Jamie Lee Curtis Has Posted an Emotional Response to Her First Oscar Nomination For “Everything Everywhere at Once”


Actress Jamie Lee Curtis has become a movie star since she burst onto the stage as Laurie Strode in John Carpenter’s 1968 hit Halloween. Although she has played this role from time to time over the years, she has also had a very successful career in television and film. So it’s hard to believe that this morning she received her first Oscar nomination for her role in Daniels’ film “Everything Everywhere and at Once.” And in response to this honor, Curtis posted an emotional reaction on social media.

Jamie Lee Curtis has been very busy lately, and her fun and action-packed role as Tax inspector Gyorgy Boberdre has received universal recognition. She was the favorite in the Best Supporting Actress category after being awarded a similar award at other events during the awards season. She shared her sincere thoughts about the Oscar nomination on Instagram, see below:

What a cool thing to do. Part of why Jamie Lee Curtis is having such an important moment right now is because of her really adorable personality. And so it’s not surprising that she reacted thoughtfully and sweetly to being nominated for an Oscar for the first time at the age of 64. This included bowing to her family, such as her late mother, actress Janet Lee.

Jamie Lee Curtis has spoken about her career and legacy to her whopping 4.8 million Instagram followers. She thanked her immigrant family for going to the states to give her this opportunity. And despite such a long career in cinema, Curtis also admitted that she often felt like a stranger in Hollywood. Hopefully this latest award will help her feel different.

Of course, JLC also took the time to talk directly about the unique project that eventually earned her an Oscar nomination. Daniels’ song “Everything Everywhere at Once” was infinitely ambitious and had a completely unique tone. And although there was both an action movie and a comedy, the story was also emotional and told about family, immigration, trauma and acceptance. Curtis was an ardent cheerleader for the film, even getting into a multiverse feud with “Doctor Strange 2” in the process.

Considering the other nominations Jamie Lee Curtis has received this season for “Everything Everywhere at Once,” her Oscar nod seemed like the right decision ahead of the official announcement this morning. But fans of Daniels’ acclaimed film will also be happy to know that Curtis is nominated along with Stephanie Xu, who played Joy Wang/Joba Tupaki. We’ll just have to wait and see if any of them snatch the trophy, or if that honor goes to Angela Bassett for “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.”

Jamie Lee Curtis also posted a photo of her reaction when she found out that she actually received an Oscar nomination. She also tips her hat to Stephanie Hsu. As always, her social media game is on top. Check it out:

Considering generations of Jamie Lee Curtis fans, there are a lot of people in the comments section cheering her on. This includes other actors such as Glen Powell from Top Gun: Maverick, who was her co-star in the TV series Scream Queens. We just have to wait and see how things turn out when the Academy Awards ceremony takes place in March.

“Oscar” will be aired on March 12. “Everything Everywhere and at Once” is now being broadcast on Showtime. In the meantime, check out the movie’s release dates in 2023 to plan your next movie. As for Jamie Lee Curtis, she has interesting projects like Borderlands and Disney’s The Haunted Mansion.


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