An elegant dress with a deep neckline. Jamie Lee Curtis showed off her amazing figure at 64 years old

Halloween’s star, Jamie Lee Curtis, made a stunning appearance on the red carpet in a plunging navy blue dress that beautifully showcased her figure. The dress featured a flattering ruffle just below her bust, adding to her elegant look. To complete her outfit, she wore black heeled shoes that perfectly complemented her ensemble.

The film “Everything Everywhere” was among the nominees, alongside other notable titles such as “Avatar: The Path of Water,” “The Banshee of Inisherina,” “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” “Elvis,” “Fabelmans,” and “Knives Out: Bulb made of glass.”

Since its release on March 25, 2022, the film has achieved significant success, grossing $107.4 million worldwide. Its earnings are expected to continue growing as it receives more awards and accolades.

“Bringing Miranda Priestly to life in the West End is an absolute dream come true. Gird your loins, folks,” Williams said in a statement about her new role, per Variety.

The new musical features an original score by music legend Elton John, with lyrics penned by Shaina Taub and a book written by Kate Wetherhead. Jerry Mitchell, a three-time Tony Award-winning choreographer, provides direction and choreography on the new production.
The 2006 movie starred Anne Hathaway as lead character Andy Sachs, an aspiring journalist who is thrown for a loop when she lands a job as a personal assistant to Priestly, who Meryl Streep played in the film. Streep, 74, received an Academy Award nomination for her role as the fictional magazine editor; and the movie became the 12th-highest grossing film of 2006.

Williams previously played a similar role as another fashion magazine editor, Wilhelmina Slater, in the ABC series Ugly Betty from 2006 to 2010. The actress told Entertainment Weekly all the way back in 2009 that playing the character was her “favorite role of a lifetime, and I truly enjoy coming to work every day.”

Additional casting for the upcoming musical has yet to be announced. The Devil Wears Prada musical will hold an exclusively preview engagement at Theatre Royal Plymouth in Plymouth, U.K., this July prior to its opening on the West End, as the production previously announced. The show opens at London’s Dominion Theatre in October.