Netflix’s adaptation of Jessica Knoll’s novel Luckiest Girl Alive starring Mila Kunis has rounded out its cast, adding Finn Wittrock, Scoot McNairy, Chiara Aurelia, Thomas Barbusca, Justine Lupe, Dalmar Abuzeid, Alex Barone, Carson MacCormac Jennifer Beals and Connie Britton.
Mike Barker is directing the pic, with Bruna Papandrea and Jeanne Snow for Made Up Stories producing along with Erik Feig and Lucy Kitada for Picturestart and Kunis for Orchard Farm Productions
Knoll will exec produce as will Lisa Sterbakov for Orchard Farm Productions, Shayne Fiske Goldner for Picturestart; Steve Hutensky for Made Up Stories and Barker. Julia Hammer will co-produce for Picturestart.
The film centers on Ani FaNelli, a sharp-tongued New Yorker who appears to have it all: a sought-after position at a glossy magazine, a killer wardrobe, and a dream Nantucket wedding on the horizon. But when the director of a crime documentary invites her to tell her side of the shocking incident that took place when she was a teenager at the prestigious Brentley School, Ani is forced to confront a dark truth that threatens to unravel her meticulously crafted life. Who each person will be unknown at the time though insiders add Aurelia will play the younger version of Kunis.
The first official footage from “American Horror Story: Double Feature” has been released! Thanks to AHS ZONE for the footage!
At long last, FX has set a late August premiere date for American Horror Story: Double Feature, which will arrive after the anthology spin-off.
American Horror Story season 10 sets an August premiere date on FX and Hulu. Ryan Murphy’s long-running anthology series has seen its fair share of ups and downs over the years. Centering on everything from a standard haunted house to a witch’s coven, American Horror Story has remained a consistent fan favorite with its impressive rotating cast and larger than life tales. Season 10 is so far shaping up to be one of the biggest yet, with a record-breaking budget and a roster filled with beloved returning players. At the same time, though, much of American Horror Story season 10 remains a mystery.
Officially titled American Horror Story: Double Feature, the latest season was once scheduled to debut last year. However, when the coronavirus pandemic pushed production back considerably, fans were left waiting longer than expected. Plot specifics for season 10 are still being kept under wraps, but the cast will include those like Sarah Paulsen, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe, Angelica Ross, Finn Wittrock, Frances Conroy, Emma Roberts, Paris Jackson, and Macaulay Culkin. American Horror Story: Double Feature is said to tell two scary stories, one of which will take place by the sea and the other by land.
At long last, American Horror Story season 10 has an official premiere date. FX has announced Double Feature will debut on August 25 before becoming available on Hulu the next day. This means season 10 will drop more than a month after the anthology spin-off American Horror Stories, which debuts on July 15.
In scoring an August premiere date, American Horror Story season 10 becomes the first cycle of the series to premiere outside of September or October. The fall season has often felt like the appropriate time for the horror series, but perhaps the aquatic theme will lend itself well to the late summer debut. Additionally, American Horror Story: Double Feature‘s positioning after the spin-off’s premiere means it might be a while before more information about season 10 is revealed. FX will want to focus on promoting American Horror Stories first.
Still, after waiting longer than expected for the arrival of American Horror Story season 10, fans can finally rest in the knowledge that they know exactly when it will premiere. A trailer could arrive by the end of the month, or perhaps it will be timed to air alongside American Horror Stories. Either way, American Horror Story: Double Feature is just under three months away. Murphy will likely supply a few more teases in the meantime, so there’s still time for speculation about what lies ahead.
“American Horror Story: Double Feature” will premiere in the fall and consist of 10 episodes!
While the official premiere for “AHS: Double Feature” has yet to be announced, it is expected to conclude around Halloween. The finale could air in October or November, depending on when “American Horror Stories” premieres, as #AHS10 will debut AFTER the spin-off’s last episode.
Added new outtakes of Finn Wittrock from Behind The Blinds’ photoshoot to our photo gallery!
Green Lantern star Finn Wittrock describes the audition process to get cast as Guy Gardner in DC’s live-action HBO Max original series.
inn Wittrock details the casting process for DC’s Green Lantern HBO Max show. Years after Ryan Reynolds’ failed Green Lantern movie, WarnerMedia, DC, and HBO Max are taking another shot at bringing the Green Lanterns to the screen. This will come with a live-action TV show spanning decades that will feature several different Green Lanterns, except for the intergalactic group’s two biggest members: Hal Jordan and John Stewart. The series, created by Greg Berlanti, Seth Grahame-Smith, and Marc Guggenheim, is in the midst of finding actors to play the multiple Green Lanterns.
It has already been confirmed that Green Lantern will feature characters like Alan Scott, Guy Gardner, Simon Baz, Jessica Cruz, Kilowog, and Sinestro. The series will span several decades that explores the history of the Green Lantern Corps and should feature a big and diverse cast. So far, DC has only cast one actor for the ten-episode first season, with American Horror Story‘s Finn Wittrock set to play Guy Gardner. Now that Wittrock’s involvement is publicly known, he’s free to speak about how he got the coveted role.
During an interview with Rotten Tomatoes, Finn Wittrock was asked about his interest in becoming a superhero and how he got the part. The actor revealed that this potentially career-changing role came after doing an old-fashioned screen test. Wittrock broke down the Green Lantern casting process in full detail, which led to him officially getting the part only a week later.
I did an old-fashioned screen test if everyone knows what that is. Usually on an audition, you go to a casting office or here, I’ve done lots of auditions here in front of a screen. But the old school way of doing it was you go to a studio and they put lights and a camera like a real film and you do a proper scene, so that’s what I did. It was kind of daunting and way bigger than I thought it would be. Vickie Thomas, who’s this casting director who I was always a little, not scared of, but an impressive woman, she sat on this dolly as they pushed into my face on this little stool and read with me. She has a special place in my heart. Then like a week later I found out I got it, so it was very cool. I was very thankful.
Wittrock doesn’t detail how long the Green Lantern audition process took or how many meetings he had with DC prior to the role-clinching screen test. Still, this provides some details about what he went through to get the part, and what other actors are likely set to experience as they try to become his co-stars. Based on Wittrock’s comments, it sounds like he is already impressed with the scale of Green Lantern from the screen test alone. Once the actual filming begins later this year, Wittrock will presumably experience even bigger sets, especially when it comes time for the action scenes.
Now that Wittrock is already cast and familiar with Green Lantern‘s screen testing auditions, it will be fascinating to see if he is involved in any other auditions. It is not uncommon for one actor to participate in auditions for their co-stars so producers can see who has the best chemistry. It is unknown how much Wittrock’s Guy Gardner will interact with Green Lantern‘s other main characters, but it is confirmed that his story begins in 1984 with a half-alien Lantern named Bree Jarta. No actress has been cast in that role yet, so Wittrock could take part in additional screen tests so Green Lantern can find the right screen partner for him.
Hi, Finn fans! I’ve added some HD screen captures of Finn Wittrock as Bart in Long Weekend. Check them out in the photo gallery!
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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced that the romantic comedy Long Weekend from writer and director Steve Basilone will debut on Digital on May 11 and on DVD on May 25, 2021. The film stars Finn Wittrock (American Horror Story), Zoë Chao (Love Life), Casey Wilson (Happy Endings), Jim Rash (Community), Damon Wayans Jr. (New Girl) and Wendi McLendon-Covey (Bridesmaids).
When down-on-his-luck Bart (Finn Wittrock, American Horror Story) has a chance encounter with the enigmatic Vienna (Zoë Chao, Love Life), the two fall fast and hard. An enchanted weekend courtship leads to unexpected revelations, but the secrets both carry could be their undoing or the chance for a fresh start.
Finn Wittrock (American Horror Story) has been tapped to star as Guy Gardner/Green Lantern in HBO Max’s upcoming series based on the DC characters, from Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.
Written by Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Seth Grahame-Smith, Green Lantern reinvents the classic DC property through a story spanning decades and galaxies, beginning on Earth in 1941 with the very first Green Lantern, secretly gay FBI agent Alan Scott, and 1984, with cocky alpha male Guy Gardner (Wittrock) and half-alien Bree Jarta. They’ll be joined by a multitude of other Lanterns — from comic book favorites to never-before-seen heroes.
Wittrock’s Guy Gardner/Green Lantern is a hulking mass of masculinity, and, as rendered in the comics, an embodiment of 1980s hyper-patriotism. And yet, Guy is somehow likable.
Berlanti, Guggenheim and Grahame-Smith executive produce with Geoff Johns, Sarah Schechter, David Madden and David Katzenberg; Elizabeth Hunter and Sara Saedi co-executive produce.
The Guy Gardner incarnation of Green Lantern headlined the 1997 CBS Justice League of America pilot, in which the character was played by Matthew Settle.
Wittrock has earned two Emmy nominations, for American Horror Story: Freak Show and for Versace: American Crime Story. He is joining the Berlanti TV universe after working exclusively in series for the past seven years with another mega TV producer, Ryan Murphy. Wittrock has done multiple installments of AHS, including the upcoming 10th season, which he recently wrapped, as well as Versace and Ratched, which has been renewed for a second season. In features, he will next be seen in Deep Water and A Mouthful of Air. He is repped by CAA, Weissenbach Management and Schreck Rose Dapello.