Jamie Lee Curtis became quite short-tempered when giving her a hot look at attending concerts.
The “Everything, Everywhere, All At Once” star has been all-around older millennials, Gen Xers, and Boomers all at once, passionately advocating for musicians to start doing daytime shows.
“Now I will say this as a mockery and as a suggestion. U2 – make a matinee. Coldplay – make a matinee. How about a 12 o’clock concert, Coldplay? What about it?” Curtis said The Hollywood Reporter on the red carpet of the Spirit Awards this past weekend.
Curtis then became especially poignant as he addressed the Boss.
“Bruce Springsteen – make a fucking matinee! You are old! Why didn’t you let me come to you, Bruce Springsteen, in your glory days – a play on words – and do it at noon or at one? Two hours! Matinee at two o’clock! … Theater in New York, 2 am! I will come and listen to your five o’clock concert, Bruce, at 2 o’clock, and by 7:30 I will be at home and in bed.
Although Curtis doesn’t seem to know that daytime festivals exist and that many people won’t be able to attend the afternoon concert on a weekday, among other things…
… most Twitter users liked her idea.
Earlier in her red carpet interview with THR, Curtis also revealed the “secret” she shared at a private dinner for all the Oscar nominees this weekend. Curtis was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the surreal comedy by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert.
“I’m going to tell you a secret right now,” the Freaky Friday star said. “There’s a private Oscar nominees dinner Thursday night starting at 7:30 pm and I declined.”
When asked why, Curtis answered bluntly: “Because Mom goes to bed early.”
The Halloween scream queen has been pretty vocal lately about getting up early.
“Todayasked Curtis on Tuesday how early dinner should be for her, and she replied, “Five!”
“Here’s the thing, you see, there’s a nominee dinnerwhich was fantastic,” Curtis continued. “Because it was lunch time and we were all there, we were all dressed up, they took pictures of everyone at the big lesson. It was exciting! If it was at night, I would go, but it would be hard for me.”