Ruby Rose shares terrifying encounter after seeing Halloween Ends

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Ruby Rose’s terrifying encounter in a seemingly empty car park as she loses her friend after a horror film screening: ‘Is something behind me?’

Ruby Rose had a frightening experience after seeing the horror film Halloween Ends in Los Angeles this week.

After making her way into the seemingly empty car park of the theatre, the actress became alarmed when she realised that her friend wasn’t with her.

‘I’ve lost my friend and I don’t know where my car is and it seems that everybody else has left,’ the 36-year-old said.

Australian actress and DJ Ruby Rose had a frightening experience after seeing Halloween Ends in Los Angeles this week

Australian actress and DJ Ruby Rose had a frightening experience after seeing Halloween Ends in Los Angeles this week

‘Is there something behind me?’ she asked nervously. 

Much to Ruby’s relief, her friend arrived shortly after and everything was okay.

Earlier that night, Ruby posted about her adoration for the film and praised leading lady Jamie Lee Curtis. 

'I've lost my friend and I don't know where my car is and it seems that everybody else has left,' the 36-year-old said

‘I’ve lost my friend and I don’t know where my car is and it seems that everybody else has left,’ the 36-year-old said

‘Thank you for the decades-long commitment to Laurie and Halloween,’ she gushed.

‘You have inspired millions of people around the world (relentlessly) in the process,’ she continued.

‘However, you do this everywhere in your life. Thank you for the passion and courage you have brought to our many screens, for many Halloweens.

‘You’re the original Final Girl. I am proud as punch to call you my friend.’

Earlier that night, Ruby posted about her adoration for the film and praised leading lady Jamie Lee Curtis

Earlier that night, Ruby posted about her adoration for the film and praised leading lady Jamie Lee Curtis

Ruby added: ‘And she looked SPECTACULAR doing it, every single step of the 45-year franchise!’

Halloween Ends will be released in theatres on Friday by Universal Pictures and also will be available for streaming simultaneously on paid tiers of Peacock for 60 days.

Curtis recently vowed it will be the last time she ever plays Laurie Strode, following the 2018 Halloween requel and its sequel Halloween Kills.

Ruby posed in some Halloween merchandise on Instagram before seeing the film

Ruby posed in some Halloween merchandise on Instagram before seeing the film 

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