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The cast of “Ahs” made the announcement at the end of its Paleyfest panel. The plot details of their characters are being kept under wraps, with Bomer playing one of the leads.
“I love collaborating with Ryan Murphy,” said Bomer. “It feels like this world where there are no bounds.”
Bomer previously guest starred on the “Freak Show” season of the series. He could neither confirm nor deny any romantic relationship between he and Gaga’s character.
Bomer also worked with “Ahs” creator Murphy on his shows “The New Normal” and “Glee,” where Bomer played Darren Criss’ character’s older brother, as well as HBO’s “Normal Heart,” for which Bomer won a Golden Globe.
Jackson has also worked with Murphy, guest starring on “Glee. »
- Alex Stedman and Marianne Zumberge
Over the past decade, the BAFTAs have become an increasingly accurate barometer for the eventual Oscar winners, with the last six Best Picture winners in a row being pre-empted by an identical BAFTA winner.
But there have been several memorable – and telling – instances in which the two awards bodies have diverged, and often not for the obvious cultural reasons you expect.
It's easy enough to see, for example, why Four Weddings and a Funeral took the top prize at 1995's BAFTAs while Forrest Gump triumphed across the pond, and ditto The Full Monty over Titanic three years later. But the explanation isn't always so clear, and the discrepancy often highlights intriguing differences between Academy and BAFTA members' sensibilities.
Digital Spy looks back on six notable times BAFTA diverged from the Academy path, either for better or for worse.
1. Brokeback Mountain wins Best Film (2006)
Almost a decade on, this still stands as BAFTA's crowning achievement. »
2 items from 2015
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