Hello, everyone! Sarah attended National Women’s History Museum’s 7th Annual Women Making History Awards today, And you can see the first images on our gallery, more to come later!
I’ve added screencaptures of Sarah in the premiere episode of American Horror Story Apocalypse, in this season Sarah will be portraying three characters Whilhemina Venable (which she is playing in this episode) Cordelia Foxx and Billie Dean Howard. Enjoy viewing the screencaptures.
Even Sarah Paulson, who is an Emmy winner (for American Crime Story) and who was a five-time nominee (for American Horror Story), acknowledges that in the era of Peak TV, anything can happen when it comes to TV’s biggest night.
“I wasn’t nominated last year for American Horror Story and sometimes that happens, where a show has been on for a long time and the voters just start to move on,” Paulson told The Hollywood Reporter when speaking about her sixth Emmy nomination this year. The nod, for her role on FX’s American Horror Story: Cult, came as somewhat of a surprise. “There is so much content and so much extraordinary work happening on television these days. I wasn’t unaware that the nominations were happening, but I wasn’t expecting to hear my name.”
The official trailer for the brand new season of American Horror Story has been released! Sarah is playing three characters: Venable,Cordelia Foxx,Billie Dean Howard.
— AmericanHorrorStory (@AHSFX) 5 September 2018
EW-At some point, American Horror Story might just be a one-woman show featuring Sarah Paulson as all the characters.
The Emmy-winner is playing three different characters on this season’s Apocalypse — Cordelia Goode, Billie Dean Howard, and a new face named Venable.
The latter seems to be making her debut in this latest teaser for the new season of the Ryan Murphy/Brad Falchuk anthology series premiering on Sept. 12.
Her character appears to be controlling a lottery for those who’d like to live past the end of days. “This is your chance to survive,” she says.
— AmericanHorrorStory (@AHSFX) 22 August 2018
Sarah Paulson is maverick! Paulson features in Esquire’s annual celebration list of those who aren’t afraid to go against the grain.
The actress resists categorization on the red carpet, too, where she’s shaking up Hollywood’s predictable fashion scene. At the London premiere of Ocean’s 8, she wore a pink Valentino gown that was equal parts arty and feminine, then went punk for the New York premiere in an electric lime-green Prada number. “I look like a giant highlighter,” she later joked. We call it a bright spot. If anyone knows Paulson at her core, it’s Ryan Murphy, with whom she’s collaborated nonstop since Nip/Tuck in 2004. The partnership isn’t likely to end anytime soon. “He makes me feel seen,” Paulson says. “You don’t leave somewhere where you’re being celebrated and challenged. It’s like being in a marriage that works.” That marriage has garnered Paulson six Emmy nominations, and a win for American Crime Story.
Paulson’s back on the big screen next fall as part of the stellar cast of The Goldfinch. She will also return to another Murphy project—playing Nurse Ratched in a Netflix series exploring the origin story of everyone’s favorite battle-ax. We bet you’ll hardly recognize her. —A. W.
See the complete list at Esquire
Variety-Somehow, despite their long careers in the industry, Sandra Oh and Sarah Paulson have never met. They’ve both worked for two of the most prolific creators on television, Shonda Rhimes and Ryan Murphy. They’ve both done the Emmy dance before — Oh’s nomination for “Killing Eve” is her sixth, while Paulson won the trophy back in 2016 for “ The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” and just earned her seventh nom overall for the latest iteration of “American Horror Story.” But television is a peripatetic business, which found both on sets all over the country, if not the world, throughout their working lives.
What do awards mean to you?
Sarah Paulson: I could pretend it’s meaningless. I couldn’t pretend it doesn’t thrill me because it’s cooler and you don’t want to give too much weight to these things, because to me the work itself has been the reward. But I can’t deny that doing any work that is recognized or appreciated is meaningful to me, and to be recognized by other actors is obviously very meaningful and also maybe it means I will get to continue doing it for more years, which is always going to be the goal. It sure doesn’t suck! I can put it bluntly like that.
Hello, folks! It’s the summer press tour for the Television Critics Assn. and the day started with good news as FX executives announced the renew of American Horror Story 10th season that will air in 2020.
Later, Sarah joined her American Horror Story co-star and executive producers to discuss the new season, Apocalypse, with the journalists. And we learned that Paulson will direct the sixth episode of the season, which will see the return of Jessica Lange and is going to play three characters: Venable, psychic Billie Dean Howard and Supreme witch Cordelia Foxx.
“The story begins with the end of the world and then our world begins,” executive producer Alexis Martin Woodall said of “American Horror Story: Apocalypse.”
Adding that the story for the eighth installment of Ryan Murphy’s anthology series “starts in the real world [in a] very tangible and familiar [place],” Woodall noted that in launching a tale about the apocalypse, what becomes important is “What’s the fantasy of what happens next?”
“If we’re still here, the world didn’t totally end,” she said.
“American Horror Story: Apocalypse” is the murder house and “Coven” crossover season, which means characters from both will appear. Paulson shared that she will actually be playing three characters this season, including psychic Billie Dean Howard and Supreme witch Cordelia Foxx.
“Cordelia is the Supreme for now. At the beginning of our story, that is the title she still holds. I don’t know how long that is going to last,” she admitted.
But given that “it’s the apocalypse in the truest sense of the word,” Paulson continues, the Cordelia audiences will meet in this season is not having as much fun as in the past.
“Enjoyment is a not possible at his particular juncture at the story. She’s not running around snorting cocaine like her mother and throwing young riches against the wall, though she may like to be doing that,” she said.
Read more at Variety
Glass headed up to SDCC to preview its upcoming sequel. This engaging panel featured cast discussion and an exclusive trailer. The panel was moderated by Yvette Nicole Brown and Sarah was there alongside her co-stars Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, and Anya Taylor-Joy., plus director M. Night Shyamalan.
Below you can find photos in our gallery.
Hello, folks! The cast of ‘Glass’ headed up to San Diego Comic-Con to promote the movie and we got a new poster exclusively for this and the first trailer where we can see more of Sarah’s character. Watch it below and check our gallery for screencaptures.