Though she's still one of the biggest movies stars out there, for an actress like Julia Roberts, turning to television is one of the best ways to get leading roles. So it's no surprise she's leading Ryan Murphy's 'Normal Heart' adaptation for HBO. And she'll be joined by Avenger Mark Ruffalo and Matt Bomer.
For those watching last night's 'American Horror Story: Asylum' return "The Name Game," the show brought it's usual level of insanity between aliens, exorcisms and even an impromptu dance number, but fans might not have realized that the hour also contained a hidden clue toward 'American Horror Story' season 3! What does series creator Ryan Murphy have to say about the reveal, and how the current season will wrap up in the next few episodes?
For as increasingly batsh*t insane as 'American Horror Story: Asylum' has become in only two episodes, we're deathly afraid to think what kind of new horrors await us toward the end of the season. Yet even with that fear in place, we're dying to see more of Dylan McDermott, whose appearance in the FX horror thriller's second season was saved to be revealed only one week ago for the show's premiere. So when will McDermott appear on 'American Horror Story: Asylum,' and what kind of new role might he have?
Before the first season of 'American Horror Story' hit the air, Ryan Murphy fans questioned whether he'd have enough time to manage it alongside FOX's 'Glee.' When 'The New Normal' went to series at NBC, people questioned whether he'd have time fore it, 'Glee,' and 'American Horror Story.' Now, Murphy's time will become even more precious as he develops a new hourlong drama with FOX, and yet another NBC comedy! But, do the new projects sound any good?
Welcome back to the Weekly Dose of Ridiculous, in which you join us in shaking our heads disapprovingly at the most absurd news stories of the week, collected in one post for your convenience. This week we're dealing with a remake of 'Videodrome,' Todd Phillips replacing Martin Scorsese, and an over-abundance of 'American Horror Story' promos.
Good news, everyone! We no longer have to worry about the endless list of season 2 guest stars gumming up the works of 'American Horror Story,' because that isn't even the show's title anymore! Indeed, series creator Ryan Murphy has decided to re-title the horror series for its second outing but is it still an 'American Horror Story?' You'll never guess the new title, and what the bosses are saying about it!
Move over, 'Mad Men.' Ryan Murphy is about to horn in on the swingin' '60s, bringing a little fear into the mix with the second season of 'American Horror Story' on FX! But apart from a few measly details about the second season's setting, what does the 'Glee' show-runner have to say about what we can expect from the cast this time around?
The prospect of 'American Horror Story's second season continues proving rather unique in this day and age. We never had to spend the time in between seasons of 'LOST' wondering what character an actress might play, or what new locale would play host to the cast. So when Ryan Murphy opens up about where the next season is headed, every clue is as vital as the last.
As different as the second season of FX and Ryan Murphy's 'American Horror Story' is shaping up to be, it's good to know that at least a few familiar faces will grace our screens when the epic scare-fest returns.
Following the two earlier announcements that 'American Horror Story' season 2 would focus on a returning Jessica Lange's brand-new character, and that former guest -star Zachary Quinto would also count himself among the lead roles, Friday's 'American Horror Story' Paleyfest panel finally revealed the long-teased identities of the three other faces who would return. Joining Lange and Quinto, Evan Peters (Tate Langdon), Sarah Paulson (Constance's medium Billie Dean) and Lily Rabe (Norah Charles) will all return for new roles!