Jamie Lee Curtis Auctioning Personal Halloween Collection For Charity

Jamie Lee Curtis Auctioning Personal Halloween Collection For Charity

In honor of the 35th anniversary of “Halloween,” Jamie Lee Curtis has partnered with global charity auction site Charitybuzz to auction off Michael Meyers masks from her personal collection. The scream queen has generously donated a replica of the mask from the original 1978 film, one of five in her private collection, with signatures from the surviving original cast members: John Carpenter, Nancy Loomis, Kyle Richards and more. As of this second, this mask is up to $6,500 already.

There is also a film-used mask from “H2O: Halloween 20 Years Later” up for grabs, featuring signatures from Michelle Williams, LL Cool J, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Josh Hartnett and more. This one is already fetching $3,500 (as of right now).

Bidding on these items, valued at $10,000 each, is open now until October 31 at https://www.charitybuzz.com/halloween – proceeds from the auction will benefit Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

Charitybuzz has even more amazing Halloween-themed auctions this Fall season, from star-studded costume parties to TV show walk-ons! Rob Zombie fans can bid to meet him at the Great American Nightmare Music Festival and watch his live show Nov 2. Heidi Klum is auctioning off the chance for a fan see what outrageous costume she’ll wear to her highly anticipated Halloween Party when they meet her in New York City. Even more of Hollywood’s elite will be in attendance at David Arquette’s Halloween bash at his club in “Bootsy Bellows” in LA. Finally, fans of HBO’s “True Blood” are in for a treat when they visit the set and enjoy an extra role during the show’s last season.

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