Another former alum has snagged a role in American Horror Story: Hotel. Ryan Murphy revealed Angela Bassett is the latest addition to the star-studded cast. Her AHS hat trick is now complete after appearing in Coven and Freak Show.
The 56-year-old actress joins previously confirmed cast members Lady Gaga, Matt Bomer, Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Evan Peters, Chloe Sevigny, Wes Bentley, and Cheyenne Jackson. I wonder which former alum is next.
“Working on something big right now in Europe. To learn more follow me on Fahlo. He is so hot right now,” Justin Beiber wrote on Facebook a couple of days ago. Hindsight is 20/20 and it was pretty obvious what the Canadian singer was hinting at.
Ben Stiller announced the 21-year-old is making a cameo in Zoolander 2 by posting a photo of the two engaging in a Blue Steel face-off. Valiant effort on The Beibs part, but Stiller is still the undisputed king when it comes to serving the iconic look.
Excited to see Justin’s cameo in the highly-anticipated sequel? Zoolander 2 struts its way into theaters on February 12, 2016. Weigh in below.
Kerry Washington isn’t the only ABC star moonlighting on HBO. Her TGIT lineup compatriot Viola Davis is also starring and producing a biopic for the cable channel.
Like Washington, Davis is playing a historical figure. In the latter’s case, it’s one of the most influential and important African-American women in history. The How To Get Away With Murder actress is set to portray Civil Rights Harriet Tubman in a biopic for HBO.
Here’s some great news to kick off the weekend. Many AHS fans were hoping for it and their wishes were granted today by Ryan Murphy. The 49-year-old producer confirmed Evan Peters will appear in American Horror Story: Hotel. He even has a room number.
And then there were four. When Grey’s Anatomy first premiered back in 2005 on ABC, the medical drama featured nine series regulars. Isaiah Washington was the first to leave, after controversial comments. Shortly thereafter, T.R Knight followed and then Katherine Heigl and Sandra Oh. After Thursday night’s shocking development, another original bit the dust. If you’ve been watching this season, you probably have a good idea who. Find out below.
The Devil Wears Prada actor is the latest to join the star-studded live action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast. Unlike Emma Watson, Ian McKellen, Ewan McGregor, Emma Thompson and company, Stanley Tucci won’t be playing a beloved character from the 1991 animated classic. Instead, a brand new character has been created for the 54-year-old thespian to play. Find out below.
When Mo’nique teamed up with Lee Daniels, she earned an Oscar statue for her stunning work in Precious. Since nabbing the Academy Award, the 47-year-old actress has been practically MIA. Not for lack of trying though.
A couple of months ago while promoting her film Blackbird, Mo’nique revealed she was set to reunite with Daniels on two projects- The Butler and Empire. Eventually, the roles went to Oprah Winfrey and Taraji P. Henson respectively.
After she claimed she was initially offered the juicy role of Cookie Lyon, Danny Strong, the writer for The Butler and co-creator of Empire, stated that Mo’nique was never offered the roles. Turns out, the actress wasn’t lying one bit.
During an interview with Sway, she pulled out the emails, proving her claims were valid. While I can’t picture anyone else as Cookie than Taraji, I’m glad that Mo’nique cleared her name. Many thought she was making things up as retaliation for Daniels saying Mo’nique ‘blackballed herself‘ in Hollywood after winning the Oscar. Check out the emails and interview below.
With a female director finally locked down to helm the Wonder Woman film (Patty Jenkins stepped in after Michelle MacLaren quit), focus can now be shifted to casting some of the key roles, specifically the superheroine’s love interest.
Rumor has it, Scott Eastwood was offered the role but was also eying a smaller part in Suicide Squad. When pressed to make a decision, the 29-year-old stud decided to participate in the star-studded antihero film instead. That sucks big time. He would’ve been perfect to play United States Air Force pilot, Steve Trevor. Find out below who producers are test-screening for the part.