Jamie Lee Curtis turns Orc and talks Clinton at Warcraft movie premiere

Actress Jamie Lee Curtis staggered people attending the global premiere of Warcraft by turning up dressed as an 'Orc shaman' and talking about Hillary Clinton.

LOS ANGELES (REUTERS) - Actress Jamie Lee Curtis outshone the rest of the cast and crew at the premiere of the film adaptation of computer game Warcraft with her rather unusual outfit. 

The actress turned out with her skin painted green, a horned feathered cap and a long burgundy gown alongside her son Thomas Guest, who was dressed in a similar manner. 

When asked what she was dressed as, Curtis replied: "I'm a woman Orc shaman, so do the math." 

Curtis who is a staunch supporter of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, was also asked how she felt Clinton's chances were in California. 

She replied: "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, but 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."

The Californian primaries are on Tuesday (June 7).