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Leslie Grossman Talks ‘American Horror Story: NYC’ and Ryan Murphy: ‘This Season Is Very Personal’

Since the days of Mary Cherry and The WB’s “Popular,” Leslie Grossman and Ryan Murphy have been teaming up to make people laugh, scream, and/or do whatever you call the involuntary horse-like sound that sometimes happens when you combine the two. And yet, “American Horror Story: NYC” sees the vivacious actress, typically known for her […]

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There Was More To Kathy Bates’ Misery Character Than The Audience Saw On Screen

“Misery” was Kathy Bates’ first big film. Rob Reiner’s adaptation of the hit Stephen King novel came in 1990, early on in Bates’ five-decade career. “Misery” would precede “Fried Green Tomatoes,” King adaptation “Dolores Claiborne,” “Titanic,” and other films she’d become known for; arguably, her recent five-year run (in various roles) on Ryan Murphy and […]

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American Horror Story Season 11: Everything We Know So Far About The Return Of The FX Horror Series

“American Horror Story” is ten seasons in and shows no signs of stopping. Since 2011, the high-concept FX anthology from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk has covered everything from murderous Los Angeles real estate to rundown circus sideshows to the real-life missing colonists of Roanoke, Virginia. Now, the show is set to return for the […]

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‘I Love My Dad’ Trailer: Patton Oswalt Catfishes His Son in Deeply Uncomfortable Comedy

Well, this is a doozy of a take on “How I Met Your Father.”SXSW Grand Jury Prize winner “I Love My Dad” stars Patton Oswalt as Chuck, a desperate father looking to reconnect with his estranged son Franklin, played by writer/director James Morosini. Chuck impersonates a waitress (Claudia Sulewski) online to strike up a relationship […]

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Asking For It Trailer: The Battle Of The Sexes Gets A Body Count

The battle of the sexes it about to get a lot bloodier in “Asking for It,” the feature debut of writer/director Eamon O’Rourke. The film follows a group of vigilante women who call themselves the Cherry Bombers and seek revenge on rapists, abusers, and the corrupt systems that empower them. “tick, tick…Boom!” star Vanessa Hudgens leads an all-star […]

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Lady Gaga Looks Back on ‘Sopranos’ Acting Debut: ‘I Can See Exactly What I Did Wrong’

Long before she became an Oscar winner for Best Original Song for “A Star Is Born,” and now a possible Best Actress Oscar contender for “House of Gucci,” a teenage Lady Gaga starred in “The Sopranos.” She had a one-off guest role in the Season 3 episode “The Telltalle Moozadell” as “Girl at Swimming Pool […]

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Real Guns Aren’t Needed on Film and TV Sets, Experts Say, Amid Calls for a Permanent Ban

While acting on four seasons of FX’s “American Horror Story,” Leslie Grossman estimates she’s been called upon to shoot a gun “several times.”“They’re never real guns,” she says. “Nine times out of 10, I’m using a rubber gun.” When the scene does call for a more dramatic close-up of a gun firing with a physical […]

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Emmy Predictions 2021: Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series — Deep Ballot Equals Hard Choices

Last Year’s Winner: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, “Watchmen”Still Eligible: No.Hot Streak: There has never been a repeat winner in this category, and one network hasn’t won twice in a row since Tom Wilkinson (“John Adams”), Ken Howard (“Grey Gardens”), David Strathairn (“Temple Grandin”) and Guy Pearce (“Mildred Pierce”) took home consecutive trophies for HBO original programs […]

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