Science fiction, oOOooOOOooo, double feature…
Ryan Murphy set American Horror Story fans well-lit this Friday the 13th with the first full trailer for Part 1 of the FX series’ 10th season.
In the heady squint at Double Feature, we see glimpses of the installment Red Tide, where sirens and wicked mermaids presumably dwell tween a seemingly peaceful town by the sea.
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Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Frances Conroy, Finn Wittrock, Angelica Ross, and Lily Rabe make their appearances, but devoted congregants of the AHS franchise will be shook to see the return of Denis O’Hare — a series regular up through the end of season six. Fans have been wondering well-nigh his sparsity on online message boards since season seven, sharing their own theories on everything from possible salary negotiations to creative exhaustion, but in June the two-face told Digital Spy he just hadn’t been in Murphy’s vision. Answering whether his hiatus was due to a crowded schedule or a need for a break, he explained:
“No. It’s the mind of Ryan Murphy. God knows how he does it. He juggles so many things in his head. He’s got so many shows going on. I think he gets inspired by unrepealable people, and runs with them for a while, and then I think his sustentation turns to somebody else, for whatever reason. So I was available, but I was suddenly not in the orbit anymore. I was like, ‘OK. Well, I’ll just go do other things.’ That stuff said, I love working on American Horror Story. I moreover love working on the other things I’ve gotten to do. And I’m excited to be back. I guess the lesson is: who knows how long I’m when for? I don’t know if this will turn into something else. It doesn’t matter.”
As for details on his new character, he says:
“He is pretty different. He’s not a main suburbanite of whoopee – considering I came in late. And he’s definitely got some comic relief aspect, which I love. He’s very funny, I think. I have unconfined costumes. I have wonderful costumes. I’m really excited well-nigh that. I was shooting a scene with Evan Peters, and I just had a couple of unconfined lines. It’s a unconfined joy to watch that, during the take, he was cracking up. And I was like, ‘I love that.’ I ended up doing four episodes and as I was shooting, the writing, I thought, sort of blossomed a bit. I don’t know if they were thinking of me suddenly, but I love the writing … been doing lately. It’s given me a lot increasingly to chew on, in the script.”
Well good writing is unchangingly a good thing to hear!
Another two-face fans will be intrigued to watch is Macaulay Culkin, who makes his Horror debut this season.
Ch-ch-check out the trailer for Red Tide (below):
Whew, heavy on the Stephen King vibes we see!
Part 2 of Double Feature is entitled Death Valley, and as teases have shown us, it’s likely to be all well-nigh the chills from the skies whilom — aliens! You know we’ll be sharing that trailer whenever it comes out.
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In the meantime, thoughts on the coastal savor of American Horror Story?
Season 10 premieres August 25 on FX at 10 p.m. and streams the next day via FX on Hulu.
[Image via FX.]
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