In an interview with AARP The Magazine, Curtis revealed that she dislikes the pressure being placed upon aging actresses to retain their youthful appearance in order to stay in the film business.
"Everyone is saying that to get jobs you have to dye your hair and get injectables," Curtis claimed. "It's a conspiracy, a complete catastrophe, a surgical industrial complex."
Curtis continued by insisting that she would never resort to undergoing cosmetic surgery because of her job.
"I'm blessed with good health and have more energy than a 14-year-old," she continued. "But I'm just now starting to feel my age."
She also suggested that she may quit acting altogether in a few years for fear of being passed over for acting roles.
"I’m getting my ass out of this business in a few years because genetically it’s not going to work for me," Curtis added.
“There are people who, when you see them on the screen, there’s an audible gasp of, ‘Oh my God. They look terrible’. Or they’ve done something to themselves and now look like freaks. There is only one Meryl Streep and one Sigourney Weaver. But I could name 30 other actresses in their [age] groups who aren’t working today.”