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Keke will play Marty Maraschino.
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Mix one part totalitarian ruler with one part arrested manchild monster, and you have the main character of Fox’s Golan the Insatiable.
The new animated comedy (premiering this Sunday at 9:30/8:30c) takes a “really spoiled Beverly Hills brat who’s never been told no” type and turns him into “a dark overlord with superpowers,” star Rob Riggle (Modern Family), who voices the titular creature, describes in TVLine’s exclusive first look.
Golan gets thrown for a loop when he’s transported from his Conan the Barbarian »
"You know, I wrote a list of all the horrific things that happened to Jimmy and I thought I'd read them off real quick," says Evan Peters at the tail-end of our video chat (watch below) about the FX limited series "American Horror Story: Freak Show." He goes on to list about two dozen of the most gut-wrenching, emotional things that happened to his character Jimmy Darling, all of which took place over the course of only 13 episodes. -Break- "I have to say that it was an incredibly challenging season, but an incredibly rewarding season that we actually got all of that on film," Peters tells us. Evan Peters gets beaten up by Michael Chiklis on red carpet (Exclusive Video) This year, creator Ryan Murphy and FX have decided to campaign Peters in the Emmy race for Best Movie/Mini Actor, as opposed to the Supporting race where he'd previously contended. »
Many a filmmaker shows up at the Sundance Film Festival dreaming of becoming the next Martin Scorsese. But only Alfonso Gomez-Rejon can claim to have crashed on the legendary director’s sofa, retyped his script pages and learned at his side.
Unsurprisingly, the “Taxi Driver” auteur is everywhere in Gomez-Rejon’s Sundance grand jury prize-winner “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” which Fox Searchlight opens in limited release June 12. Greg Gaines, the movie’s cinephile protagonist, has a “Mean Streets” poster tacked to his bedroom wall, a first-edition copy of “Scorsese on Scorsese” on his desk, and a photo of the filmmaker’s longtime editor Thelma Schoonmaker as his computer screensaver.
And those are just some of the homages that crop up throughout the second feature by Gomez-Rejon, who learned some of his craft at Scorsese’s elbow, as the director’s production assistant on the Las Vegas shoot of “Casino” in 1995. Now, »
- Scott Foundas
[As in years past, this week, I'm going to be glancing, night-by-night, at how the primetime schedules have changed after the network announcements at upfronts. I'll be looking at how the various changes will impact the ratings races on each night, as well as my own DVRing habits. Readers can chime in on how their own DVRs will be impacted. And yes, this brief series assumes that anybody still watches TV on their TVs. I'm old-fashioned. I'm also probably gonna ignore that I have a fancy new six-tuner DVR that means that I really don't have to make choices anymore. This will assume that I make choices for my own sanity.] Tuesday Nights 8:00 p.m. ABC: "The Muppets"/"Fresh Off The Boat" CBS: "NCIS" The CW: "The Flash" Fox: "Grandfathered"/"The Grinder" NBC: "The Voice" 9:00 p.m. ABC: "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." CBS: "NCIS: New Orleans" The CW: "iZombie" Fox: "Scream Queens" NBC: "Heartbreaker" 10:00 p.m. ABC: "Quantico" CBS: "Limitless" NBC: "Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris"/"Chicago Fire" What's Changed: There were six half-hour comedies airing on Tuesday night at the start of last season and there are four half-hour comedies set to air on Tuesday nights this fall and there's no overlap between them. That's pretty remarkable if you think about it. Of last season's fall Tuesday comedies, "Mindy Project" has moved on to Hulu and "New Girl" is returning at midseason and the other four are dead. So it's no wonder that not only are networks doing new comedies on Tuesday, »
- Daniel Fienberg
Are you excited for Supergirl, Scream Queens, or The Muppets? Well, you’re not alone; the critics are as well. All three series, along with American Crime Story, Aquarius, Blindspot, Minority Report, and UnREAL, are honorees for most exciting new series at this year’s Critics’ Choice Television Awards. Interestingly, while most of the shows nominated, such as Supergirl and Scream Queens, won’t premiere until this fall, both Aquarius and UnREAL make their TV debuts on NBC and Lifetime, respectively, this week. American Crime Story does not yet have a premiere date, but it is expected to launch sometime this fall on FX (perhaps leading to back-to-back nights of Ryan Murphy, with Crime Story and Horror Story possibly airing on Tuesdays and Wednesdays). Check out the available synopses and trailers for each new show below: Aquarius It’s 1967 and the era of free love, drug experimentation and the Vietnam War is in full effect. »
- Chris King
Jessica Lange, Gabriel Byrne and John Gallagher Jr. are returning to Broadway to star in “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” by playwright Eugene O’Neill, Roundabout Theatre Company and American Horror Story’s Ryan Murphy announced on Tuesday. The performance will mark the fifth Broadway production in Roundabout’s 50th Anniversary season. “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” is about an ordinary summer’s day with extraordinary consequences: It’s the story of the Tyrone family attempting to unearth and conceal a lifetime of secrets. Also Read: Jessica Lange Talks Hollywood Ageism, Sexism: Industry Is Run With Male Point »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
As previously reported, the new "American Horror Story" season 5 is titled, "Hotel," and showrunner, Ryan Murphy, recently revealed on his official Twitter account that a new, mystery male will be checking in, but won't be checking out. So, that definitely doesn't sound too good for this character. He's going to be played by actor Max Greenfield (left). No other details were given about his character other than that grim check-in fact. Ryan tweeted: ""This October, Max Greenfield (like you've never seen him) is checking in to the hotel….but not checking out. #AHSHotel." The tweet also lets us know that season 5 will indeed begin in October 2015. We were pretty sure about that, already, but confirmation is always nice to have. As previously reported , a few main season 5 stars have already been revealed to be: Evan Peters, Matt Bomer, Sarah Paulson, Wes Bentley, Chloe Sevigny, Cheyenne Jackson, Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates and Lady Gaga. »
Jessica Lange will return to Broadway for the first time in over a decade next spring, with the Eugene O'Neill classic Long Day's Journey Into Night. Lange reprises the role of the morphine-addled matriarch Mary Tyrone, a character she played in London's West End back in 2000, for which she received an Olivier nomination. She'll co-star alongside In Treatment's Gabriel Byrne, who plays the patriarch of the family, James Tyrone, and John Gallagher Jr., as their son Edmund. But if you thought that this would be a Ryan Murphy–free universe, you would be mistaken! The New York Times reports that Murphy holds the stage rights to the play and approached Todd Haimes, the director of the Roundabout Theater Company, about producing the play with Lange, who is maybe playing Elsa Mars playing Mary Tyrone. After all, everything is connected. »
- E. Alex Jung
Schmidt is taking some time away from the loft and checking into a Hotel. Max Greenfield is the latest big name actor to join American Horror Story: Hotel. American Horror Story co-creator Ryan Murphy announced that Greenfield will be a part of the FX series’ upcoming fifth season on Twitter yesterday. “This October, Max Greenfield (like you’ve never seen him) is checking in to the hotel….but not checking out,” Murphy wrote Like with the rest of American Horror Story: Hotel‘s casting announcements, we don’t have any other details on what type of character Greenfield will be playing, aside from what Murphy has said. However, from that tweet, it would seem that, no matter who he ends up portraying, Greenfield’s character will meet a pretty fatal end. This will be Greenfield’s first time ever appearing on American Horror Story, and it’s unknown how many episodes he will be in. »
- Chris King
This October, Max Greenfield (like you've never seen him) is checking in to the hotel....but not checking out. #AHSHotel
- Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) May 25, 2015
That's more info than we've gotten about any of the other "Hotel" characters so far (especially that bit that not-so-subtly suggests he's a goner), and certainly has us intrigued. While we'll hate to see our beloved Schmidt succumb to evil -- and be done in by the titular establishment -- we'd watch him in anything, and can't wait to see what Murphy and co. have up their sleeves for the quick-witted actor. »
- Katie Roberts
New Girl's Max Greenfield has joined the cast of American Horror Story: Hotel, according to series creator Ryan Murphy. No specifics about Greenfield's character have been shared, but Murphy broke the news with a tweet that held a cryptic clue. "This October, Max Greenfield (like you've never seen him) is checking in to the hotel," he wrote, "but not checking out." Whatever that means (he forgot his card key, he's destroyed by Lady Gaga, he gets stuck in an elevator, etc.), right? Greenfield joins Matt Bomer, Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Chloë Sevigny, and Angela Bassett, among others. Production should start this summer, so we'll know more about what this tweet means in October. Happy early Halloween. »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
Max Greenfield is checking into Ryan Murphy's FX show American Horror Story: Hotel, the fifth season of the hit series that also stars fellow newcomer Lady Gaga. The 34-year-old actor is best known for his role as Schmidt in the Fox sitcom New Girl and also starred in the network's comedy series The Mindy Project, which is moving to Hulu next season. Murphy, 49, announced his casting for American Horror Story: Hotel on Monday, Memorial Day. "This October, Max Greenfield (like you've never seen him) is checking in to the hotel….but not checking out. #AHSHotel," the executive producer tweeted. "Thank you @MrRPMurphy .....It's On! #AHSHotel," »
We know for sure that Jessica Lange will not be returning to American Horror Story for season five, and we also know a few members of the next installment of Ryan Murphy's horror anthology, which is themed "Hotel." Several actors whom Murphy has worked with on smaller parts on American Horror Story have been added, and New Girl's Max Greenfield is the latest addition. Stay tuned for more casting, and in the meantime, catch up on everything else we know about season five so far! »
Max Greenfield has a reservation with “American Horror Story: Hotel.” And it doesn’t sound like it’s going to be a pleasant stay for him. Ryan Murphy, co-creator of the creepy FX anthology series “American Horror Story,” tweeted on Monday that “New Girl” star Max Greenfield has joined the cast of the series’ upcoming fifth installment. Murphy also hinted that his character won’t be meeting a pleasant end. See video: 'American Horror Story' Star Sarah Paulson on Sleeping With the Emmy, Politics of Awards Season “This October, Max Greenfield (like you’ve never seen him) is checking in to the hotel… »
- Tim Kenneally
It looks like “New Girl’s” Max Greenfield is going to be undertaking his first horror role in the upcoming season of “American Horror Story: Hotel” as both the star and series creator Ryan Murphy celebrated Memorial Day by tweeting the… Continue Reading →
- Debi Moore
Max Greenfield has joined the cast of FX’s American Horror Story: Hotel, producer Ryan Murphy tweeted today, suggesting that Greenfield’s stay would likely be prematurely terminated. This October, Max Greenfield (like you’ve never seen him) is checking in to the hotel….but not checking out. #AHSHotel — Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) May 25, 2015 Murphy’s announcement of Greenfield (New Girl, Hello, My Name Is Doris) reinforce’s Murphy’s preference for Twitter a the producers… »
This October, Max Greenfield (like you've never seen him) is checking in to the hotel….but not checking out. #AHSHotel
— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) May 25, 2015
While Murphy did not indicate any plot details or how many episodes Greenfield has been booked for, he does hint in the tweet that things might not go so well for his character.
“American Horror Story: Hotel” comes from 20th Century Fox and production will begin this summer. It’s set to debut on FX in October.
- Alex Stedman
Ryan Murphy is continuing to book his American Horror Story: Hotel, announcing on Memorial Day that New Girl actor Max Greenfield has joined the cast of the FX anthology series. The showrunner tweeted that Greenfield's appearance would be "like you've never seen him" and suggested a potentially fatal storyline, writing that he'll be "checking in to the hotel ... but not checking out." [readmore:792557] Greenfield joins a cast that includes Lady Gaga, Matt Bomer, Angela Bassett, Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Chloe Sevigny, Wes Bentley and Cheyenne Jackson. The fifth season of the FX anthology will take place in
- Hilary Lewis
VideosAmerican Horror Story: Hotel — Watch the First Teaser
It’s not clear how many episodes Greenfield will appear in, by Murphy’s ominous tweet hinted at an untimely end for his character.
This October, Max Greenfield (like you’ve never seen him) is checking in to the hotel….but not checking out. #AHSHotel
— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) May 25, 2015
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