Marcia Clark, the crime novelist whose past life as the prosecutor in the OJ Simpson trial has attracted a large resurgence of interest, has given The Hollywood Reporter a great new interview that shows just how resilient and inspiring she truly is. And in it, she discusses what led her to become an attorney in the…
On TV at least, the flirty chemistry between Marcia Clark and Christopher Darden appears undeniable. Tuesday night’s episode of The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story brought the pair even closer, but was there really a relationship or not?
The first thing Marcia Clark said to Sarah Paulson, who plays her on American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson, when they met was, “I just want to apologize for the hair.” After watching last night’s episode, entitled “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia,” it feels like an understandable apology.
Marcia Clark spoke with Dateline NBC on Sunday night about the O.J. Simpson trial drama that made her a household name, in an interview where she called the not-guilty verdict “physically painful.”
According to Vanity Fair, The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story will explore the gender dynamics that underpinned the perception of prosecutor Marcia Clark. Played by Sarah Paulson, the series will tackle Simpson’s history of domestic abuse as well as Clark’s “presence as a powerful woman in the courtroom.”
On the heels of Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story: Hotel debut on Wednesday, two new trailers for another one of his shows, American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson, have surfaced. For the record, there are a lot… fewer wigs in these trailers than we’d hoped for?