Jamie Lee Curtis plans another Blumhouse collaboration after Halloween

Johnson’s book elements will be used in the film, as well as the accounts of Mary Ludwig, a teacher at school, and Kevin McKay who is a bus driver, which Johnson also wrote about. The Washington Post. Curtis spoke out about her passion to work on such a project. “As a lifelong Californian I watched with profound sadness the ferocity and destruction of the Camp fire that consumed Paradise, California. When I heard Lizzie Johnson on NPR, and then read her amazing book, I knew that I wanted to be able to turn this story into a film and explore the human elements, tragedies and bravery that only a film can do. I’m gratified that my partners at Blumhouse agreed.”

Jason Blum, of Blumhouse, will be joining Curtis as a producer. Lizzie Johnson will serve as executive producer. Johnson had these words to say about the development. “It’s still a long road to recovery for the people of Paradise, and knowing that the town’s story is in great hands and will not be forgotten is of vital importance to me. I was immediately impressed by Jamie’s compassion and her drive to understand Paradise and its people. With her passion guiding the way, I know that this story will be told in a way that honors Paradise.”

Jamie Lee Curtis will next be seen in “Halloween Ends,”It will be available on October 14, 2022. The actress will also be a star in the forthcoming film. “Borderlands” film.

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