Alfred Hitchcock must be rolling over in his grave right now!
Not because he hates Bates Motel — the A&E prequel to his critically adored thriller, Psycho — but because being stuck in the same pine box for thirty-plus years sounds totes uncomfortable!
We think he's due for a repositioning, LOLz!!
Above ground, meanwhile, the lovely Vera Farmiga and her adorbzies TV son Freddie Highmore star as Momma Bates and loving son Norman in a super-scurry modern retelling of the creepiest story ever put to paper!
Ch-ch-check out six mysterious minutes from the Bates Motel premiere (above)!
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Watch the series premiere on Monday, March 18… if you dare!!
Anyone who has ever wondered what happened to that adorable kid from Finding Neverland and Tim Burton's Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory is about to get one HELLUVA rude awakening!
Because apparently, he grows up to be the serial killer Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho!
But in the upcoming A&E prequel mini-series, Bates Motel, the now-very-grown-up Freddie Highmore takes on the role made famous by Anthony Perkins as a teenager, with Vera Farmiga portraying his eventually-very-skeletal mother!
Back in 2014, the eldest Duggar daughters -- Jana, Jill, Jessa and Jinger -- released an advice book.
Growing Up Duggar gave tips on all sorts of relationships, including ones with friends, parents, and even siblings.
Given the recent disclosure that eldest Duggar child Josh Duggarmolested his sisters twelve years ago, it's safe to assume at least one (and potentially all) of the book's authors was his victim (as most of the other Duggar daughters weren't even born at that time).
In a story you'll see on PerezHilton.com first, there's a whole chapter entitled "Your Relationship With Your Siblings" devoted to the topic, including brother-sister relationships. Did the eldest daughters hint at the molestation in their book? Check out these excerpts and decide:
In the first part of the chapter, the sisters (who write collectively) talk about reacting to siblings who "misbehave" or "treat [them] unfairly."