Jamie Lee Curtis shares Michael Myers social distancing meme

Jamie Lee Curtis and Michael Myers (Photo by Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images)
Jamie Lee Curtis and Michael Myers (Photo by Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images) /

Jamie Lee Curtis took to Instagram yesterday to promote social distancing with a humorous meme featuring her on-screen sibling, Michael Myers.

Jamie Lee Curtis, like many other celebrities is taking to social media to raise her fans’ spirits in the wake of COVID-19 self-isolation. Her True Lies co-star, Arnold Schwarzenegger tweeted a humorous short advising people to stay home and follow the Centers for Disease Control protocols on Twitter.

According to Comic Book, Stephen King and Josh Brolin have also posted similar themed media as well with the horror author referencing Pennywise and Brolin using a Thanos centered meme. In the case of Curtis whose movie Halloween Kills is scheduled for release on Oct. 16, decided to have a little fun with her on-screen brother, Michael Myers.

In the wake of the industry shutting down movie and television productions to comply with various initiatives surrounding the coronavirus, Hollywood is doing its best to keep people entertained during this time of quarantine. Curtis is also doing her part.

The meme that she posted features Michael Myers standing in a grocery store aisle contemplating the ingredients on a bag of chips. Of course, he is carrying a basket, sporting his famous mask while dressed in his jumpsuit and carrying his favorite knife. Meanwhile, other shoppers are milling about in the background oblivious to his presence.

What makes this post priceless is the caption. See below:

As of now, her post has garnered 175, 063 likes and 4,700 comments. Which goes to show that people are looking for a diversion to help them through this period of limited social interaction. So, content like Curtis’ is a bright spot for those that may be struggling to cope with the recent restrictions.

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For more information about COVID-19, visit the CDC’s website or the website for your state’s Department of Health. Look for Jamie Lee Curtis in Halloween Kills on Oct. 16 in theaters.

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