Oh look, it’s Alfie Allen and Angela Bassett in a historical costume drama, coming soon to a streaming service near you, just in time to watch at least a couple episodes while sprawled across your couch in a post-Thanksgiving food coma.
Contrary, it seems, to the rumors that AHS would turn in the direction of The Hills Have Eyes and all the homicidal incestuous gore that connotes, Wednesday night’s premiere focused on a different, truly American horror story: the mysteries of Roanoke, the North Carolina colony that, in year 1587, effectively…
A Waiting to Exhale sequel has been rumored for years, but with Whitney Houston’s passing it seemed like the idea was bound to go with her. Blessing: One of the original film’s leads, Loretta Devine, confirmed that this sequel is (maybe) still coming.
Chadwick Boseman has been cast as Thurgood Marshall in an upcoming “courtroom thriller” about the first black Supreme Court justice. To date, this marks Boseman’s third time being cast as the lead in a biopic. Additionally, he landed the role of the Black Panther—one of the few black superheroes seen onscreen.
The first half of Wednesday’s episode of American Horror Story: Hotel was meandering and a bit slow, though it did properly and definitively identify lavender as the devil’s scent. (Thank you, Ryan Murphy.) The second half, though, got the jolt it desperately needed: a bit of plot tension and, more crucially, Angela…
It's over! American Horror Story: Freak Show is finally over! Everyone can forget the misery of trying to understand the point of this season—which might've just been that wealthy inbred white men like Dandy are cray-zay? Just a guess.
Lifetime's Whitney Houston biopic airs January 17, and marks the directing debut of acting god and life idol Angela Bassett. Last night in Los Angeles, the director, cast, and friends gathered together for its premiere (including Yaya Dacosta, above, who plays Whitney), and for the most part looked damn good doing it.
Lifetime's clips from their new Whitney Houston biopic are coming fast and furious in the weeks leading up to its January debut. Today, we got Yaya DaCosta, as Houston, recording one of the late star's biggest hits "I'm Your Baby Tonight." *does a Whitney-dressed-as-mod-Audrey Hepburn snap*
Lifetime released a new trailer for their forthcoming Whitney Houston biopic and it doesn't look bad. In fact, it looks good! Miracles can happen, folks; it's Christmas time.
Neil Patrick Harris, savior of every awards show you've ever watched, is swooping down on American Horror Story. Thank God, the Freak Show needs the help.
The movie hasn't even been made yet but already the filmmakers behind Lifetime's upcoming Whitney Houston biopic are defending the project against vocal critics, including Cissy Houston, the late singer's mother. American Horror Story's Angela Bassett, who is set to direct the film, faced the criticism head on.
Angela Bassett and her three tasseled breasts made their debut on American Horror Story on Wednesday night. Is it weird to anyone else that The Commish is her husband?
The official cast photos from American Horror Story: Freak Show are here at last and the only appropriate reaction is 'holy shit.' But 'holy shit' has to be written in the sky in giant neon orange letters. Because holy shit, these characters look really cool.
As expected, the new American Horror Story trailer is extremely weird yet somehow still diva fabulous. Kathy Bates is a bearded lady, Angela Bassett has three breasts, there's a sexy (?) three fingered man and Jessica Lange in a dramatic red and white, inspired by a circus big top. Oh, and Sarah Paulson has…
The life and times of Whitney Houston will be forever immortalized in a Lifetime film, directed by Oscar-nominee Angela Bassett.
Sometimes shows should be cancelled because they’re bad and VH1’s previously-defunct Single Ladies is just that. Unfortunately, when crappy shows have a built-in audience of more than 2.6 million viewers, some lazy network will dredge them up if only to sell more suspect Dove products against LisaRaye’s attempts at…
Actresses Angela Bassett (L) and Shailene Woodley attend the 2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards at Santa Monica Beach on March 1, 2014 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
Ooh, ooh baby. Hot just like a coven: The badass witches of American Horror Story grace the new cover of Entertainment Weekly. Cover story here. Re: Ms. Lange. Need. Those. Gloves.
Last night on the red carpet at the BET Awards, there were pretty dresses, interesting shoes, creative hairdos and Meagan Good's nipples. Let us not delay.