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Originally posted 12/10/2015 10:45AM
For Abigail Breslin, sexism is no laughing matter.
The Scream Queens actress documented an offensive standup act Wednesday night on Instagram.
"Just left a comedy show where the comic was talking about how women think they're too 'cute' to give out their number and how they should trust him cuz he doesn't have a 'rapists body' and he doesn't 'use prostitutes because girls already play games for free,' " she wrote. "When I said to him from the crowd it was offensive he said he 'didn't mind because I'm pretty.' "
Originally posted 09/22/2015 08:00PM
Scream Queens, Ryan Murphy's new festival of blood, fun and cruelty, doesn't pitch its tent too far from his American Horror Story on FX, except that he's smart enough to have eliminated the churning psychosexual undercurrents that can make AHS so strangely unsettling. Queens will make you laugh and maybe squeak with surprise from time to time, whereas AHS is a good argument for providing trigger alerts for TV shows.
Scream Queens is like AHS taking a Mentos break.
The show is set on a college campus, which keeps it close to contemporary teen-slasher movies (and parodies of teen-slasher movies). If your memory goes back far enough and low enough, you may find yourself even thinking of the 1973 TV movie Satan's School for Girls – or, more recently, the 2000 remake with Shannen Doherty.
Originally posted 09/02/2015 02:55PM
The premiere of the highly anticipated new horror-comedy Scream Queens may still be a few weeks away, but anxious fans can now whet their appetites for the scares (and laughs) to come by watching the show's title sequence.
"The show is a hybrid of wickedly funny and incredibly scary story telling set in a sorority house on a college campus," star (and original scream queen) Jamie Lee Curtis previously told PEOPLE of Ryan Murphy's new Fox show. "I play the dean, creates this scenario of mayhem by forcing the sorority accept anyone who wants to become a member."
And while Curtis is highly revered by her costars, it's the shows' co-eds who are highlighted in the extended title sequence.
Originally posted 08/27/2015 05:15PM
Originally posted 07/13/2015 01:05PM
In case you were wondering, Jamie Lee Curtis is a "dreamy" costar – at least if you ask the actresses of Scream Queens.
The 56-year-old actress was a generous den mother to the sorority sisters on the set of Ryan Murphy's highly anticipated horror-comedy set to premiere this fall on Fox.
"She's amazing," Emma Roberts told PEOPLE at the San Diego Comic-Con Scream Queens press room on Sunday. "She brought us gifts, all these little parasols, and she brought me some books."
Originally posted 07/12/2015 02:10PM
Scream Queens stars Lea Michele and Emma Roberts lived up their new show's name as they could barely contain their shrieks while trying out a thrill ride at the San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday.
Originally posted 05/22/2015 04:10PM
[YOUTUBE "FpoChDen9lc"] Secrets, horror, pledges getting hazed in their underwear and, oh, Nick Jonas – an inside look at Fox's new series gives several reasons why Scream Queens is poised to be appointment television.
"These girls are kickass," says series co-creator Ryan Murphy in the featurette, which was released Friday. "They're not waiting for a boy to come in and rescue them, they're the one's doing the rescuing."
Originally posted 05/20/2015 07:25PM
We're not exactly sure why Lea Michele is in a neck brace in this shot for Scream Queens, but we sure can't wait to find out.
Fox released a slew of tantalizing photos for the highly anticipated horror-comedy – including this priceless shot of the Glee alum – which will chronicle co-eds seriously freaked out by a series of murders on campus.
The show is masterminded by American Horror Story guru Ryan Murphy, alongside his Glee co-creators Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan. Together, they assembled an all-star cast that includes Jamie Lee Curtis, Emma Roberts, Abigail Breslin and Ariana Grande.
The new images reveal that the crimes are rocking the Kappa House sorority, a Stepford-like environment that features a killer closet any Container Store shopper would admire.
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