The "True Lies" star is worried Thanksgiving Day viewers might reveal the film's twists and turns and ruin the experience for others, accusing them of being on a "weird power trip".
"There's also something very aggressive, I find, for people who spoil things for people," Curtis tells Entertainment Weekly. In fact, it diminishes you greatly if you really think about it, because it makes you very small to ruin the delicious surprise."
She adds, "To ruin it so you somehow look like a smart person? I don't even know what value ruining a surprise is. It's like going up to somebody (and) going, 'Oh, you're going to have a surprise party'. Well, f*** you. Thank you so much for ruining what should be a pleasure, and it is a pleasure, so don't ruin it."
Curtis, who stars in the crime caper opposite Ana de Armas, Daniel Craig, Don Johnson, Toni Collette, and Michael Shannon, is cautioning anyone looking to reveal key plot points in the whodunnit: "I shall come for you," she says.