Jamie Lee Curtis is honoring her daughter Ruby Guest with her Oscar win.
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Proud mom! Jamie Lee Curtis and Christopher Guest have nothing but love for daughters Annie and Ruby.
The Halloween actress and Guest — who wed in 1984 — became parents for the first time when she and her husband adopted Annie in 1986. A decade later, the couple adopted their second child, Ruby, in 1996.
One year after welcoming Ruby to their family, Curtis opened up about her infertility struggles and why she and This Is Spinal Tap star decided to adopt.
“Adoption was the only way for us to have a family. People who adopt who are fertile have a more difficult decision than when you have no other option,” the Freaky Friday star explained in a 1997 interview with Pact’s Point of View Newsletter. “If you want to be a family, that’s how you’re going to be it. I don’t think you feel like a family until the child is born.”
Curtis shared details of the open adoption process for Annie revealing that she was worried her celebrity status could potentially affect the outcome.
“It probably was different for us than for most others. There’s something that happens to other people when you become very very famous,” she recalled to the outlet. “ It’s a look in their eyes — they’re afraid to look straight at you; they treat you like royalty; they’re very self-conscious. But when we met Annie’s birth mother and she said, ‘Hi, I’m happy to meet you,’ it was like, boom, it was OK. I knew we could adopt.”
While Annie’s arrival was planned, Ruby joined the brood as a “celestial” surprise, according to Curtis.
“It was serendipitous and involved a friend of mine who died last year,” the Oscar winning actress said at the time. “Five or six events came together, all of which resulted in our family
Jamie Lee Curtis is honoring her daughter Ruby Guest with her Oscar win.
After Jamie Lee Curtis won her first Oscar, she contacted her dog walker before anyone else. During an emotional interview on "Today," the 64-year-old actress explained the reason why she reached out to her dog walker first.
Jamie Lee Curtis had the most incredible weekend, having received the Oscar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role on Sunday night for her performance in Everything Everywhere All At Once.The star has let the celebration roll into the week, not only receiving waves of love and support from fans and industry colleagues, but also getting surprises from her friends as well. You can check out her emotional acceptance speech in the video below.WATCH: Jamie Lee Curtis wins Oscar after first nodShe revealed on Instagram the day after the ceremony that a few of her friends had surprised her with an impromptu lunch and collection of memorabilia connected to her win.Among them was her close friend and fellow Oscar nominee Melanie Griffith in a rare public appearance, looking as radiant as ever dressed in all black.MORE: Melanie Griffith poses for rare family picture with youngest daughter and ex-husband Antonio BanderasTRENDING NOW: Dylan Dreyer inundated with support following mistake live on-air - detailsThe joy was visible on 64-year-old Jamie's face in photos she shared from the four-person gathering, captioning her post with: "An unexpected flash mob of friends surprising me with a post Oscar celebration lunch @bevhillshotel and some lovely yummy treats.
Joshua Jackson couldn't help but gaze lovingly at his wife, Jodie Turner-Smith, while on the red carpet at 's annual Oscars after-party on Sunday.In the pics, Turner-Smith, who dazzled in a floor-length sparkling gown with lace cutout details, posed for the camera while holding onto her husband's hand.
Jamie Lee Curtis has revealed the real reason why she skipped the Oscars after party on Sunday night – and it wasn't just about getting an early bedtime!It turns out the 64-year-old actress, who took home the Best Supporting Actress award at Sunday evening's awards, had other matters on her mind. Relive Jamie's emotional Oscars acceptance speech in the video below.WATCH: Jamie Lee Curtis remembers her famous parents during Oscars speechJamie, who also shared an emotional message about her trans daughter Ruby while answering press questions following her win, appeared to leave the Oscars soon after picking up her newly engraved award.
A meant-to-be moment! Jamie Lee Curtis opened up about her family’s influence on her career before winning big at the 2023 Academy Awards.
Jamie Lee Curtis expressed support for the push to de-gender acting categories following her win for Best Supporting Actress at the 2023 Oscars. «As the mother of a trans daughter, I completely understand,» Curtis said of the question regarding the gendering of Best Actor and Actress categories. «In all the areas, in all the branches...we're not anywhere near there.» Curtis also acknowledged the difficulty of still maintaining opportunities for women while expanding categories to include the larger gender spectrum. «To de-gender the category, I'm also concerned will diminish the opportunities for more women, which is something I have also been working hard to promote,» Curtis said.
Jamie Lee Curtis gave her late parents, Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis, a sweet shout-out during her win for Best Supporting Actress at the 2023 Oscars on Sunday. Curtis teared up as she noted that they were both nominated for Oscars in their lifetime.Curtis won for her performance in.
Angelique Jackson Jamie Lee Curtis has picked up her first Oscar, winning the best supporting actress trophy for her performance in “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” “I know it looks like I’m standing up here by myself but I am not, I am hundreds of people. I’m hundreds of people. Where are the Daniels?,” she asked in her emotional acceptance speech, continuing to list of all the people who supported her. “Halloween” director John Carpenter was one of the first to congratulate the longtime horror star, tweeting “Congratulations Jamie Lee! You are the bomb!”“To all the people who have supported the genre movies that I’ve made for these years, the thousands and hundreds of thousands of people, we just won an Oscar together!,” she said.
In the first big surprise of the night, Jamie Lee Curtis won for her role in “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” She was nominated alongside her co-star Stephanie Hsu, Kerry Condon for “The Banshees of Inisherin,” Angela Bassett for “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” and Hong Chau for “The Whale.” It was one of the most competitive categories, and Bassett, in particular, had long been considered to be the favorite as she had given a showstopping monologue that emerged as one of the best moments of her entire film.
The A-listers are out! Hollywood’s hottest couples attended the 2023 Academy Awards in style on Sunday, March 12.
Fashion came first for Oscar nominees on Sunday night ahead of the 95th Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California. Jamie Lee Curtis rocked a sheer Dolce & Gabbana sparkling gown while walking the red carpet with her husband, Christopher Guest. "It's a beautiful movie.The fact that this movie brought me to the Oscars … it's just extraordinary," she said of "Everything Everywhere All at Once." Curtis is nominated for Best Supporting Actress, and her co-star Michelle Yeoh is nominated for Best Actress.
2023 Oscars was a date night for some of Hollywood's hottest couples! The stars used the occasion to have a glamorous night out together Sunday as they posed for pics on the champagne-colored carpet before entering the Dolby Theatre for the 95th Academy Awards. star Jamie Lee Curtis stepped onto the carpet hand-in-hand with her husband, Christopher Guest. Curtis dazzled in a sparkling long-sleeved gown that matched the tone of this year's much lighter carpet, with Guest rocking a black tuxedo.
Jamie Lee Curtis holds hands with husband Christopher Guest while walking the Oscars red carpet!
Jamie Lee Curtis has advocated for earlier concerts, asking why bands don’t put on matinee shows.The Everything Everywhere All At Once actor was speaking on the red carpet at the Independent Spirit Awards this weekend (March 4) when she told The Hollywood Reporter that she declined her invite to an Oscars nominee dinner because she’d rather go to bed early.“Why? Because mommy goes to bed early,” the actor said. “‘Cause 7:30 is gonna be nine before we get food, and you know what? There’s nothing good happening with me after nine o’clock.
Jamie Lee Curtis is adamant about getting a full night's rest, even if that means sitting out for an Academy Award event. On Saturday, Curtis, 64, appeared at the Film Independent Spirit Awards where she told the Hollywood Reporter that the Oscars nominees' dinner held on Thursday is too late for her. The "Scream" actress received her Oscar nomination in the best actress in a supporting role category for her role as Deirdre Beaubeirdre in "Everything Everywhere All at Once." "Now you might say, 'Jamie, you're nominated for an Academy Award. You're gonna be in the room with only nominees for the Academy Award,' and I have declined," Curtis told the outlet.
One of the greatest mockumentaries of all time is “This Is Spinal Tap,” and while filmmaker Christopher Guest didn’t direct it (that was Rob Reiner), he did co-write it with his co-stars Michael McKean, Harry Shearer, and Reiner. Soon after, Guest took that formula and ran with it, creating several other classic mockumentary comedies, including “Waiting for Guffman,” “Best in Show,” “A Mighty Wind,” “For Your Consideration,” and the last one, “Mascots” in 2016 for Netflix.
to People in an interview on Saturday, the actress revealed what it’s like to be nominated for this year’s Academy Awards in the same category that her late mother, Janet Leigh, once was.“You know, I didn’t think about that,” Curtis, 64, told the outlet while at the Independent Spirit Awards.“I mean, I knew it, I was aware of it. I never thought that would happen. Like my parents and their fame and their stardom was so legendary that I’ve never felt like I would be anywhere near the level.
Disney‘s Haunted Mansion has dropped (check it out below) and showcases a revamped spin-off of the popular Disneyland ride.Inspired by the classic theme park attraction, the film focuses on Gabbie (Rosario Dawson) and her son, Travis (Chase Dillon), who enlist a motley crew of so-called spiritual experts to help rid their home of supernatural squatters.The trailer showcases plenty of spectacularly spooky goings on as Gabbie and Travis attempt to make an old mansion their forever home. The spiritual experts come in the form of Owen Wilson, Danny De Vito and LaKeith Stanfield. Justin Simien, Dear White People and Bad Hair, helms the film which features a cast dripping with Hollywood names.
Jamie Lee Curtis has shared some behind the scenes images of a rather bizarre photoshoot she was involved in for the Washington Post.The Everything Everywhere All At Once star, who recently took home the SAG award for Best Supporting Actress, has been hailed as a breakthrough star recently. Get all the details on the A-lister's rise to fame in the video below.WATCH: Jamie Lee Curtis' rise to fameInspired by the breakthrough moniker, photographer Jessica Pons had the Halloween actress literally break through a wall of purple paper during the shoot.