they weren’t positive.
The actor got exceptionally worked up while speaking about Bruce Springsteen’s “five-hour” performances.
James Hong stole the show in the final speech of the night with a joyful celebration of Asian talent in Hollywood.
The heartwarming love affair between the "Everything Everywhere All at Once" stars continues.