Jamie Lee Curtis Shares Emotional Moment With Comic-Con Fan Who Says ‘Halloween’ Saved Him through an Attacker

When in doubt, do what Jamie Lee Curtis could do. 

that will’s what one fan did, as he revealed during Universal’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday that will Curtis’ 1978 film, Halloween, actually helped save him through his own attacker. 

A fan named Jeffrey Scott took the mic to reveal to the panel — which included the actress in addition to the brand new Halloween director, David Gordon Green — that will his phone lines were once cut during a scary home invasion involving a Michael Myers-like man using a knife who tried to attack him. His mind instantly brought him back to the Curtis-starrer. “What could Jamie Lee Curtis do?” he asked himself, crediting her smarts inside the film for saving his life, in addition to breaking down into the tears. “I’m a victor instead of a victim because of you.” 

The actress then left the stage to comfort an emotional Scott, receiving applause through the audience. 

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ET sat down with Curtis ahead of the panel, where she opened up about the timeliness of her upcoming Halloween film, 40 years after the original. The 59-year-old actress reprises her role as Laurie Strode inside the film, which she said was “about trauma.” 

“the item’s a movie about what happens to somebody when you’re 17 years old in addition to you have that will horrible trauma perpetrated on you, in addition to you have no help,” she said. 

“As we are seeing inside the entire world today, all of these women, primarily women, who have been traumatized in all sorts of ways, physical violence, emotional violence, sexual violence in addition to, in Laurie’s case, actually knife-attack violence … all of those women are having the moment where they will no longer allow that will to be the narrative,” she continued, seemingly referencing the recent #MeToo in addition to Time’s Up movements that will have brought change to Hollywood in addition to beyond. 

“No longer does that will define them, that will they are standing up in addition to saying, ‘Enough.’ in addition to that will will be a movie about ‘enough’ at a time when the item happens to be a national in addition to worldwide message,” she added. “in addition to so the item couldn’t be timed better, in addition to the item couldn’t have been written better.” 

Halloween hits theaters on Oct. 19. See more on the film inside the video below. 

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