Jamie Lee Curtis Interview With Bill Wills - 7-27-22

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Actress Jamie Lee Curtis spoke to Bill about LETTERS FROM CAMP SEASON 3 PODCAST - LETTERS FROM CAMP is a delightful coming-of-age story created by and starring award-winning actress Jamie Lee Curtis about a young girl who goes to camp for the first time. Plus, Halloween - Trading Place & other movie talk.

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Scripted podcasts have been growing in popularity with more Americans listening than ever before. Now the whole family can join in on the fun. LETTERS FROM CAMP is a delightful coming-of-age story created by and starring award-winning actress Jamie Lee Curtis about a young girl who goes to camp for the first time. Back for a third and final season, this series centers on the adventures of Mookie Hooper and her pals at Camp Cartwright. Told through letters to an unknown friend, the Audible Original features performances from Jamie Lee as Director Sue along with other high-profile actors.

Season 3 finds Mookie Hooper returning to Camp Cartwright with a huge secret: this is going to be her final summer at camp. So this has to be her best summer yet! Without anything to investigate, this is finally Mookie’s time to be a camper. She’s going to spend time with her buddy Carter Ruben-Rubens, finally make it into the inside of an inside joke with Fanny and her bunk, and possibly attempt a contact sport. The only thing that would put the summer over the top? Getting her first kiss. But that seems fairly unlikely since Squirrel Girl isn’t exactly anyone’s first crush.

Returning for their final summer are Jamie Lee Curtis as Director Sue, Sunny Sandler as Mookie Hooper, with performances by Kirby Howell-Baptiste and Edi Patterson, along with a few surprise guests. With all 3 seasons of the podcast now available, this episodic comedy, LETTERS FROM CAMP can help provide entertainment for story time, bedtime and even long car trips with lots of laughs thrown in for good measure.

Jamie Lee Curtis is an actress, starring in acclaimed films such as the blockbuster True Lies, for which she won a Golden Globe Award; Trading Places, for which she earned a BAFTA (British Film Academy Award) for Best Supporting Actress; A Fish Called Wanda, for which she received duel Best Actress nominations from BAFTA and the Golden Globes; and the Disney feature film Freaky Friday, for which she received a Golden Globe nomination. It was her portrayal of Laurie Strode in Halloween, which was her film debut, that brought her to the attention of audiences worldwide. In 2018, 40 years after the original film’s release, Curtis reprised that signature role in David Gordon Green’s record-breaking horror feature, Halloween, produced by horror guru Jason Blum. The second film in the trilogy, Halloween Kills, will be released on October 15. Most recently, Curtis appeared in the box office hit Knives Out alongside Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, and Ana de Armas for director and writer Rian Johnson. Curtis is also The New York Times best-selling author of more than a dozen children’s books. She has recently wrapped production on Borderlands, the film adaptation of the popular video game in which she appears with Cate Blanchett and Kevin Hart. In addition, Curtis’s production company, Comet Pictures, has an overall deal with Blumhouse and next year Curtis will direct Mother Nature, an eco-horror film that she also co-wrote. Curtis is the founder and CEO of the website My Hand in Yours, which is a charitable organization that offers comfort and celebration items with 100% of every sale being donated directly to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles—an organization that Curtis has long been associated with.

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