Considering its debut a week away, American Horror Story: Hotel hasn’t exactly had an open-door policy with actual footage. Now, however, last night’s Scream Queens scared up a taste of AHS’ fifth season, and you can all now sleep in fear of New Girl’s Max Greenfield lurking under your bed.
Sure, American Horror Story: Hotel can serve up spooky teasers all the live-long day, but when it comes to footage, FX is finally allowing fans to check in. Ring the bell for your official first look at Season 5, and preview what Sarah Paulson calls the bloodiest, hottest season yet.
The usual round of creeptastic American Horror Story teases had Hotel looking a bit familiar, but does the full cast trailer open new doors on the “reinventions” FX promised us? Gander at Gaga, Bomer, Sarah Paulson and all the rest with our freakiest, showiest look yet at American Horror Story: Hotel.
The fifth iteration of FX’s American Horror Story hasn’t yet filmed enough Hotel footage for a proper trailer, but Ryan Murphy and the expansive cast took to TCA with plenty of new details on the fall premiere. Not only do we know what each character will be, we’ve also learned that past Horror Story characters will check in over time. Plus, free poster!
American Horror Story may lose more than a few regular stars in Season 5, but the Hotel won’t lack for familiar faces. Following Matt Bomer’s check-in, fellow Freak Show guest star Wes Bentley has officially signed on as a Season 5 regular of FX’s American Horror Story.
We're a little more than a month away before Christopher Nolan's sci-fi film, 'Interstellar,' hits theaters, and it's still somewhat of a mystery. The director of 'Inception' sure has the whole "keeping cards close to the vest" thing down pat. With a few trailers and posters now in the airwaves, however, a batch of new 'Interstellar' photos debuted to give us a bit more insight into what is surely one of the most highly anticipated movies of the year.
'American Horror Story,' meet 'American Beauty.' Where yesterday we learned that FX's Ryan Murphy horror serial would make its first Comic-Con appearance in the coming week, season 4's 'Freak Show' setting has added a dash of new blood in 'The Hunger Games' actor Wes Bentley, but who might he end up tormenting among the cast?
Up until now we've heard relatively little of 'Glee' and 'American Horror Story' creator Ryan Murphy's buzzworthy new sexuality drama 'Open' beyond its pilot commitment at HBO. That all changes now that 'American Beauty' and 'The Hunger Games' star Wes Bentley has joined in a leading role, and with his casting comes the first major details of the series.