Jamie Lee Curtis shares rare photo with family on red carpet premiere of horror flick 'Halloween'
Curtis captioned the rare moment on Instagram as 'the most important part of her work is the people she comes home to' referring to daughter Annie, son Tom and husband Christopher
Hollywood veteran Jamie Lee Curtis took to her Instagram to share a sweet moment with her fans. The 59-year-old 'Halloween' actress posted a rare photo of herself with her family - husband Christopher Guest, and two children 31-year-old Annie and 22-year-old Thomas - on her social media page on October 18. The family was spotted at the premiere of Curtis' upcoming horror flick 'Halloween', before its country-wide release on October 26.
The beaming actress captioned the image with a message that read: "The most important part of my work is the people I get to come home from that work to. My daughter, Annie, my son, Tom and my husband, Christopher offered me love and support last night and I am so lucky to call them mine. @halloweenmovie."
Curtis has been married to 70-year-old Guest, the director of 'Best in Show', for 33 years now. The family has been seen at red carpet events over the years but this is a rare moment where the whole family was pictured together. Curtis uploaded a photo of herself with daughter Annie, a dance instructor, at a rally in Los Angeles in January 2017.
She has also uploaded a picture of herself with son Thomas, who works in the video game industry, at a premiere that took place earlier in October. In 1998, Curtis was joined by her husband, her mother - Hollywood legend Janet Leigh - and her daughter on the Hollywood Walk of Fame when she received her star.
The actress will be seen in cinemas across the world in the new 'Halloween' film in which she will be reprising her role as Laurie Strode, 40 years after the original 1978 film came out.
The new film revolves around Michael Myers breaking out of the maximum security prison he was being held in and going back to the town of Haddonfield where Strode is awaiting his return. Curtis will be sharing the screen with actresses Judy Greer and Andi Matichak, who portray her daughter and granddaughter in the highly-anticipated sequel.
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She spoke at PEOPLE and EW's TIFF studio in September about the film saying: "I don’t know if 40 years ago I would have ever thought that Laurie Strode would have a daughter, let alone a granddaughter. I just don't think I ever took it that far."
She added: "Trauma is a generational disease because it affects everybody in the family. So that's what I think is so exciting about [this film]. They’ve explored that through the relationships between mother, daughter, granddaughter."
Halloween will be hitting theaters on October 26.