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Plot details are still being kept under wraps, but we know that the next season of "American Horror Story" will have a carnival theme and that several recurring cast members will return. One of those actors is "True Blood's" Denis O'Hare, who just spilled some beans about his character.
In an interview with Vulture, O'Hare confirmed that he will be appearing in all ten episodes of "American Horror Story: Freak Show" and doing battle with Jessica Lange's character. "I’m going to be working at cross-purposes with her. We’re going to be like this," he told the site, crossing his fingers.
Without giving too much away, O'Hare hinted that his character will be "a collector of freaks," rather than a freak himself.
- John Squires
There's pretty much nothing but question marks when it comes to the next season of "American Horror Story." We know that it will have the ominous subtitle "Freak Show," that it will be set in the fifties, and that much of the cast of the previous seasons (including Jessica Lange, supposedly in her last go-around) will return. But Vulture was able to get some details out of returning costar Denis O'Hare... Sort of.
He told the site that while last season he was hopelessly in love with Lange, this season their relationship will be altogether different. "I'm going to be working at cross-purposes with her," O'Hare explained. "We'll have lots of scenes with each other, but we'll be battling." The actor, who played the mute butler Spaulding on last year's smash "American Horror Story: Coven," also says that he'll be around in all 10 episodes of the next season, and where »
- Drew Taylor
Zap2it caught up with some of the cast of "American Horror Story" Season 4, subtitled "Freak Show," at 2014 Paleyfest last Friday (March 28), where we asked them a few fun questions about the theme of the upcoming season.
Zap2it: Do you have any scary memories of a carnival or circus?
Angela Bassett: "When the lions always came out. ... They got just a little rambunctious."
Denis O'Hare: "I like circuses, I like the dark part of life, so what I have are lots of memories of being at night at a carnival where there was danger in the air. The carnie people were all kind of sexy and creepy, and they all had tattoos and the rides were all kind of rickety and scary and the food was forbidden. I love the whole forbidden part of that."
Evan Peters: "I haven't been to too many circuses, but I can't wait to check [the season] out. »
It was recently announced that Shield star Michael Chiklis has joined the cast of FX's American Horror Story: Freak Show. The news comes from THR who says that the fourth season of the FX horror anthology will be set in "Jupiter, Fla., in 1950 and will again star Jessica Lange. This time, the Emmy winner will portray a German ex-Pat managing one of the last remaining freak shows in the country."
Returning members of the series cast include Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Angela Bassett, Frances Conroy, and Kathy Bates. Denis O'Hare and Emma Roberts are also in talks to return. They will play performers that Lange's character has rescued.
It was also revealed that Chiklis will be playing the father to Peters' character and the ex-husband of Bates' character. »
- Joey Paur
'Fantastic Four' star Michael Chiklis (below) is the latest to sign up for FX's 'American Horror Story: Freak Show', at least according to show creator Ryan Murphy. Chiklis is set to take the role of Evan Peters' on-screen father in the fourth season which will move the action to a Floridian based freak show which will be set in 1950. Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Angela Bassett, Jamie Brewer, Denis O'Hare and Frances Conroy will all be returning once more but this will mark the final season on Ahs for veteran star Jessica Lange. »
On Friday night at Paleyfest in Los Angeles, Ryan Murphy and his team from "American Horror Story" took to the stage to reflect on "American Horror Story: Coven" and to look ahead at "American Horror Story: Freak Show," the FX series' fourth story arc. Murphy revealed to the audience that Michael Chiklis ("The Shield," "Fantastic Four" films) will be joining the freak show; he'll star as Evan Peters' father. Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Angela Bassett, Jamie Brewer, Denis O'Hare and Frances Conroy . as previously reported . are returning as well. Details about "Freak Show" pulled from Paleyfest's Twitter are this: The fourth season is about a "freak show" . not a carnival or circus and it will »
Michael Chiklis is joining the cast of FX's "American Horror Story: Freak Show," the fourth season of their anthology series. Chiklis will be playing the father to Evan Peters' character and ex-husband to Kathy Bates' character.
Set in Florida 1950, Jessica Lange plays a German ex-Pat managing one of the last remaining freak shows in the country. Angela Bassett, Frances Conroy, Denis O'Hare and Emma Roberts also star. [Source: The Live Feed]
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Delany will play Crystal Harris, the protective wife of Judge Pernell (Ron Perlman) who has a high-end call girl on the side. He then experiences a religious awakening when he suspects that God is speaking to him through his ventilator-bound son. »
- Garth Franklin
Blame it on the witches. "American Horror Story: Coven" cast a spell on viewers, and nowhere was this more evident than at PaleyFest. While the show has always been a reliable hit at the event, this year the fan reaction seemed, well, more ardent than usual. Young fans asked the cast for hugs. One asked for a job. Evan Peters got a hand-knotted panda bear cap, while Sarah Paulson got letters, a T-shirt, and was asked on a date by one young female admirer. There was screaming. A lot of screaming. As one woman sitting behind me grumbled, "This isn't a One Direction concert." Despite the similarities, the audience still managed to learn a lot -- even (gasp) details about the top-secret coming season, "Freak Show." Here are twelve factoids worth mentioning. 1) Ryan Murphy was told that "American Horror Story: Coven" would be the lowest rated season of the series »
- Liane Bonin Starr
We've been dying to know any and all American Horror Story season four details, and now we have tons of big ones, including the title. After finding out recently that next season will be set at a carnival, Ryan Murphy also gave us the title of American Horror Story: Freak Show. When the carnival theme was revealed, show writer Douglas Petrie said, "Very roughly, that's the idea." American Horror Story has already tackled ghosts, aliens, Nazi surgeons, and most recently, twisted witches and jazz-loving serial killers. It'll be interesting to see the show's bizarre take on carnival culture. So what else do we know about season four of the anthology show? Murphy has been slowly letting more details loose, most recently at the American Horror Story: Coven panel at PaleyFest. Here's everything else we've found out about season four of American Horror Story. Read on to find out who will be returning! »
- Maggie Pehanick
At Friday night's PaleyFest, Ryan Murphy and the cast of last season's American Horror Story: Coven chatted about the recently-wrapped season. But you watched Coven; you want to know about Freak Show, the next season of FX's anthology series.
The biggest news was that a new actor was joining the fold. Michael Chiklis (The Shield, Fantastic Four) will be the male lead of Freak Show. We have heard hints and snippets about what season four will hold, but now we have a (slightly) more definitive idea. Jessica Lange stars as a German ex-pat who manages one of the last remaining freak shows in Jupiter, Florida in 1950. I have to imagine that this season will, at least partly, be inspired by Gibsonton, Florida, a popular destination for circus performers during the off season. Chiklis will play the ex-husband of Kathy Bates' character, and father to Evan Peters' character - »
- Alyse Wax
In what's becoming a PaleyFest tradition, "American Horror Story" creator Ryan Murphy had a casting surprise for the audience. Another top drawer talent will be joining the show. "The Shield" star Michael Chiklis will be playing a role in the "freak show" themed fourth season, which takes place in Florida in the 1950s. Murphy also revealed that Chiklis will be playing the father of returning actor Evan Peters' character, and will be the ex-husband of Kathy Bates' character as well. "This also marks his return to FX," Murphy added, referencing Chiklis' Emmy-winning role as Vic Mackey on "The Shield." Chiklis took the stage to gush over his co-stars (Murphy confirmed that everyone present on the panel -- Angela Bassett, Denis O'Hare, Emma Roberts, Peters, Frances Conroy, Bates, Gabourey Sidibe, Jamie Brewer and Sarah Paulson -- would be back "in some capacity" for "Freak Show") and talk about his excitement over his new gig. »
- Liane Bonin Starr
Creator Ryan Murphy says, "[Michael Chiklis] is playing Evan [Peter's] father and he will be Kathy Bates' ex-husband," which is exciting indeed. Murphy does not specify if Bates is Peters' mother, however.
Chiklis says of his reaction when Murphy pitched the piece to him, "I'm terrified and I'm going to do it."
Murphy also confirms that every person on the panel is coming back in some capacity, which means in addition to the previously-announced Jessica Lange, Angela Basset, Kathy Bates, Evan Peters, Frances Conroy and Sarah Paulson, Season 4 will also feature Denis O'Hare, Gabourey Sidibe, Emma Roberts, Jamie Brewer and Chiklis. Murphy further says that there will be a few faces from Seasons 1 and 2 appearing in Season 4, but he does not reveal who they might be. »
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Goodbye Witches, Hello Freaks: Ryan Murphy revealed the title for the upcoming "American Horror Story" on Monday, Tweeting a pic of a logo with the words "Freak Show" (The Tweet was then deleted on Tuesday). And now, Entertainment Weekly has the details on who's in for something a little freaky. Jessica Lange will play a German woman who heads up the freak-fest gathering set in Jupiter, Florida, in 1950. Other actors joining the cast include Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Angela Bassett and Frances Conroy with Denis O'Hare and ...
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'American Horror Story' creator Ryan Murphy has finally officially confirmed that the fourth season of the FX horror show will indeed be 'American Horror Story: Freak Show'. The new season will be set in Jupiter, Florida, in 1950, and finds Jessica Lange playing a German ex-pat who is managing one of the last freak shows in the Us. No doubt we'll get to see a number of grotesques and even some of the returning players will be likely packing on the latex and makeup to become a bearded lady, pinhead etc. Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Angela Bassett and Frances Conroy will all be returning alongside Lange whilst EW are reporting that Denis O'Hare and Emma Roberts may also return. »
Keegan is a brilliant but self-destructive criminal defence lawyer who has a penchant for especially difficult clients. He relies on his wit and charm to get through obstacles in his life, but constantly makes everything more complicated for himself by indulging in his favourite pastimes - gambling, drinking and prostitutes.
During a recent press day for the show in Los Angeles, we caught up with actor Greg Kinnear to find out more…
Rake is a re-imagining of a popular Australian show. How did you get involved with the project?
My agent sent me the script for Rake and said, "The creator [of the original Australian show] is in town and he'd like to meet with you." I watched a couple of episodes [of the Australian show] and I immediately felt like they had cooked up a very interesting recipe that was really a great mixed »
Film: "Dallas Buyers Club"; Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Garner, Jared Leto, Denis O'Hare, Steve Zahn, Michael O'Neill, Dallas Roberts, Griffin Dunne, Kevin Rankin, Donna Duplantier and Deneen Tyler; Director: Jean-Marc Vallee; Rating: ***1/2
Unlike Director Dylan Mohan Gray's hard-hitting documentary, "Fire in the Blood", which was released in the Indian theaters last October, "Dallas Buyers Club" is a fascinating dramatization of the same subject.
It depicts how the medical profession, government and pharmaceutical giants in the Us dragged their heels in promoting the expensive Azt and ignoring its toxic. »
- Diksha Singh
HBO Films has set a release date for its star-studded feature "The Normal Heart," starring Mark Ruffalo and Julia Roberts. The adaptation of Larry Kramer's Tony Award-winning play will premiere May 25 at 9 pm Et on HBO. Kramer adapted his own play for the screen -- fitting considering the autobiographical nature of the piece -- and Ryan Murphy ("Glee," "American Horror Story") served as director. The play focuses on Ned Weeks (played by Ruffalo in the film), the founder of an HIV advocacy group, and his partner Felix Turner (Matt Bomer), who isn't as eager to join in Weeks' in-your-face campaign. Kitsch plays the president of Weeks' organization while Julia Roberts takes on the role of Emma Brookner, a wheelchair-bound polio survivor. The film also stars Jim Parsons, Alfred Molina, and Denis O'Hare. Keep checking Indiewire for more updates on this anticipated release.
- Ben Travers
HBO Films has set a release date for its star-studded feature "The Normal Heart," starring Mark Ruffalo and Julia Roberts. The adaptation of Larry Kramer's Tony Award-winning play will premiere May 25 at 9 pm Et on HBO. Kramer adapted his own play for the screen -- fitting considering the autobiographical nature of the piece -- and Ryan Murphy ("Glee," "American Horror Story") served as director. The play focuses on Ned Weeks (played by Ruffalo in the film), the founder of an HIV advocacy group, and his partner Felix Turner (Matt Bomer), who isn't as eager to join in Weeks' in-your-face campaign. Kitsch plays the president of Weeks' organization while Julia Roberts takes on the role of Emma Brookner, a wheelchair-bound polio survivor. The film also stars Jim Parsons, Alfred Molina, and Denis O'Hare. Keep checking Indiewire for more updates on this anticipated release. »
- Ben Travers
The HBO Films presentation The Normal Heart is scheduled to debut Sunday, May 25 at 9:00 p.m. (Et/Pt) on HBO. Starring Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Taylor Kitsch, Jim Parsons and Julia Roberts, the drama also stars Alfred Molina, Joe Mantello, Jonathan Groff, Denis O'Hare, Stephen Spinella, Corey Stoll, Finn Wittrock and Bd Wong. Directed by Ryan Murphy and written by Larry Kramer, adapting his groundbreaking Tony Award-winning play of the same name, The Normal Heart tells the story of the onset of the HIV-aids crisis in New York City in the early 1980s, taking an unflinching look at the nation's sexual politics as gay activists and their allies in the medical community fight to expose the truth about the burgeoning epidemic to a city and nation in denial. Roberts plays Dr. »
Dallas Buyers Club, 2013.
Directed by Jean-Marc Vallée.
In 1985 Dallas, electrician and hustler Ron Woodroof works around the system to help AIDS patients get the medication they need after he is himself diagnosed with the disease.
The 1980’s. A decade famous for various reasons it was a historical hotspot: John Lennon was assassinated, Michael Jackson was King of the World, and the PG-13 rating came into effect in 1984. But in Dallas, with the AIDS virus still ongoing both in terms of the virus spreading and medicine still trying find a cure, the name of Ron Woodruff came to prominence, as did the tragic first deaths recorded in the Us.
Woodruff (Matthew McConaughey) was diagnosed in 1985, and was given a month to live. Shocked by the news, but not wholly surprised »
- Gary Collinson
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