Looking forward to FX's new terror-based TV series, "American Horror Story", but weren't sure if you were ever actually going to see it? Rest easy, horror hounds, good news has come.
And even more casting news has come in for FX's next terror based TV series, "American Horror Story". Everyone loves a good mean girl, and this soon-to-be-here series has found its smokin' hot curmudgeon.
And the cast continues to flesh out for "Glee" creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's next TV series for FX, American Horror Story. This time picking up some talent who have spent more than their fair share of living with the dead.
The casting news continues for FX's "American Horror Story" from the creators of the smash hit "Glee", this time throwing some kids into the mix because after all ... what's a horror story without some youngins in trouble?
More casting news coming in for the highly anticipated FX pilot series, "American Horror Story". After climbing Hamburger Hill this should be nothing more than a cake walk for the latest seasoned actor to join the show.
Any lady who can handle the advances of a giant gorilla is okay in our book! New casting news has come in for FX's latest genre show, "American Horror Story", and we have all the details you need right here awaiting your perusal.
And another great actor will be bringing us some good old fashioned televised terror as a "True Blood" veteran has signed up for active duty on FX's latest series foray into the supernatural.
More casting news coming in for yet another upcoming genre themed television pilot. Lord knows we haven't had much TV news lately. Read on for the details.
While traffic on Hollywood Boulevard is always a nightmare on any given night, it was the "Black Carpet Premiere" for Platinum Dunes' A Nightmare on Elm Street that really stopped traffic this past Tuesday evening, and of course Dread Central's red carpet team of Heather Wixson and Brian Smith were on hand to talk with cast members about their feelings on this new direction and vision of Freddy Krueger.
Connie Britton, who plays Nancy's mom in Samuel Bayer's re-imagining of the Wes Craven classic A Nightmare on Elm Street, is never one to mince words, and she had some really interesting things to say about the new film. Curious? We know you are.
Brad Fuller, one of the producers of Platinum Dunes' Nightmare on Elm Street reboot, has been busy Tweeting from behind the scenes. Along with answering a ton of the fans' questions, he also posted two shots of the film's stars, Kyle Gallner (Quentin) and Connie Britton (Nancy's mother, Marge Thompson).
I have no idea what gives Platinum Dunes the faux confidence to think they can do Wes Craven one better with their upcoming (and woefully unnecessary) redux of A Nightmare on Elm Street, but it's on its way to movie theaters faster than you can say “Friday the 13th sucked!”