Jamie Lee Curtis as an Orce at the Warcraft movie premiere, She arrived in full Orc shaman regalia, even though she wasn’t even in the film. She’s a massive Warcraft fan, and has been playing for years.
Jamie Lee Curtis, the star of Halloween and many other movies, has announced her intention to officiate at her daughter’s wedding wearing an admiral’s uniform from the World of Warcraft. Her daughter Ruby Guest, was producer of the documentary World of Warcraft:Looking for Group. She is also a gaming editor. It will be a cosplay wedding, with all members of the wedding party and many of the guests dressed as characters from the popilar videogame. Jamie Curtis, who is not only hosting the wedding in her backyard, but planning to officiate, will be dressed as Admiral Jaina Proudmoore. The mother of the bride dress ia being custom-made by a seamstress in Russia—which may delay the delivery of the dress, in light of the current invasion of Ukraine by Russia.
Three years ago, Curtis’ other daughter Annie (Mrs. Jason Wolf) was also married in the family’s backyard. Curtis is delighted and excited that both of her daughters will be married from home.
“Everybody at the wedding is going to be in costume and I will be in a costume to officiate the wedding,” Curtis told host Jimmy Kimmel. The bride’s father is actor/musician Christopher Guest (Ivan the Terrible in Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian) 2009, (Nigel Tufnel, This is Spinal Tap), 1984.
Curtis is especially excited that Ruby will be getting married in her family home’s backyard, just like her older daughter Annie did three years ago.
Susan Macdonald is the author of the children’s book “R is for Renaissance Faire”, as well as short stories in “Alternative Truths”, “Swords and Sorceress #30”, “Supernatural Colorado”, “Barbarian Crowns”, “Cat Tails””Under Western Stars”, and “Knee-High Drummond and the Durango Kid”. Her articles have appeared on SCIFI.radio’s web site, in The Inquisitr, and in The Millington Star. She enjoys Renaissance Faires (see book above), science fiction conventions, Highland Games, and Native American pow-wows.