As we’ve already told you, season two of “American Horror Story” takes place in an asylum, and Entertainment Weekly’s newly posted exclusive pics confirm that I am probably going to need to watch while wearing an adult diaper. Scary nun! Check out a few more pics here.
Casting news can get so tedious, especially when you couldn’t give a crap about the latest “Breaking Hunger Potter Twilight Games” franchise. But a casting update I can get behind is season two of “American Horror Story,” which will be set in an all-new setting and feature an almost all-new cast. Creator Ryan Murphy dished to The Hollywood Reporter that season two will be “fun, sexy and baroque” and set on an East Coast mental institution for the criminally insane. So who can we expect to see onscreen? Keep reading »
In the latest issue of Elle, “Glee” and “American Horror Story” creator Ryan Murphy cast the stars of his series’ as characters from his favorite thrillers. Connie Britton, Kate Mara and others jump off the page in classic scenes from “The Birds,” “Carrie” and others. Here, “Glee”‘s Diana Agron does her best Raquel Welch in a scene from “Attack of the 50 Foot Woman.” Click through for more classic horror scenes done in current couture.
Yesterday evening, The Frisky offices were rocked by news from “American Horror Story” creator Ryan Murphy, who announced that the next season of the show would follow a completely new cast of characters at a completely different location. No more murder house! No more Connie Britton? No more Dylan McDermott’s abs? Well, not necessarily.
Murphy said that he’d love to bring Britton, McDermott and Jessica Lange back next season, but as completely new characters. And it won’t be in a typical one-family home — or in Los Angeles — but instead, likely in an apartment building or compound. We can’t wait to see if Murphy and team can pull this off — and to see if the gimp suit makes a return appearance. [NY Mag]
“[The gimp suit] is really uncomfortable in the — I don’t know how else to say it — crotch area. It’s tight; it’s tight everywhere. It’s all latex, so it’s very thin, almost like you’re walking around naked, and it’s chilly. You gotta lube up for it and slip it on. … [After filming] I just basically peel the suit off and hang it up and put on my normal clothes and go home and take a shower. I don’t know if you’ve ever put on lube before, but it’s not like there’s a layer of Vaseline on you; it’s just almost like your skin is super smooth and slick; it feels kind of gross, but at the same time, you feel really well moisturized. You’re not like, “Ew, get it off of me.” You’re more like, “This is kind of gross. I want to get this off as soon as possible. But maybe I can stop and get a sandwich first.”
— Evan Peters plays the lovesick serial killer rapist ghost Tate Langdon on “American Horror Story,” where he clocks in a lot of time in a latex gimp suit. Good to know it’s as uncomfortable as it looks. But at least he knows his way around a bottle of lubricant, ladies! [NYMag.com] Keep reading »
Let the award season begin! This morning, the nominees for the 2012 Golden Globe Awards were announced in Hollywood. I can’t contain my excitement: Ryan Gosling got nominated for two — yes, two — awards, for “Crazy Stupid Love” and “The Ides of March”! (Bradley Cooper was nominated for zero.) He is up against Joseph Gordon-Levitt (“50/50″) in the Best Actor Drama category, so if Julie and I are snippy with each other till the end of the month, you know why. I was also thrilled to see Tilda Swinton (“We Need To Talk About Kevin”) and Charlize Theron (“Young Adult”) get nominated in the Best Actress Drama category; Kristen Wiig got a nod for “Bridesmaids” while Melissa McCarthy was curiously overlooked; and “American Horror Story” and “Game of Thrones” got their due. I was bummed to see Kirsten Dunst (“Melancholia”), Ezra Miller (“We Need To Talk About Kevin”), Patton Oswalt (“Young Adult”), and Elizabeth Olsen (“Martha Marcy May Marlene”) overlooked, but what can ya do? Check out the full list of nominees, after the jump. Who are you rooting for? Keep reading »