As American Horror Story‘s Pepper, actress Naomi Grossman is breaking down Hollywood’s beauty standards. And after years of working, she’s finally getting the recognition she deserves on a high-profile series. But who is the woman behind Freak Show‘s most peculiar character? Read more…
Angela Bassett isn’t the only cougar who enjoys working with the dreamy Evan Peters. American Horror Story: Freak Show‘s Kathy Bates may have been *SPOILER* killed off this week, but the actress has nothing but amazing memories from the set — especially those involving the 27-year-old. Read more…
Breathe, people. It’s only been hours since the latest heart-stopping American Horror Story: Freak Show episode, but it’s important to stay calm. (Believe us, we’re still in shock, too.)
Matthew McConaughey‘s family helps him celebrate his new Hollywood honor, David Spade brings back his awkward facial hair while shooting Joe Dirt 2, skateboard pro Tony Hawk makes history and more First Dibs.
The Internet is still recovering from last night’s premiere of American Horror Story: Freak Show, and we can’t blame people because — damn, it’s good. From the triumphant return of Pepper (Naomi Grossman) to Jessica Lange‘s utter ferocity and Sarah Paulson‘s psychological prowess, Freak Show is shaping up to be one of the best and creepiest — um, hey there, Twisty — AHS seasons yet.
As we tightly clench our admission tickets in anticipation for tonight’s Freak Show, we can’t help but be excited about seeing our favorite American Horror Story players reincarnated as their scariest characters yet. One aspect of AHS that we can count on to not be scary is the acting, which is always, hands-down, some of the most unmatched on network television.
Robert Downey, Jr. says Iron Man 4 just might finally happen, Lea Michele learns what it’s like to be dissed by Jessica Lange, and Marc Jacobs is all about Grindr. All that and more in Last Lap!
When FX — stylized as fX to suggest effects — was first launched in 1994 it was definitely a risk. The channel was built around live programming meant to create an interactive viewing experience tapping into the early days of the Internet. It was certainly bold. It was definitely original. But it didn’t last long.