Jamie Lee Curtis took to social media Tuesday to announce that her final film in the "Halloween" franchise, "Halloween Ends," will debut on streaming platforms and in theaters on Oct. 14.

In an Instagram post, Curtis, who has played franchise protagonist Laurie Strode in seven "Halloween" films, was shown stalking through a creepy forest in black and white, before colors returned to the screen.

The actress addressed fans, saying she's "very proud" of the "fitting conclusion" to the "Halloween" saga.

"Now last year, when we put out 'Halloween Kills,' we were in the thick of the COVID crisis, so we made that movie available in theaters and in homes at the same time," she explained, saying they got "great results" from both releases.

"This year, we want to make sure that as many people as possible get to see 'Halloween Ends' before Halloween, so we decided to give that same gift to the fans again," she continued. "So starting on Oct. 14, you can go to the theater to see Laurie and Michael confront each other for the last time, or you can watch it at home on Peacock."

"It has been the honor of my life to play Laurie Strode," she added, "and no matter how you watch that final chapter, I hope you'll get people together and scream and cheer and hold your breath til the end."

The actress said that the film was created for the fans and thanked them for the "years of support and how much you care about this story, and me, your 'final girl.'"

"So I'll see you soon, stay safe and happy Halloween everyone," she concluded before walking out of frame -- revealing Michael Myers was hiding behind a tree the whole time.