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Originally posted 10/06/2014 02:35PM
Pro tip: Gwyneth Paltrow may need to consider growing out a beard or sprouting an extra head if she really wants this.
The actress has her eyes on a role in American Horror Story.
"She would love to be on this show," creator (and new dad!) Ryan Murphy told PEOPLE when asked if he'd ever cast the actress at Sunday's premiere of the FX series's latest season. "We'll see."
The season kicking off Wednesday, American Horror Story: Freak Show, takes viewers to Jupiter, Florida, where a menagerie of nightmare-worthy sideshow characters are trying to keep their business alive. (And if Paltrow can't make it for this installment, might we suggest American Horror Story: Messy Kitchen?)
Originally posted 08/25/2014 06:05PM
Play testcaption testcredit Share on Facebook Tweet Pin on Pinterest Share on Tumblr Whether or not Julia Roberts takes home a golden statuette at Monday night's Emmys, she may have already won with the opportunity to bring a revered doctor to life in The Normal Heart.
Originally posted 08/14/2014 08:05AM
A world record holder will be joining the strange world of American Horror Story this fall.
Originally posted 07/13/2014 04:30PM
One year after Cory Monteith's tragic death, his Glee costars are sharing memories of their friend over social media.
Originally posted 05/14/2014 12:35PM
Everything is just peachy keen on the Glee set, according to its co-executive producer Ryan Murphy.
Despite multiple reports of drama and weeks of silence from the show's cast about the rumors, Murphy told Extra on Tuesday, "I always marvel at the things that become headline news that most of the time are completely fabricated."
More specifically, Murphy addresses Lea Michele's reported feud with costar Naya Rivera, who apparently got booted from the show for poor behavior on set.
Originally posted 12/24/2013 11:15AM
Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy always had a vision for how the groundbreaking FOX show would end, but when Cory Monteith died in July, that vision died with him.
Murphy revealed that ending to those close to the star when he eulogized Monteith at a private memorial service shortly after his death.
Now, five months after Monteith died from a heroin and alcohol overdose, he also shares it with the world.
"The ending of Glee is something I have never shared with anyone, but I always knew it," Murphy discloses in an excerpt of the eulogy just published in Entertainment Weekly. "At the end of season 6, Lea [Michele]'s Rachel was going to have become a big Broadway star, the role she was born to play. Finn was going to have become a teacher, settled down happily in Ohio, at peace with his choice and no longer feeling like a Lima loser."
Murphy had mapped it out so clearly that he even had the last line of dialogue written in his head: "Rachel comes back to Ohio, fulfilled and yet not, and walks into Finn's glee club. 'What are you doing here?' he would ask. 'I'm home,' she would reply. Fade out. The end."
Originally posted 11/13/2013 02:30PM
If you thought American Horror Story: Coven rocked before, well, just wait until Stevie Nicks lands in New Orleans.
The Fleetwood Mac legend will be bringing her own magic – and, presumably, plenty of beads and shawls – to the FX miniseries some time this season in an unknown role, show creator Ryan Murphy announced on Twitter.
Her guest-spot gig is excellent news for fans of the band – as well as star Lily Rabe, whose on-screen alter ego, necromancer Misty Day, is quite spellbound with Nicks.
Originally posted 10/17/2013 03:00PM
There's more sad news for Glee fans.
Ryan Murphy, co-creator of the series, announced that the next season of the show (its sixth) will be its last, Variety reports.
Murphy, 47, also said that Cory Monteith's unexpected death has caused him to rethink the ending of the show, which he had planned around the Rachel/Finn romance.
"The final year of the show, which will be next year, was designed around Rachel and Cory/Finn's story. I always knew that, I always knew how it would end," Murphy said to TVLine.
Originally posted 08/01/2013 05:00PM
Fox's Chairman of Entertainment Kevin Reilly has revealed details about Glee's plan to handle the passing of star Cory Monteith, who died on July 13 from a mixture of alcohol and heroin.
Monteith's character Finn Hudson will be written out of the show in the third episode which will "deal directly with the incidents involved in Cory's passing and the drug abuse in particular," Reilly said Thursday during a Television Critics Association panel in Los Angeles.
Reilly adds that producer Ryan Murphy will also shoot PSAs with cast members in character, "as friends of [Finn's]. They're going to speak directly to the audience and I think they're going to be very impactful."
Originally posted 07/25/2013 07:45PM
For many, it was a decidedly un-gleeful morning in LA.
Less than two weeks after the shocking death of Cory Monteith, friends and costars of the actor, including his girlfriend Lea Michele, reunited for a memorial on the Paramount studio lot, where Glee's auditorium scenes are filmed.
Michele joined producer Ryan Murphy and costars including Kevin McHale and Darren Criss at the indoor/outdoor event where guests mingled, dined on buffet food and listened to Glee-appropriate tunes like "Good Vibrations" in Monteith's honor.
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