Kim Kardashian Got An Acting Coach To Prepare For Her “American Horror Story” Role
Just last month, it was announced that Kim Kardashian will be joining the 12th season of Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story: Delicate because her performance in PAW Patrol was obviously gripping! Patti LuPone, Sharon Stone, and fans of the show have been quick to condemn the decision because Kim’s not an actress. This is extra awkward since half of the scripted projects she’s been in; she just had to play herself. But this time, Kim’s got an acting coach, and she’s going to prove us all wrong!!! Or die (of humiliation) trying.
Timothée Chalamet Will Do His Own Singing While Playing Bob Dylan In Biopic
When Timothée Chalamet saw Austin Butler singing and gyrating as Elvis Presley on the big screen, he said, “Hold my… (*checks age*) beer.” Actually, it’s been a few years since 27-year-old Timothée signed on to play a young Bob Dylan in a biopic pic about Bob’s early days in NYC with James Mangold set to direct. But it looks like it’s actually going to happen, and Timothée is preparing his vocal cords for the role. Because the strength of a biopic now rests mainly on how long its leading actor can keep talking like the film’s subject after wrapping, so if Timmy can hold it down, he’s gonna be accepting his future Oscar with a nasally 60s cadence in no time!
Brian Cox Drags Method Acting Again And Wants Actors To Just “Read The Fucking Lines”
The fourth and final season of HBO’s Succession starts on Sunday, and no one is probably happier about this than Brian Cox because it means he never has to deal with Jeremy Strong’s method fuckery ever again. Brian Cox has made his feelings about method acting very clear before (read: he hates it). Recently, he called Jeremy Strong a very good actor but said it’s “fucking annoying” to be around someone who is always in character. But Jeremy doesn’t mind and told GQ in a recent interview that Brian has “earned the right” to call out his method acting. And, well, Brian took advantage of that “right” once again during his appearance on Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Brian made sure we all know that he meant what he said.
Jeremy Strong Says That Brian Cox “Has Earned The Right” To Call His Method Acting “Annoying”
The fourth season of Succession is on the horizon which means we have earned ourselves a treat from deliciously salty pee-paw Brian Cox for our patience. As we know from the many Werther’s Originals he’s dug out of his pockets in the past, Brian is of the Sir Lawrence Olivier Academy of Not Giving a Fuck and thinks that method actors, like Jeremy Strong who plays his son on Succession, are a total buzz kill. He’s said as much in the past. Even before (and during) that 2022 New Yorker profile highlighting what Jeremy calls his method of “autonomous concentration.” In a new interview with Town & Country, Brian says that The Jeremy School of Doing Too Much “is fucking annoying,” adding that he thinks he’s an incredible actor, but “when you’ve got the gift, celebrate the gift. Go back to your trailer and have a hit of marijuana, you know?”
Austin Butler Says That He’s Getting Rid Of His Elvis Accent
Oscar nominee and Vanessa Hudgen’s best friend, Austin Butler, is getting rave reviews and ovations for his performance in Elvis. He’s already won a Golden Globe, so now he’s got to campaign campaign CAMPAIGN to win the fight against Brendan Fraser, Colin Farrell, Bill Nighy, and Paul Mescal. We already heard from Austin’s singing coach that he probably shook up his vocal cords with his Elvis voice so much that it might stick with him FOREVER. And now Austin’s talking, and well, Elvis (or his accent, anyway) will be leaving the building (Austin’s vocal cords) soon.
Austin Butler’s Singing Coach Explains Why The Anaheim Native Still Talks Like Elvis Presley
Elvis left the building for the last time way back in 1977 but nobody knew where he went until three years ago when he heard Baz Lurhman was making a biopic about him and crawled up Austin Butler’s ass for one last chance at fame and fortune. And as we heard in Austin’s Golden Globes acceptance speech for Elvis, he’s still posted up in there, pulling Austin’s levers like Ratatouille but from the inside. And I get it. I really do. In the afterlife, once you’ve found a warm, comfy celebrity ass to haunt, why would you waste your good spectral energy floating around drive-by-night Las Vegas wedding chapels waiting for Jennifer Lopez to roll through with one of her exes? It’s simply nonsustainable for a ghost as famous, and let’s be real, as vain, as Elvis. And according to Austin’s voice coach, Elvis may never leave.