I’ve added screencaptures of this weeks episode of American Horror Story, this episode is also Sarah’s debut as a director, I am so proud of her! This is the highest rated episode on IMDB scoring 9.9/10. In this weeks episode she portrayed Billie Dean Howard, enjoy.
Last night Sarah attended the ELLE’s Women In Hollywood Celebration in Los Angeles, I have added images of her arrivals, inside the show and backstage. Enjoy
Screencaptures from this weeks episode of American Horror Story titled “Boy Wonder” have been added to the gallery. I loved this episode! You can view the preview for next week’s episode which Sarah is directing.
On confronting the sexism that Marcia Clark faced:
“People forgot that Marcia Clark was a living, breathing person with a heartbeat and two children and a divorce she was going through. As a woman, she was supposed to show up in some outfit that would be perceived as soft and appealing, when she was actually trying someone for a double homicide. I myself had ideas about Marcia Clark that had been fed to me [by the media]. I realized, Wow, I got this so wrong back then.”
On ageism in Hollywood:
“Interest in me sparked when I was in my very late thirties. I have absolute terror and fear that someone’s gonna go, ‘You turned 45. Bye-bye.’ I hope I don’t get told to go back to bed. I have a lot more to do and say. But there’s this notion that women fall apart after 45. It’s been perpetuated by Hollywood by not putting the stories of women over certain ages front and center. They’re dictating what they think is interesting, and we are consuming it and deciding that what they’re telling us is true.”
On the public’s fascination with her relationship with Holland Taylor:
“I didn’t choose to fall in love with the person I fell in love with. But I think why it’s interesting to people is that on paper, it’s unconventional. For a person who might find themselves in a situation that they fear will be misperceived or judged, maybe they could see me living my life in a way that is authentic to me—just trying to be as real as possible. If that inspires anybody else, that can’t be a bad thing.”
On equal representation:
“This movement can be misconstrued as ‘Hey, men, get out of the way.’ I just want a seat at the table where they’re all sitting, and have been for so long. I want a cushion—a cushy seat—and a sense that I have value and I’m allowed to stay. I have been very lucky because a lot of my sense of empowerment has come from working with Ryan Murphy. It’s a bit of an anomaly to have found my voice because of this one particular man. But it’s also a way of saying this can happen. You don’t need to push any gender out of the way to find your spot.”
On female friendship:
“Back when I was a young person [watching television], forming opinions about what women were like together, there was a lot of cattiness. A lot about clothing and fights over shoes. I had a screwed-up thought process about [female friendship]. I had to confront it on the set of Ocean’s 8. It was the first time a lot of us had been in a movie with seven other women. I thought, ‘Why are you going into this with the expectation that this isn’t going to go well?’ People were worried: ‘Who’s gonna take too long to come out of the makeup trailer?’ They never waited a single day for any of us. We were always ready. But I did have to ask myself, ‘Where did I come up with this idea that women can’t work together and support each other?’ I now have a new map in my body, molecularly, from the experience.”
On balancing her personal and professional life:
“I don’t have children; I’m not married. But I have a lot of intimate relationships—my nieces and nephews, and a wonderful circle of friends. I don’t see them enough. This idea that you can have it all is another thing to be challenged. Somebody once said to me, ‘You can have anything you want, but you can’t have everything.’ You can’t be awake and asleep, or here and also at home. You have to make choices. But I’ve gotta strike while the iron’s hot. Right now, people are calling. They may stop really soon. So I want to make hay while the sun shines. That’s a lot of things I just did there…iron, hay. But you know, the window is open. I’m just trying to muscle it open as long as I can and get it as wide as possible.”
Sarah attended the Premiere of The Haunting of Hill House in Los Angeles (October 8) I’ve added images to our gallery sorry for the wait, enjoy viewing them.
Sarah attended Jimmy Kimmel Live(October 2) in the interview she talked about the current season of American Horror Story. I’ve added images of her appearance in the gallery, sorry about the wait. Enjoy viewing the photos.
I’ve added screencaptures from this weeks episode of American Horror Story “Could It Be Satan”. You can also find a preview for next weeks episode entitled “Boy Wonder”. Enjoy viewing the caps.
Hi all, I’ve added screencaptures of Sarah in last nights episode of American Horror Story, such a good episode! We finally got to see Cordelia back again enjoy viewing the screencaptures.
I have added screencaptures from this weeks episode of American Horror Story “The Morning After“. Enjoy viewing the screencaptures and you can find a preview for next weeks episode below.
Hi everyone! Sarah attended the Television Academy Honors Emmy Nominated Performers last night, our gallery has been updated with high quality images enjoy viewing them!