He has won two Golden Globes for his works in ‘Risky Lies’ and’ Paper Fondness’, he has given life to an icon of horror cinema of all time by putting himself in the shoes of Laurie Strode in several installments of the ‘Halloween saga ‘And now, having demonstrated his talent on camera, Jamie Lee Curtis will direct his first film under the wing of Blumhouse Productions.
The project, titled ‘Mother Nature’ will be a horror feature film that will revolve around climate change, and comes after a three-year agreement to develop feature films and television series signed between Blumhouse and Curtis’ company Comet Pictures. The director will also co-write the script with Russell Goldman.
Jamie Lee Curtis has accompanied the announcement with a brief statement to the Deadline medium, which has given the news exclusively.
“I am 61 years old and my motto is now: ‘If not now, when? If not me, who?’ I am excited to have a creative home to explore my own ideas and those of others. Jason and his team They’ve made me feel welcome. Comet is ready to bring those stories to life on screen. ”
To these words, Jason Blum, executive director and founder of Blumhouse Productions, has answered praising the legendary actress and, now, also film director after having signed two episodes in television series; the first of them in ‘Paper darling’ and the second in ‘Scream Queens’:
“Jamie is a force of nature, and she was a true partner on ‘Halloween’. So it is both an honor and an incredible success that she is making her first feature film as a director with ‘Mother Nature’.”
At the moment, no further information has come out about ‘Mother Nature’, neither in regards to its plot, nor in terms of cast and production dates.