Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 16 : For most of the people in US, 2016 Presidential elections were nothing short of a nightmare.
Now, it looks like Ryan Murphy, co-creator of 'American Horror Story' has decided to depict that actual horror onto the TV screens.
The show-runner, Murphy, revealed that the next installment of the horror series will be based on 2016 US Elections, reports E! Online.
"It's very scary and very fun and very topical, Anybody who voted in the last election will very much enjoy what it's about," Murphy said.
Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 16 : American fashion designer Michael Kors, showed off his fall winter 2017 collection at New York Fashion Week but it was not his collection which caught all the eye balls.
The designer who has been doing runway shows for more than three decades, chose Ashley Graham as the first plus-sized model to walk his ramp, reports USA Today.
New York [USA], Feb. 16 : After making the movie ' The Great Wall', actor Matt Damon did not believe that the country would be talking about some other kind of wall at the time of the film's release.
The 46 year-old recently said in an interview that he is not a believer in walls and slammed Donald Trump's decision to build a wall between Mexico and USA, reports People Magazine.
Los Angeles [USA], Feb. 16 : While we are still unsure about the future of hit TV-series 'Sherlock', actor Benedict Cumberbatch has reaffirmed his loyalty with BBC and Masterpiece by boarding their upcoming series, ' The Child In Time'.
The project is an adaptation of Ian McEwan's novel of the same name and ' Sherlock' fame is all set to both star and be the executive producer, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
"I read the novel years ago and it stayed with me profound, beautiful and very moving. Only Ian McEwan could write about loss with such telling honesty," he says.
Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 16 : Despite receiving major backlash following Beyonce's awards snub for Album of the Year at the recently held Grammys, Recording Academy President Neil Portnow has shot down suggestions that the music awards suffer from 'a race problem'.
"No, I don't think there's a race problem at all," Portnow told Pitchfork as reported by People Magazine.
"Remember, this is a peer-voted award. So when we say the Grammys, it's not a corporate entity - it's the 14,000 members of the Academy," he said.
London [UK], Feb. 15 : Art is mightier than sword, when it comes to protest against some socio-political issue.
It will once again be proved when, hours before the Oscar night, Iranian director Asghar Farhadi's Oscar nominated film 'The Salesman' will have a free premiere screening at Trafalgar Square, London.
Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is all set to organise a screening of the film, which was affected by Donald Trump's travel ban, reports The Guardian.
London [UK], Feb. 15 : The Twitter war between JK Rowling and Piers Morgan doesn't seem to be getting over soon as the Harry Potter author lands a cunning blow to Morgan on the Valentine's Day.
The 51 year-old author took to Twitter and posted a photo of a post, which termed her an "intensely" private, successful author, who has encouraged children "to read, feel inspired and be creative," reports the Guardian.
Surprisingly the piece was written by none other than Morgan himself.
London [U.K], Feb. 15 : Benedict Cumberbatch feels 'honoured' as his 'Sherlock' has topped the worldwide poll of most popular BBC television characters.
Cumberbatch said, "I'm honoured to hear that my portrayal of Sherlock has been internationally recognised as viewers' favourite BBC TV character," reports the Mirror.
Adding, "Who would have thought a high-functioning sociopath could be so popular with people all over the world?".
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