Warning: This article may contain spoilers for American Horror Story. Aside from Jessica Lange, Taissa Farmiga may very well be one of the most beloved actors to ever have starred in Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story and she has definitely been missed since her season 3 appearance as Zoe Benson. Show More Summary
Kathy Bates' loyalty to the Ryan Murphyverse continues unabated. According to TVLine, Bates is the latest Murphy troupe member to join Feud, Murphy's upcoming anthology show about famous beef. The first season has Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon set as Joan Crawford and Bette Davis, respectively, and centers around their ... More »
The best episodes of American Horror Story leave me with a handful of questions: What is going to happen next? How did I not see that coming? Who knew that Jessica Lange can sing? However, the worst episodes also leave me with questions: How do they expect us to believe ... More »
“Tesseracts of Time,” “Fall,” “Cry,” “Marguerite and Armand” Jessica Lang Dance, Royal Ballet Flanders, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, The Sarasota Ballet Fall For Dance Festival: Program 4 New York City Center New York, NY October...Show More Summary
Fans have yet to see Evan Peters on this season of "American Horror Story," but Jessica Lange has seen enough of him to last a lifetime.
"Apparently my balls were in her face the whole shot."
Lots of weird things happen on American Horror Story every season, but sometimes the most horrifying things go unseen by viewers. But not by Jessica Lange in this case.
Evan Peters is one of our favorite parts of American Horror Story. The young star has been a breath of fresh air in varied roles throughout the series, coming off like an old pro character actor. Only, he's obviously still a greenhorn when it comes to certain aspects of the entertainment industry — like cck socks apparently! Photos: [...]
Evan Peters hasn't popped up on season six of American Horror Story yet (seriously, his character better be revealed soon), but he did stop by Conan on Tuesday night. The sexy actor, who is reportedly back together with Emma Roberts,...Show More Summary
Did anyone think “American Horror Story” was done? Ha! FX CEO John Landgraf announced Tuesday that its Emmy-winning horror anthology series has been renewed for a yet-untitled seventh season. Meaning the time to start putting good vibes...Show More Summary
One of life’s great joys is seeing which seasoned actresses Hollywood will pair together. This year, we get Jessica Lange and Shirley MacLaine, who just so happened to win their first Oscars in consecutive years (Lange for 1982’s “Tootsie”...Show More Summary
Jessica Lange sports a dark, curly wig and some elegant apparel while shooting new scenes for her upcoming miniseries Feud on Thursday (September 15) in Hollywood. The 67-year-old actress also rocked a bandana and sunglasses for a more casual look. Feud is based on the famous rivalry between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford that started [...]
GIF OF THE DAY. The backdrop set up for Donald Trump’s speech about President Obama’s citizenship collapses moments after Trump exits. "I would build a great wall, and nobody builds walls better than me" pic.twitter.com/A537dShc… Read The post Gay Couples, Jessica Lange, Marc Jacobs, Rent Boy, Presidential Debates, Michelle Rodriguez: HOT LINKS appeared first on Towleroad.
Fresh of her (rightly) Emmy-nominated turn as Marcia Clark in American Crime Story, Sarah Paulson is set to master a whole new series of quivering lip movements as eight-time Oscar nominee Geraldine Page. (Page finally won an Oscar in...Show More Summary
Ryan Murphy made lovers of camp everywhere scream in their most glass-shattering falsetto when he announced Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange would be starring as Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in the upcoming anthology series Feud. Three months later, he’s announced a new addition to the cast: Catherine Zeta-Jones. Read more...
Ryan Murphy's Feud, you know the new series starring Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon, just got a little more star-powered (who knew that was possible?) thanks to Catherine Zeta-Jones. Murphy...
Ryan Murphy must not be a big fan of sleep with the rate at which he pumps out series. The writer and executive producer of hits such as “Nip/Tuck,” “Glee,” and “American Horror Story” isn’t content with only one show, or two if you count the seasonal “American Crime Story” series, running on FX. Show More Summary
This article originally appeared in Vulture. From Matthew McConaughey to Rachel McAdams, John Travolta to Jessica Lange, Terrence Howard to Taraji P. Henson, acclaimed actors who travel to television from the big screen tend to bring a lot of attendant hoopla with them—provided their shows air in prime-time, apparently. Show More Summary
The new Jessica Lang piece that ABT will premiere on October 21st utilizes seven women and three men and carries the theme of women hitting the proverbial ceiling which stops them from growing. Set to Fanny Mendelssohn's The Year with...