Curtis, who stars in the most recent installment of the preferred “Halloween” horror film franchise, wore a faded blue get dressed and complimented it with a blonde wig, black handbag and bathe curtain smeared with pretend blood.
Leigh’s persona, Marion Crane, famously meets her result in “Pscyho” after being stabbed to demise within the bathe.
Curtis mentioned it used to be extra “meta” when it got here to honoring her mom, who died in 2004 after a struggle with vasculitis, which is an irritation of blood vessels.
She added the shower curtain, she said, so people wouldn’t think she had just dressed as a 1950s housewife.
It’s not the first time the actress has paid tribute to her famous mother’s equally famous horror movie role.