Jamie Lee Curtis receives her first Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress for Everything, Everywhere, All at Once in 2023.
Jamie Lee Curtis expects the 2023 Academy Awards ceremony to go on for some time.
The 64-year-old has been in the industry for quite some time, but her nomination for Best Supporting Actress in Everything, Everywhere, All at Once is her first.
On March 12, Jamie Lee and Christopher Guest walked the champagne carpet. She wore a stone-encrusted Dolce & Gabbana column dress with long sleeves. And when Laverne Cox of Life From Laverne! questioned her about a professional highlight, she shared the piece of advice she would give her younger self in the lead-up to her breakthrough role in Halloween 1978.
Jamie Lee advised everyone to “Just chill down.” “I feel like everyone walks around so strained and stiff. Now that I’m elderly, all I want to do is encourage folks to relax; the world is already wild and difficult enough as it is. It would be wise to call off the hunt now. Rest easy.”
When she prepared for the 2023 Academy Awards, resting appeared to be her priority.
“Today’s reading was the most poignant one I’ve ever read regarding what’s going on here today,” Jamie Lee remarked at the beginning of her Oscars Sunday. As the term “Everything” appears throughout, we may safely assume that it was penned in the distant past.
After that, she said, “I get up early, meditate, drink coffee with my husband, and chat with friends over breakfast. That’s what he handed me.”
There are 11 nominations for the film Everything, Everywhere, All at Once, including Best Picture, Best Director for The Daniels, Best Actress for Michelle Yeoh, Best Supporting Actor for Ke Huy Quan, and Best Supporting Actress for Stephanie Hsu.
Jamie Lee took up the statuette for best female supporting actress at the 2023 Screen Actors Guild Awards.
As she put it, “I adore actors and I love acting.” “I enjoy my job. I thrive in a social setting. The experience of being cast in a production is rewarding for me. I like working with you. Honestly, I couldn’t ask for a better profession.”