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Scream Queens Video: Emma Roberts Is Dressed to Kill in New Promo

Scream Queens Video: Emma Roberts Is Dressed to Kill in New Promo
This time around, Ryan Murphy’s letting Emma Roberts hold the knife.

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In a just-released promo for Murphy’s upcoming comedy-horror anthology Scream Queens — the fourth promo, according to our records — Roberts’ character Chanel Oberlin is seen checking her lipstick in the reflection of an enormous blade, as one does.

Previous promos have featured Roberts and Keke Palmer (as Zayday) looking fresh to death and popping malicious bubbles — again, as one does.

RelatedOliver Hudson Joins Scream Queens, Replacing Joe Manganiello

The first season of Scream Queens, set to premiere this fall,
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Ewan McGregor Is Jesus in 'Last Days in the Desert' Photo

Ewan McGregor Is Jesus in 'Last Days in the Desert' Photo
Sundance has quite the line-up planned for this year, which will include the new biblical drama Last Days in the Desert. Ewan McGregor stars as Jesus Christ in the film. Written and directed by Rodrigo Garc&#237a, we have a first look photo as the movie prepares for its premiere this January in Utah.

Seen here as Jesus, Ewan McGregor will also be playing the devil. Last Days in the Desert serves as an 'imagined' chapter from Christ's forty days of fasting in the desert. Heading into the wilderness, Jesus must struggle with the fate of a family in crisis as well as Satan himself. This sets him up for a quite challenging task.

Tye Sheridan, Ciar&#225n Hinds and Ayelet Zurer co-star in Last Days in the Desert. Rodrigo Garc&#237a is known for his films Albert Nobbs, Mother and Child and Delirium. The movie will premiere Sunday, January
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Hulu Acquires Entire South Park Library, Renews East Los High for Season 3

Hulu Acquires Entire South Park Library, Renews East Los High for Season 3
The mostly good people of South Park, Colorado, are moving to Hulu.

Related Emma RobertsDelirium Pilot Lands on Hulu — Watch the Trailer Here

During the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Saturday, it was announced that Hulu Plus will soon become the exclusive streaming provider for all 17 seasons of the Comedy Central animated series.

Additionally, all 247 episodes will stream for free on Hulu until the Season 18 premiere on Sept. 24. After that, Hulu and SouthPark.Cc.com will offer a revolving selection of free episodes to non-subscribers. Once Season 18 begins, new episodes will be available next-day on Hulu and Hulu Plus.
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Delirium Review: “Pilot” (Season 1, Episode 1)

Fox released the pilot episode of Delirium, a series it passed on last fall, for a limited time on Hulu, and fans are absolutely obsessed with it. I’ve only made it to page 20 in the first novel in the trilogy, so this review will in no way be commenting on how the episode holds up to the book (feel free to let us know in the comment section), but the pilot offers plenty of material worth discussing all on its own.

Delirium is set in a dystopian society where love has been branded a disease. Through advancement in medical research, the private sector has developed a cure which the powers that be have determined is a necessary evil toward keeping the population “safe” – along with fences around every city.

Naturally, with any form of oppression, there is a resistance. In this case, it is comprised of those who believe
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Delirium Pilot Released On Hulu, Future Now In Hands Of The Fans

The Delirium pilot, based on the best-selling Ya series written by Lauren Oliver, was rejected by Fox last year, but it looks like the project may be getting a second chance. Instead of going down quietly into the failed pilot vault (or wherever pilots that don’t get a series order end up), you can watch Delirium on Hulu during its 24-day run this June/July, courtesy of the network.

Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, Fox’s senior VP of multi-platform programming, recently stated:

“Why not? [The pilot] was finished. It was great. Why not allow consumers to enjoy it?”

Director Rodrigo Garcia, co-founder of digital studio Wigs, known for its popular online series Blue starring Julia Stiles, has been instrumental in getting the pilot released on Hulu. Hopefully this will set a precedent for other networks to make their typically dead pilots available to audiences, especially projects of this nature where there’s
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You Have Three Weeks To Watch Fox’s ‘Delirium’ Pilot On Hulu

In May, Fox chose not to pick up Delirium, a sci-fi pilot starring Emma Roberts. Normally, that would been the last thing we heard from the series, but Fox is leveraging a pair of its properties to ensure that Delirium sees the light of day. The pilot is currently available on Hulu, where it can be viewed until July 14. The Delirium pilot was directed by Rodrigo Garcia, co-founder of the Wigs YouTube channel. Delirium has stylistic similarities to many other Wigs series, including a well-known female lead and a thematic focus on love (Delirium takes place in a sci-fi world where love is outlawed.) Garcia told The Hollywood Reporter that Delirium, which is based off a young adult novel, has "a big captive audience. It has a humongous following." This potential audience helped convince Fox to keep Delirium afloat." Since the target audiences [for Wigs and Delirium] were such a great match, it made
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Now You Can Watch the Unaired Emma Roberts Pilot 'Delirium' on Hulu

Now You Can Watch the Unaired Emma Roberts Pilot 'Delirium' on Hulu
Fox Entertainment and Wigs, a web-channel designed to appeal to female viewers, have teamed up to air "Delirium," a pilot that was never picked up, on Hulu.  Directed by Rodrigo Garcia ("Albert Nobbs"), the "Delirium" pilot introduces us to a dystopian world where love has been made illegal. The pilot stars Emma Roberts and Daren Kagasoff ("The Secret Life of the American Teenager"). Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, Fox's head of multi-platform programming, explains the reason behind the sudden interest in the doomed project. "We have a fully-finished piece of material that's great. There wasn't room for it on the air at the time, but because it has been made, and we do believe it's a great piece of work," he said. "It made sense to allow consumers to see what was made."In addition to this, Wigs was drawn to the project for obvious reasons: "high-quality, scripted dramas with a female lead,
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Now You Can Watch the Unaired Emma Roberts Pilot 'Delirium' on Hulu

Now You Can Watch the Unaired Emma Roberts Pilot 'Delirium' on Hulu
Fox Entertainment and Wigs, a web-channel designed to appeal to female viewers, have teamed up to air "Delirium," a pilot that was never picked up, on Hulu.  Directed by Rodrigo Garcia ("Albert Nobbs"), the "Delirium" pilot introduces us to a dystopian world where love has been made illegal. The pilot stars Emma Roberts and Daren Kagasoff ("The Secret Life of the American Teenager"). Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, Fox's head of multi-platform programming, explains the reason behind the sudden interest in the doomed project. "We have a fully-finished piece of material that's great. There wasn't room for it on the air at the time, but because it has been made, and we do believe it's a great piece of work," he said. "It made sense to allow consumers to see what was made."In addition to this, Wigs was drawn to the project for obvious reasons: "high-quality, scripted dramas with a female lead,
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Emma Robert’s Delirium Heads to Hulu

Life is tough for Emma Roberts, the niece of Julia Roberts had a show planned for Fox called Delirium. But then they cancelled their order, leaving the team stuck with a pilot that was never to be seen. Then Hulu came into play and agreed to pick up the pilot episode for Wigs. It could be a test to see how the views due before Hulu decides to pick up the possible series. Emma plays the lead character who lives in a world where people are given a shot to prevent love. However, she meets a doctor who changes her future and could save her from being a robotic person. The pilot episode will go live on June 20th and will last for 30 days. You can check out the official trailer down below.

I am hopeful that Hulu will pick it up. The series would be based on a popular
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'Delirium' pilot, based on popular book, coming to Hulu: See the trailer

'Delirium' pilot, based on popular book, coming to Hulu: See the trailer
Fans of Lauren Oliver’s Ya dystopian tale Delirium, you’re in luck.

A TV show based on Delirium, which centers on a society in which love is considered a disease, was originally developed in 2013 at Fox. The network didn’t pick up the Emma Roberts-starring show to series, but now Wigs and Hulu are bringing its pilot online — but only for a month.

Check out a trailer for the pilot — first posted on TVLine — below. Does it make you want to read the books — or wish the show had made it onto the air last fall?

The Delirium
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Emma Roberts' Delirium Pilot Lands on Hulu -- Watch the Trailer Here

Emma Roberts' Delirium Pilot Lands on Hulu -- Watch the Trailer Here
“Love is a deadly disease.” If that sounds crazy to you, it’s probably because you don’t live in the dystopian world of Emma RobertsDelirium, in which hearts are never meant to be broken. In fact, thanks to a nifty government-regulated shot, they can’t be.

Related | Pilot Scoop: Emma Roberts Lands Starring Role in Fox Drama Delirium

TVLine has an exclusive first look at the trailer for Delirium, in which 17-year-old Lena (Roberts) is excited to receive the miracle cure for Deliria — or “love,” as it’s known to us — until a chance meeting with police officer
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Guy Pearce Will Be Equals With Kristen Stewart And Nicholas Hoult

Hot off The Rover, a dystopian thriller for which the actor is earning raves, Guy Pearce has joined the cast of another futuristic indie – this one titled Equals. Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult were previously announced to be leading the cast for Like Crazy director Drake Doremus, so it’s expected that Pearce will take on a supporting role.

Equals, which is billed as a stylish sci-fi romance, is “set in a world where there is no greed, no poverty, no violence, and no emotion. But a new disease is threatening everyone: Sos, or Switched-On-Syndrome, activating depression, sensitivity, fear, love — and once a person is overtaken, they are sent away and never seen again.” The IMDb summary for the film expands on that, though take it with a grain of salt until an official full synopsis is released:

A futuristic love story set in a society where emotions have been eradicated.
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Watch: 6 Minutes Of Clips From Emma Roberts' Unaired TV Pilot 'Delirium'

Watch: 6 Minutes Of Clips From Emma Roberts' Unaired TV Pilot 'Delirium'
Every year, TV networks typically order about a dozen pilots, then later decide which shows should be made into a series. These networks never have more than a handful of timeslots available, which means the majority of pilots ultimately never see the light of day. Last spring, “Delirium” was one of those pilots. It starred Emma Roberts as a 17-year-old girl who lives in a dystopian future where love is outlawed. Her character, of course, winds up falling in love. The show was based on the young adult novel by Lauren Oliver and it was rejected by Fox in favor of “Sleepy Hollow” and “Almost Human.” However, if you've been curious to find out it looked like, six minutes worth of clips have landed online. The video was posted by the talent agency of actress Jeanine Mason, who plays Emma Roberts’ best friend in the show. While it’s interesting to see the first episode,
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Watch: 6 Minutes Of Clips From Emma Roberts' Unaired TV Pilot 'Delirium'

Every year, TV networks typically order about a dozen pilots, then later decide which shows should be made into a series. These networks never have more than a handful of timeslots available, which means the majority of pilots ultimately never see the light of day. Last spring, “Delirium” was one of those pilots. It starred Emma Roberts as a 17-year-old girl who lives in a dystopian future where love is outlawed. Her character, of course, winds up falling in love. The show was based on the young adult novel by Lauren Oliver and it was rejected by Fox in favor of “Sleepy Hollow” and “Almost Human.” However, if you've been curious to find out it looked like, six minutes worth of clips have landed online. The video was posted by the talent agency of actress Jeanine Mason, who plays Emma Roberts’ best friend in the show. While it’s interesting to see the first episode,
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Rep Confirms Emma Roberts' 'Unfortunate' Arrest

Rep Confirms Emma Roberts' 'Unfortunate' Arrest
A rep for actress Emma Roberts spoke out on behalf of the Scream 4 star on Tuesday night, July 16, after news broke about her brush with the law in Montreal, Canada.

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Emma, 22, was arrested (and quickly released) this past week after police responded to a domestic dispute between the actress and her 26-year-old boyfriend, American Horror Story actor Evan Peters. Prosecutors later dropped the charges.

"It was an unfortunate incident and misunderstanding," Emma's rep tells Et. "Ms. Roberts was released after questioning and the couple are working together to move past it."

Related: Emma Roberts Returning to TV With 'Delirium'

The Montreal Police Department declined to release information about the incident that occurred in the couple's hotel room, but did confirm that they were called to Emma and Evan's room, briefly arresting one of the parties before ultimately dropping the charges.
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Lauren Oliver's Ya Novel 'Panic' Snagged by Universal in Bidding War (Exclusive)

Universal Pictures landed the film rights to "Panic," the next young adult novel from Lauren Oliver ("Delirium"), in a bidding war.  The seven-figure deal closed on Monday night, according to an individual familiar with the negotiations. HarperCollins imprint Harper Teen will publish the book in spring 2014. Marc Platt will produce the project for Universal, which is keeping plot details under wraps. Maradith Frenkel, Universal's VP of production, will oversee the project for the studio. "Panic" is described as Oliver's return to the realism and grittiness of her first novel "Before I Fall,"
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The Secret Life of the American Teenager Review: I Choose Me

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With graduation from Grant High School came a lot of decisions. And I can only imagine that longtime fans of The Secret Life of the American Teenager are going to have really strong opinions on "Thank You and Goodbye."

For weeks, months, seasons and years it was always about who Amy would choose.

In the end, I guess she chose herself. She didn't stay with Ricky, but she didn't definitely end up with Ben either. She choose to see where the next chapter of her life would take her... without her son. I can also imagine there will be a lot of strong reactions to that part of her decision.

Elsewhere, Grace and Jack finally broke up. Henry and Alice got back together. Omar came back for Adrian. Honestly, there's not much to say about a finale that was 80% filled with flashbacks. The one major scene was the break-up between Amy and Ricky.
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American Horror Story: Emma Roberts is Ready to Party with Witches

If you’ve ever seen Scream 4, you might’ve seen Emma Roberts in a new light. She perfectly portrayed the kind of person who would be a normal teenager in one scene and a psychopath in another. The people behind American Horror Story: Coven must have watched her performance because she’s the latest to join the cast of the FX series’ third season. As with previous seasons, Roberts stands an equal chance of playing either a killer or a victim and it’s anyone’s guess which type of role she’ll land on. You could make assumptions based on her character’s description, but that won’t be enough to predict the insanity that is American Horror Story.

Roberts will be playing Madison, a self-involved party girl, reported TVLine. It sounds innocent enough, ignoring the vanity that will clearly be on display in this individual, but it
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Emma Roberts Joins FX’s ‘American Horror Story’

Emma Roberts, who most recently starred in Fox pilot Delirium, is nearing a deal to join American Horror Story: Coven, our sister site TVLine reports. Roberts (Scream 4) will play a self-involved party girl named Madison. She’ll join previously announced Oscar winner Kathy Bates, Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, Lily Rabe, Frances Conroy, Taissa Farmiga, Angela Bassett, Patti LuPone and Gabourey Sidibe for Season 3.
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Emma Roberts to Enter Coven on American Horror Story Season 3

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Another impressive name has been added to the casting sheet for American Horror Story: Coven.

Emma Roberts - whose Fox pilot Delirium was not ordered to series, much to the dismay of many fans - is close to signing on for the FX smash, according to TV Line. Assuming the deal goes through, Roberts will play a party animal named Madison.

American Horror Story Season 3 is expected to premiere in October. It will be set in modern day New Orleans and focus on witchcraft, with Jessica Lange once again in the lead role and Kathy Bates set to portray her character's nemesis.

Other new cast members will include Angela Bassett, Patti LuPone and Gabourey Sidibe.
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