Ryan Murphy News Archive
According to reports, the Vicky Cristina Barcelona star is set to play the lead role in Versace: American Crime Story!
The third installment of the crime anthology series will explore the murder of Gianni Versace (Edgar Ramirez), who was killed on the steps of his home in Miami Beach by serial killer Andrew Cunanan (Darren Criss).
Cunanan slayed five people that year before killing himself on a houseboat eight days after murdering Versace.
And based on her past roles, we have a feeling Cruz will totally slay this role. Tell us, Perezcious Readers, do YOU think the Spanish beauty will do a better job than GaGa would have?
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Pretty soon, every show on FX will be helmed by Ryan Murphy.
The primetime powerhouse's latest project has been revealed, and it's missing one signature Murphian element: this drama is… *GASP* not an anthology series!!
That's right! Murphy's new show Pose will be an ongoing series following several segments of life and society in New York in 1986.
According to reports, the series will explore the rise of the luxury Trump-era yuppies, the downtown social and literary scene, and the ball culture world.
Casting has already begun for the series, which is expected to feature largely new and unknown performers and slated for a 2018 release.
Murphy is writing the drama with his AHS collaborator Brad Falchuk and Stephen Canals. The three will executive produce with The People v. O.J. Simpson's Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson.
Sounds like Pose will be another luxurious primetime notch on Murphy's belt! Are U excited?
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The 44-year-old sweetly shared:
From Hollywood royalty to actual royalty!
Ryan Murphy's upcoming miniseries Feud: Bette and Joan finally makes its high profile debut this weekend.
FX has ordered a follow up to the upcoming anthology series — and this time Murphy and co. are tackling the story of Prince Charles and Princess Diana!
The beloved royal couple were married from 1981-1996, though their marriage became the center of media attention around the world when allegations of
The 2016 presidential election was a NIGHTMARE… so it only seems right that it's inspiring the next season of American Horror Story.
While the Glee creator stayed tight-lipped about whether or not there will be a Donald Trump character, the industry vet DID confirm that the next season "is going to be about the election we just went through." In fact, Mr. Murphy thinks AHS7 "will be interesting for a lot of people."
Not to mention, alums of the anthology series, including Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters, are slated to return to AHS. The horror miniseries was renewed for two more seasons back in January AND begins filming again in June.
Nonetheless, we shouldn't be SO shocked to learn about the 51-year-old's politically driven content, especially since he plans to tackle Bill Clinton's sex scandal with Monica Lewinsky for an upcoming season of American Crime Story. Be sure to ch-ch-check out Ryan's discussion about AHS with Andy (above), and then take a peek at his tease about casting for his various different shows (below)!
Let the shading of epic proportions begin!
And based on the first full trailer for Feud: Bette and Joan, there will be no shortage of big egos, campy drama, and actual kicks to the head!
The new trailer finally gives us a better look at Susan Sarandon (Davis) and Jessica Lange (Crawford) as they torment each other during the making of their 1962 classic What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
We also get a cheeky narration from Olivia de Havilland (Catherine Zeta Jones), who sums up the "rivalry" between the two in terms we can still appreciate today!
Ch-ch-check out the twisted trailer (below) and catch Feud: Bette and Joan Sunday, March 5, at 10 p.m. on FX!
What's up with our culture's obsession with women feuding?
It's no secret that Lea Michele and Naya Rivera didn't really see eye to eye during their days filming Glee — but the hit show's co-creator Ryan Murphy is here to say that several of the guys "didn't get along" either, something that was never publicized!
The showrunner also chopped up the divide between the leading ladies to being young and famous.
He told E! News while discussing his new show on FX called — you guessed it – Feud: