LOS ANGELES, June 7 (UPI) — Jamie Lee Curtis and son Thomas Guest delighted fans by cosplaying at the “Warcraft” premiere Monday.
The 57-year-old actress and her 20-year-old son dressed as orcs to attend the event at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles. The film is based on Blizzard Entertainment’s fantasy role-playing game “World of Warcraft.”
Curtis wore a red dress with a breastplate and accessorized with a feathered headpiece and scepter. Thomas, meanwhile, chose a black ensemble with a gold cape and completed his outfit with a helmet and war hammer.
“We’re serious about our games,” the actress told Entertainment Tonight at the premiere. “My son Tom is a [‘World of Warcraft’] player and I’m a supporter. I think that what Blizzard has done has changed the universe.”
“The astonishing thing about being a parent is that your children bring things to you that you would never, ever, ever, ever know,” she added. “And you hope that you bring a few things to them that are interesting.”
Curtis shares Thomas and 29-year-old daughter Annie with director Christopher Guest, whom she married in 1984. The family previously cosplayed as “Street Fighter” characters at the EVO 2015 convention last July.
“Warcraft” is directed by Duncan Jones, the son of late singer David Bowie, and opens in theaters Friday. Travis Fimmel stars as Sir Anduin Lothar, with Toby Kebbell as Durotan, Paula Patton as Garona and Ben Foster as Medivh.