Hollywood is NOT taking Dolce & Gabbana's comments about gay adoption and IVF methods lightly.
Ryan Murphy is just the latest in the string of Tinseltown's heavy hitters to come out and respond to the fashion duo's hurtful words.
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The writer first expressed his disgust on Twitter. He wrote on Sunday:
We're totally gonna cry this Friday…
That's because Glee is airing its series finale this week and we're hearing that Cory Monteith is going to be a part of it!
Apparently, Ryan Murphy is bringing his
hit series way back to the beginning in a flashback episode called 2009, and Cory is going to reprise his role of Finn before he joined New Directions.
Lea Michele spoke about her final song for the series, This Time written by Darren Criss, at PaleyFest on Friday, saying:
The sudden and tragic death of American Horror Story: Freak Show's Ben Woolf is still weighing heavy on the AHS family and fans.
So, creator Ryan Murphy and FX have volunteered to help cover some of the costs from the memorial that Woolf's family is having for him in Santa Barbara on March 21st.
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The entire AHS cast is invited, and attendees are asked to wear red and blue, since those were Ben's favorite colors.
Ways that fans can help remember Ben, according to his dad Nick Woolf, are to donate to the Ben Woolf fund, which will place memorial park "BENches" in his honor, and it will donate to Ben's favorite charities, including the Story Teller Children's Center and Little People Of America.
Ben is already missed, but it's great that his memory will live on!
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Jumping the gun a little?
Even though Ryan Murphy and Co. haven't officially started production on their new show Scream Queens, they've already got a teaser for it!
The super short snippet for the Fox series was released today, Friday the 13th, which makes sense since it's a horror series!
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And in case you haven't been keeping up (and clearly can't tell from the teaser) the story line follows some odd murders at a college, and has some of Hollywood's hottest people in it: Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lea Michele, Joe Manganiello, Keke Palmer, Abigail Breslin, Billie Lourd, Skyler Samuels, Ariana Grande and Nick Jonas!
Ch-ch-check out the teaser (above)!
There's no word on an exact release date for the series, but it will premiere in Fall 2015.