Jamie Lee Curtis exudes 'femme fatale' vibes as she heads for dinner at Giorgio Baldi restaurant in LA
Jamie Lee Curtis cut a sharp figure for shutterbugs as she stepped out for dinner at the Giorgio Baldi restaurant dressed in all-black
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: It was "knives out" at dinner for Jamie Lee Curtis. The veteran actress was spotted outside LA’s most frequented celebrity hangout, the Giorgio Baldi restaurant. Curtis made an appearance after showering praise on her 'Freaky Friday' co-star Lindsay Lohan, on her comeback to Hollywood with her new film 'Falling for Christmas'.
Curtis’ most recent Hollywood outing was the horror movie ‘Halloween Ends,’ in which she co-starred with Rohan Campbell and Andi Matichak.
Curtis was spotted outside the Giorgio Baldi restaurant wearing a black shirt underneath a black trench coat. She paired it with black pants that were a shade lighter. She wore black shows and also a pair of glasses. With her signature short white hair, she was seen sauntering out of the restaurant, located in Santa Monica, in style.
This public appearance is amidst reports that Curtis is all set to receive the Hollywood Icon Award at Women’s Guild Cedars-Sinai Disco Ball. A Hollywood Reporter report stated that the legendary actress was to be honored at the event that will take place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Wednesday, November 30. It will be hosted by Jason Alexander of 'Seinfeld'.
Curtis will receive this honor after a year of successful movies, with her appearance in 'Halloween Ends' and her much-revered part opposite Michelle Yeoh in the acclaimed movie 'Everything Everywhere All at Once'. Curtis is all set to star as Madame Leota in Disney’s 'Haunted Mansion'.
Popsugar had earlier reported that Curtis had also had her hand and foot imprint ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood. She had attended the ceremony with her husband Christopher Guest and her daughters Annie and Ruby. Some of her close friends and co-stars were also present, including Arnold Schwarzenegger and Melanie Griffith.
Speaking at the event, 'Terminator' star Schwarzenegger reportedly said, “There's a lot of stars here in Hollywood that have maybe one hit or two hits. This woman has hits for more than four decades. Think about that. For more than four decades, one hit after the next, and it doesn't matter what genre it is. If it is comedy, if it is a love story, if it's an action movie, or whatever it is, she can do it. I've seen that firsthand.”