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The Nathan James hasn’t necessarily been decommissioned just yet.
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TNT tells TVLine that contrary to what The Last Ship cast member Travis Van Winkle, who plays Danny Green, announced (and later deleted) via Instagram earlier this week, the action-drama is not necessarily heading into dry dock after next summer’s Season 5.
“We shot two seasons simultaneously; the fourth is currently on the air and the fifth will return next summer,” reads the network’s statement. “We greenlit the fifth with the idea that it could be the final season, however »
THR is reporting that Spencer Treat Clark and Charlayne Woodard have signed on to reprise their Unbreakable roles in Glass, M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming sequel to the 2000 superhero thriller and last year’s Split.
Clark plays Joseph Dunn, the son of Bruce Willis’ David Dunn, while Woodard portrays Mrs. Price, the mother of Samuel L. Jackson’s Elijah Price, a.k.a. Mr. Glass. Split stars James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy are also reprising their roles as Kevin Wendell Crumb/The Beast and Casey Cooke respectively, and Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story) is set for an as-yet-unrevealed role.
Glass is set for release on January 19th 2019, and finds Willis’ Dunn pursuing Crumb’s superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Price emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men. »
- Gary Collinson
Simon Brew Sep 22, 2017
M Night Shyamalan is about to start filming work on Glass, which will be a follow-up of sorts to his 2000 hit, Unbreakable. The movie already has a cast that sees Bruce Willis reprising the role of David Dunn, whilst Samuel L Jackson is back as well. Furthermore, James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy are also in the ensemble this time.
The last fresh casting news we had on the movie was a week or two back, when we learned that Sarah Paulson was being added to the film. Now, though, we also hear that Spencer Treat Clark and Charlayne Woodard, both of whom featured in Unbreakable, will be returning for the new movie too.
Production begins imminently on the film, which has a release date of January 2019. We’ll keep you posted as we hear more… »
We have known for quite some time that M. Night Shyamalan's Split 2, which is currently going under the title Glass, will bring back Unbreakable stars Bruce Willis as David Dunn and Samuel L. Jackson as Elijah Price. Today we have word that two more Unbreakable stars will return. Spencer Treat Clark and Charlayne Woodard will reprise their roles as David Dunn's son Joseph and Elijah's mother, who will both join Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, Split stars James McAvoy as Kevin Wendell Crumb and Anya Taylor-Joy as Casey Cooke, and Sarah Paulson in an unspecified role. This may be the first of many casting announcements, since production is expected to begin quite soon.
The Hollywood Reporter broke the news today, although it isn't clear if any other characters from Unbreakable are being brought back as well. The original movie also starred Robin Wright as Audrey Dunn, David's estranged wife and Joseph's mother, »
If I was to write that American Horror Story: Cult is a brave show to air on television, I’m sure many would say “no, it just sucks.” The thing is with this year’s choice of subject, which has a focus more on the psychological, it is going to divide viewers. This is a year that is definitely trying to mess with anybody who chooses to watch it. The question is going to be, is the risk worth it?
After the shooting, last week Ally (Sarah Paulson) finds herself exonerated from any blame for her actions. This doesn’t make everybody happy though as Ally and Ivy (Alison Pill) find out when they find protests outside their restaurant. With Kai (Evan Peters) showing support for Ally though, just what is he up to?
This week’s episode managed to at first confuse me as to what it was trying to achieve, »
- Paul Metcalf
If you have ever watched The Ellen DeGeneres show, you know that she likes to scare people. This is especially true when the person in question has a known reputation for getting scared easily or they are well known for starring in a lot of horror films or the like. Such is the case with Sarah Paulson, who recently came on the show to promote the new season of her show, American Horror Story. Don’t be fooled into thinking that just because Paulson stars on a show that is well known for being rather scary that she doesn’t get scared
- Nat Berman
While Scream Queens may be over, fans of the horror comedy series can still watch two of the Chanels, Billie Lourd and Emma Roberts, on American Horror Story: Cult, and before the next episode airs on FX next Tuesday, you can see both actresses in a new preview video that warns that "to live is to suffer."
"Embrace the fear. See what’s coming next to American Horror Story: Cult.
American Horror Story is an anthology horror drama series created and produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. The Emmy® and Golden Globe® winning franchise is produced by Twentieth Century Fox Television."
New episodes of American Horror Story: Cult air on Tuesdays at 10:00pm Et on FX. The latest season of the anthology series stars Sarah Paulson, Alison Pill, Evan Peters, Billy Eichner, Billie Lourd, Cheyenne Jackson, Colton Hayes, Lena Dunham, Adina Porter, Frances Conroy, Leslie Grossman, and Emma Roberts. »
- Derek Anderson
Vulture Watch How long will terror reign? Has the American Horror Story TV show been cancelled or renewed for an eighth season on FX? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of American Horror Story season eight. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? Airing on the FX cable channel, American Horror Story, season seven, stars Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Alison Pill, Adina Porter, Billie Lourd, and Cheyenne Jackson. Season seven of this anthology horror drama follows the events of the 2016 Us presidential election. A cult is terrorizing a Michigan suburb. Read More… »
We're only two episodes in and American Horror Story: Cult already has our hearts racing. It didn't take long for us to declare Kai Anderson (Evan Peters) scary as f*ck, but he's kind of obvious as the big villain, right? We're taking a stab at who we think he's secretly working with, and episode two might've given us our first clue. We had our suspicions about Ivy (Alison Pill) from the second she tried to assuage Ally's (Sarah Paulson) agonizing fear of clowns and her comments about not being able to deal with it (uhh, so much for "for better or worse"), but her choice of snack could be a sign about her relationship with Kai. Related34 Things About This Week's American Horror Story: Cult That Had Us Hyperventilating The second episode begins with Ally finding a clown in her bed and screaming for her wife, but when the cameras cut to Ivy, »
- Perri Konecky
Since American Horror Story: Cult premiered a few weeks ago, we've been theorizing who could be part of the cult. While some of the bad guys are obvious, there are others who are trying to appear innocent, and we're officially onto them. We suspected that Ivy (Allison Pill) was in on the cult from the start, and we absolutely already knew Sonja from the Real Housewives of New York has a drinking problem (thank you for settling that, Meadow), but the second "Neighbors From Hell" began, we knew that Dr. Rudy Vincent (Cheyenne Jackson) had to be clowning around. The real question is, just how involved in the cult is he? Episode three opens with a therapy session between a couple and Dr. Vincent. The couple is celebrating that the wife, Rosie (Laura Allen), has conquered her crippling feretrophobia (fear of caskets). After the session, her fear is immediately ignited »
- Perri Konecky
[Warning: The following contains spoilers from American Horror Story: Cult's latest episode. Read at your own risk!]
Going into this week's episode, we already knew
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- Sadie Gennis
The 37-year-old actress is one of many stars to appear in a scene in the movie set at New York City's Met Gala, and shared during an interview with Entertainment Weekly Radio that she was not compensated for her time or reimbursed for the money she shelled out for hair, makeup and wardrobe to accurately portray the part of a celebrity attending the formal event.
“It actually cost me money to be part of Ocean’s Eight," Munn claimed. “They’re like, 'Do your own glam.' I got the dress -- and all that -- and then you submit the bills for it because I’m part of your movie. Then they’re [the producers] like, ‘Oh no, the bills come right back to you.’”
Sterling K. Brown can’t stop smiling.
It’s the morning after his momentous win at the Emmy Awards, and Brown is still grinning from ear to ear. Even on just a few hours sleep, it would be hard to extinguish that famous blinding white beam, what with back-to-back trophies to his name. After winning last year for his work as Christopher Darden in “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” on Sunday night he took home the prize for best actor in a drama for “This Is Us,” as the anxiety-ridden but oh-so-lovable Randall Pearson on the NBC-20th Century Fox production.
It’s been nearly two decades since a black actor claimed the prize — a profound fact that was not lost on Brown. Andre Braugher, who starred in NBC’s “Homicide,” was one of the first people he thanked in his acceptance speech. “It is my supreme honor to follow in your footsteps,” he »
- Debra Birnbaum
Ron Hogan Sep 20, 2017
American Horror Story has dialled down the supernatural but stayed as horrifying and unpredictable as ever. Spoilers...
This review contains spoilers.
There's a rope around the neck of Ally Mayfair-Richards (Sarah Paulson), and it seems that at every turn, rather than try to extract herself from the gallows, she only manages to tighten the noose a little tighter with every episode of struggling. Her business was failing and her marriage was a wreck before she shoots an innocent man in a case of mistaken identity, but after that, things only seem to be getting worse.
Cult is operating in a world not unlike our own, just heightened to a ridiculous degree. After shooting Pedro in a case of mistaken identity, the gun-fearing liberal Ally »
You would think that American Horror Story veteran Sarah Paulson is used to getting scared by now, but she still lets out that infamous blood-curdling scream when caught off guard. The actress stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday to chat about the new season of the hit show, but the host, as always, had a few more tricks up her sleeve. After scaring Sarah by hiding in the closet in her dressing room, Ellen had a man creep up behind her during their interview. But the best part came when a creepy clown, which is a major theme in this season's Cult, popped out of the coffee table. Sarah was so scared that she fell to the floor and grabbed Ellen's legs before hiding under the table. Same, Sarah. Same. »
- Caitlin Hacker
(Spoiler alert: Please don’t read on if you haven’t watched Tuesday’s episode of “American Horror Story: Cult.) Three episodes in, “American Horror Story: Cult” is continuing to confuse and frighten fans. But the thing that had people talking the most wasn’t another clown cult murder or the fact that everyone on the show is officially a suspect — it was a hilarious moment in which the Wiltons (Billy Eichner and Leslie Grossman) showed up at the house of Ally Mayfair-Richards (Sarah Paulson) wearing sombreros. Episode 2 ended with an intense moment. In the middle of a blackout and being terrorized by. »
- Phil Hornshaw
The isolation of Ally (Sarah Paulson) is in full swing. After she shot and killed her former employee Pedro at the end of the last episode, her neighbors and fellow liberals have turned against her, and by the end of “Neighbors From Hell,” she even loses the support of her wife, Ivy (Alison Pill). She still has one person on her side, though: Kai (Evan Peters), and it’s hard not to think that this is all part of his plan as he begins to earn her trust.
But before all of that happens, we meet a couple who’s seeing Dr. Rudy Vincent (Cheyenne Jackson). The woman had a fear of coffins going back to a childhood trauma, but, thanks in part to Dr. Rudy, she »
- Alex Stedman
So far, American Horror Story's seventh season, Cult, has given us plenty of meaty theories to sink our speculating claws into. From simple questions about who some Ryan Murphy favorites will be playing (Lily Rabe as Sharon Tate would be spot-on, no?) to why we shouldn't trust Ivy (Alison Pill), there's a lot to unpack. Now it's time to add another whopper of a theory to the pile: who is the leader of the titular cult? For a while now, we've assumed the people in charge of the pack of roving killer clowns are Kai Anderson (Evan Peters, playing the town's Donald Trump-worshiping psychopath), his sister Winter (Billie Lourd), and Ivy. But what if they're not the architects of the deranged unpleasantness Ally (Sarah Paulson) is experiencing after all? Reddit user StripperGirlDelilah (we're assuming that's their real name as well) recently posed a very interesting take on season seven's big bad. »
- Quinn Keaney
Olivia Munn has a glamorous cameo in the upcoming heist film “Ocean’s Eight” — but it cost her a pretty penny. The “X-Men: Apocalypse” actress appears in a scene set at the annual Met Gala in New York City, alongside stars Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Rihanna and Sarah Paulson. Munn went all-out for wardrobe, hair and makeup (as one would for the actual event, hosted by Anna Wintour and largely considered the biggest night in fashion), and was shocked to see the production send back invoices for the costs she incurred. Also Read: 'Ocean's 8' First Look: Sandra Bullock, Anne Hathaway, »
- Matt Donnelly
During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Paulson revealed that her character’s greatest horrors — such as clowns, bees and clusters of small holes — are based on the things that give her immense anxiety in real life.
For example, the Emmy winner will “flee” at the sight of a bee.
“I could be carrying a small child, and if a bee came around, that baby’s getting dropped,” she admitted. “I can’t manage my feeling about it. »
- Stephanie Petit
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