The filming of the tenth season of the horror anthology series has just started and its creator leaves some clues lying around.
This year, Ryan Murphy broke the net on Netflix with First Hollywood , a cheerfully revisionist series about the film industry during the 1950s and especially with the Ratched phenomenon. The suspense series with Sarah Paulson remained for several weeks at the top of the Top 10 of the most viewed content on the platform.
Murphy does it again and returns to horror with the filming of the tenth season of American Horror Story , the anthology series he produces for the American channel FX. Postponed because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the return of the series is expected in 2021 and its creator has shared a first promotional poster on his Instagram account.
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In the vein of a previous clue, we see a huge mouth made up of bright red, full of horrible sharp teeth (a reference to the magnificent The Rocky Horror Picture Show ?). We also see a reference to tattooing, a very mysterious clue after all …
We had already mentioned the idea of Ryan Murphy attacking – finally! – to the vampiresque tradition, a horrific universe underexploited by the saga. However, the filmmaker unveiled other clues, including a coastal landscape. The American magazine Deadline prefers him, relying on a tribute to aquatic monsters, from the Teeth of the Sea to The Strange Creature of the Black Lake .
A highly anticipated comeback
For now, we can only make wild assumptions on the theme of this new burst of episodes. The casting on the other hand has been made official – and it has something to delight the most invested fans. Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson and Kathy Bates should indeed make their return (after a season of absence). They will give the reply to Finn Wittrock, Lily Rabe, Adina Porter, Billie Lourd, Leslie Grossman and Angelica Ross.
Also on the go, American actor Macaulay Culkin, who everyone remembers for playing the clever kid of Mom I Missed the Plane. While waiting for him to come back to squat our television screens (a must as Christmas approaches), we encourage you to go find the former child-star in Party Monster or in Howard Zieff's film My Girl .
But what a horror!