Jamie Lee Curtis may not be involved with the Warcraft franchise in a working capacity, but that hasn't stopped the star from surprising fans with her impressive cosplay skills.
Just last year, Curtis dressed as Vega to attend EVO, secretly walking among the fans and now, the Halloween star is at it again, stunning audiences at the red carpet premiere of Warcraft with her Orc Shaman ensemble.
Curtis is an outspoken video game fan, so it's unsurprising that she would want to attend the premiere alongside her son, Thomas Guest, despite the film's bad reviews.
However, while posing in her green makeup and fetching horns, the Warcraft super fan was surprised with a political question regarding Hilary Clinton's chances in the Californian Primaries on June 7. Drawing upon her newly-found shamanic powers, Curtis predicted that:
"You know what? I don't know what tomorrow's going to do. I know she's going to be the nominee for the President of the United States and from then I think she will go on to be the President of the United States."
You heard it here first, people. From an Orc Shaman no less.
Curtis then moved the focus of the interview back to the topic at hand, before going on to make a second prediction about the Warcraft film itself:
"We're at the 'Warcraft' premiere so the truth of the matter is I don't know what's going to happen tomorrow, but I know this movie is going to rock and I'm looking forward to it."
While we don't know yet whether Curtis enjoyed Warcraft as much as she hoped, the popular video game adaptation already looks set to break records in China, whose market may soon overtake Hollywood if the predictions are to be believed.
Speaking of predictions, there's still a chance that Curtis could be right about who will become the next US President, even if she didn't end up enjoying the film. Watch this space, people. The Orcs have spoken.
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