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Macaulay Culkin is living an American Horror Story
February 26th, 2020 under American Horror Story, Macaulay Culkin. [ Comments: none ]

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Ryan Murphy announced today who is going to be on the tenth edition of American Horror Story, and somehow he got Macaulay Culkin to be on the horror series. That’s right, Kevin McAlister is going to be screaming for Murphy now instead of at criminals or aftershave. He is not the only one, Evan Peters, Kathy Bates, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Sarah Paulson, Adina Porter, Lily Rabe, and Finn Wittrock will also be part of this season.

What it is about? When it will debut? What is the name of it? That we do not know. Yet, we will all be watching just to see what he does to Culkin.

When it comes to the actor, he had the best response to trending today over the news. He wrote, “just woke up and saw I was trending. Can someone explain what’s going on? Did I die again??”

I wonder if that is a spoiler of what is going to happen to his character?


Oh the horror, Sarah Paulson out of American Horror Story
July 8th, 2019 under American Horror Story. [ Comments: none ]

Ever since the second season of American Horror Story, Sarah Paulson has been a big part of the franchise. However, she is not going to travel back to 1984 for the 9th season. No reason was given for her departure, but she is also working on a non-Ryan Murphy series for FX and one for him with Netflix. Therefore she might be too busy to star in another project at this time.

At least, it is not all bad news. Variety says she might do a cameo this season. Who won’t even be doing a cameo is Evan Peters. It has already been announced that he will not be part of this season at all. His ex Emma Roberts will be starring on the drama the season. Which makes me wonder if that is why he is not going to be part of it?

Are you going to watch AHS without Paulson?


BTWF: Evan Peters in An American Crime
June 20th, 2019 under American Horror Story, Before They Were Famous. [ Comments: none ]

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Before Even Peters was part of American Horror Story, he was in Am American Crime where he was involved in a real-life crime that was an actual horror. He looks the same now as he did when was 19 in that 2007 movie.


Patty Jenkins responds to Ryan Murphy copying 1984 for AHS’s title
April 12th, 2019 under American Horror Story, DC Comics, Van Halen. [ Comments: none ]

Earlier this week, Ryan Murphy announced that the latest installment of American Horror Story will be called 1984. However, we also heard that year being used in a title for one of the most anticipated movies of next year. Wonder Woman 2 is also already taking place in the same year that Footloose, Gremlins, Nightmare on Elm Street, Revenge of the Nerds, Karate Kid, Ghostbusters, Beverly Hills Cop, Splash, Spinal Tap, Children of the Corn, Streets of Fire and Police Academy came out.

How does director Patty Jenkins feel about Murphy stealing her thunder? She wrote, “Dear @MrRPMurphy #AHS1984. Wow, what a great title!!! Oh… wait a minute. Uh… Love, #WW1984”

Say, say, say, forget Deniece Williams’ Let’s Hear It For the Boy because this time it is all about let’s hear it for the girl. I am sure you might think that is a diss, but I think we can all agree girls just want to have fun.

Hello, let’s go crazy and admit that 1984 was a thriller, therefore you cannot blame them for having an infatuation with it. Therefore, I’m so excited and head over heels for both projects, so let’s jump, get footloose, raise 99 luft balloons and cum on feel the noize for both 1984s.

UPDATE: Ryan Murphy was like you think you can take on me, you can’t. Therefore, he responded to her by writing, “Dear @PattyJenks #WW1984. Wow, what a great title!!! Oh… wait a minute. Uh… Love, #GeorgeOrwell’s1984 ;)”

Now, it is up to George Orwell to respond. Oh…wait a minute. Since he is dead, maybe Van Halen will weigh in cause they have has an album with the same name since, well, 1984. The band can show both directors a house of pain.


Will Fox and FX call 9-1-1 to report the theft of Ryan Murphy to Netflix?
February 13th, 2018 under American Horror Story, Netflix. [ Comments: none ]

If you thought that Ryan Murphy pushed the envelope really far on FX, then just wait to see what he does on Netflix when he can take things to an R-Rated level. Blood, gore, sex and cursing are in his future because he signed a major deal with the streaming service.

Beginning on July 1st, he will exclusively be creating new shows and movies for Netflix. Man this is a huge coup for Netflix because FX has basically become the Ryan Murphy network. How does he feel about the move? “I am a gay kid from Indiana who moved to Hollywood in 1989 with $55 dollars in savings in my pocket, so the fact that my dreams have crystallized and come true in such a major way is emotional and overwhelming to me. I am awash in genuine appreciation for Ted Sarandos, Reed Hastings and Cindy Holland at Netflix for believing in me and the future of my company which will continue to champion women, minorities and LGBTQ heroes and heroines.”

What about American Crime Story, American Horror Story, Feud, 9-1-1 and Pose? He said, “I am honored and grateful to continue my partnership with my friends and peers at Fox on our existing shows.” They are safe for now.

What can we expect from him on Netflix? He already has two new shows set to debut globally there and they are Ratched and The Politician.

All I know is, now that he has free reign, we better get a Popular reunion movie and Nip/Tuck revival. Dr. Sean McNamara and Dr. Christian Troy were Dr Miami before Michael Salzhauer gave himself the title.

Seriously, if Netflix steals Greg Berlanti and/or Seth MacFarlane away from traditional television, broadcast TV is screwed more than the characters will be in Murphy’s shows. ABC already lost Shonda Rimes to Netflix, so the networks cannot afford to lose any more big producers.


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