Part of the problem with American Crime this season for me has been how expansive and disjointed the world has been. I know that that doesn’t bother everyone, but it has made it harder for me to get really invested in the stories at times. Show More Summary
"Feud: Bette and Joan" is the first installment of Ryan Murphy's new anthology series, in the vein of "American Horror Story" and "American Crime Story." Each season of "Feud" will follow a famous feud throughout history. This firstShow More Summary
Edgar Ramirez‘s face is all bloodied and beat up while filming a scene for the upcoming season of Versace: American Crime Story on Friday (April 21) in Los Angeles. The 40-year-old actor is playing the role of Gianni Versace, who was killed in July 1997 on the steps of his Miami Beach home by a [...]
The true-crime genre is making a comeback, as evidenced by the overwhelming critical reception and popularity of shows such as The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story and Netflix's Making a Murderer. This wave is making its way toward the film industry, so if you're a fan of true-crime films, you're in luck. Show More Summary
Aaron Hernandez has been the central figure of the story since his reported suicide Wednesday morning, but there are others to consider in this American tragedy. Such as the families affected by the crimes Hernandez was accused of, and in the case of Odin Lloyd, the murder victim for whom Hernandez was found guilty of killing. Show More Summary
American Crime has taken a really weird turn in Season 3. I have felt for a while that the season was disjointed and kind of all over the map, but “Episode Six” feels especially random. Let’s stay with poor Shay. Didn’t really see that one coming. Show More Summary
After her Emmy Award-winning success on ABC’s “American Crime,” Regina King is now focused on highlighting the Atlanta child murders for FX’s upcoming series “No Place Safe.” The developing drama series, based on Kim Reid’s 2007 memoir...Show More Summary
Sterling K. Brown is a busy man. When he’s not winning Emmys for his incredible work on American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson or making it clear that he wouldn’t say no to playing Green Lantern in the DC Extended Universe,...Show More Summary
On April 10, 1834, a fire in the massive LaLaurie Mansion brought to light just how darkly savage the Mistress had been, as it exposed an attic torture chamber in which seven slaves were bound up and clad in spiked iron collars while...Show More Summary
He will play the fashion designer's boyfriend, Antonio D'Amico.
Ricky Martin has just been cast in the third season of Ryan Murphy’s “American Horror Story” anthology series, which will focus on the assassination of fashion designer Gianni Versace. Martin will play Antonio D’Amico, Versace’s longtime partner, according to Cinema Blend. Show More Summary
The next American Crime Story focuses on the murder of Gianni Versace by Andrew Cunanan, and Ricky Martin will be joining Édgar Ramirez, Penélope Cruz and Darren Criss in the cast, according to Deadline: The 10-episode Versace examines...Show More Summary
The Versace: American Crime Story cast just got a big dose of WTF. Ricky Martin has signed on to star in the third season of Ryan Murphy's FX anthology. Martin, who is best known for shaking his bon bon while livin' la vida loca, will...Show More Summary
He joins a cast that includes Édgar Rarmirez, Penélope Cruz and Darren Criss The post Ricky Martin Joins Versace: American Crime Story appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Ricky Martin is venturing into the acting world again! The 45-year-old Latin singer is set to play a major role in FX’s third season of American Crime Story, according to Deadline. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Ricky Martin He will play Antonio D’Amico, the longtime partner of fashion designer Gianni Versace, in the [...]
Ryan’s Murphied once again. If you thought a story about murder and fashion couldn’t possibly sound more on-brand for the man with the campiest — but, interestingly, at least in the first season of American Crime Story, also nuanced and perspicacious — monopoly over your screens, the upcoming Gianni Versace murder-based season of ACS just added Ricky Martin […]
La vida is about to get even more loca in the Murphyverse. It was announced today that Ricky Martin will join Versace: American Crime Story as Antonio D’Amico, the longtime partner of Gianni Versace, whom Versace was dating at the time of his murder in 1997. Martin will play opposite ... More »
As if Penélope Cruz weren’t enough of a draw.
Indulging in his penchant for transforming pop icons into members of his ever-growing menagerie of stars, American Crime Story mastermind Ryan Murphy has announced that he’s casting Ricky Martin in one of the anthology series’ upcoming seasons. Show More Summary