Hoooomygosh. I knew Jessica Lange was a badass bitch, but this video says it all.
While attending the red carpet premiere for “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” Lea Michele was hamming it up for the paps, posing all seductively on the red carpet when the GREATEST THING IN THE WORLD happened: Ryan Murphy’s other superstar, Jessica Lange, showed up in the photo line next to Lea. When the “Glee” star saw Jessica heading her way, she stopped to say hello to Jessica, who proceeded to walk right past her without blinking an eye, as if she couldn’t even fathom breathing the same air as such a lowly peon. After being completely burned in front of tons of photographers and videographers, Lea continued to smile and pose, but at the 1:05 mark, you can see her soul start to slowly die.
Long live Queen Lange.
Showrunner Ryan Murphy tweeted a creepy photo from the set of “American Horror Story: Freak Show” — the two-headed woman Dot and Bette, played by Sarah Paulson. (Here’s a tweet from Paulson herself showing the front side of Bette and Dot.) ”Freak Show,” which will be set in 1950s Florida with Jessica Lange, Evan Peters, and other regulars from the cast, is filming now and debuts in October. Can’t wait! [Twitter.com/MrRPMurphy]
“American Horror Story: Asylum” creator Ryan Murphy talked to Entertainment Weekly about Wednesday night’s episode in which there was a cuh-raz-y exorcism and dropped a (fun!) casting spoiler for later in the season. I’m gonna put this quotable after the jump, just in case y’all haven’t watched it yet! 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]