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Tonight was the wrap-up to American Horror Story’s two-part Halloween installment, and viewers learned more about the dark past of Tate (Evan Peters). It appears that the school shooting fantasies plaguing Tate were not a dream but a reality, and his… Continue reading ‘American Horror Story’: Ryan Murphy talks Tate’s backstory and previews next week’s ‘pivotal’ episode — EXCLUSIVE

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SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED THE LATEST AMERICAN HORROR STORY! SPOILERS! SPOILERS! SPOILERS!

The first half of American Horror Story‘s Halloween episodes, discussed in EW’s cover story on the FX hit, aired this evening and jolted viewers wtih the shocking death of Adelaide (Jamie Brewer). Struck by a car while trick or treating as a “pretty girl,” Adelaide died despite… Continue reading ‘American Horror Story’: Ryan Murphy talks the Halloween episode and the tragic death of [SPOILER] — EXCLUSIVE

Cillian Murphy isn’t “going to contribute to the rumors or speculation” about whether he’s in ‘The Dark Knight Rises,’ he tells BBC Radio, but that’s not exactly a resounding denial, is it? He was more eager to talk about his current film ‘In Time’ during the segment, but — of course — the interviewer tried his best to get Murphy to slip up about when he last saw… Continue reading Cillian Murphy Dodges 'Dark Knight Rises' Question

Ryan Murphy’s schedule just got a little scarier: Only a week after launching the FX drama American Horror Story, he has sold a comedy pilot to NBC, following a bidding war also involving Fox and ABC, EW has confirmed. If the single-camera project — which reportedly centers on a gay couple and the surrogate who will carry their child — is picked up by the Peacock for next… Continue reading NBC buys Ryan Murphy comedy pilot

“IMPORTANT” NEWS

… He’s squeaky clean, he’s a monster, repeat. Ryan Murphy, creator of the family-friendly Glee and nightmare-inducing American Horror Story, is going nice again with a comedy at NBC. The show follows a gay couple and the woman who helps them start a family. Awww! Who could guess it’s from the same guy who likes gimp-suit ghost sex? [Deadline Hollywood]

… In strangely similar news, Oscar-bait movie The Kids Are