Adam Levine... actor? Sounds like a horrifying thought to us.
Of all the new actors who have joined the second season of Ryan Murphy's hit FX series American Horror Story, Chloë Sevigny might have the most intriguing role. Sure, it's fun to see Maroon 5's swaggering front man Adam Levine lose his arm and Babe's gentle farmer James Cromwell act like a scumbag psycho, but with her troubled upbringing and lusty attitude (a no-no for the straight-laced '60s), Sevigny's Shelley is one of Briarcliff Manor's more complex inmates. The actress participated in a conference call with reporters last week and spoke about how this role came her way, how spooky it is to shoot on the Asylum set and whether she considers American Horror Story to be a guilty pleasure... or just a pleasure.
Just two guys in need of a new job.
American Horror Story Season 1 star Dylan McDermott returned to the series in a big way on last week's episode of AHS: Asylum, popping up in the present day as Johnny Thredson, the son of Zachary Quinto's Dr. Oliver Thredson a.k.a. Bloody Face. Considering that pedigree, you can expect the actor to be a major part of Asylum's endgame when the show returns for its final four episodes of the season on January 2, 2013. McDermott spoke with reporters after his first episode aired to discuss why he came back and what kind of carnage to expect from the Son of Bloody Face.