Entertainment Weekly Interview With Ryan Murphy



Tim Stack of EW sat down with Ryan Murphy of 'AHS: Asylum' to chat about last nights season changing episode and the future of not just the Asylum but the series as a whole. Check out some of the interview, then follow link to the rest over at EW.com. Huge spoiler alert, so beware...

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[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED THE LATEST AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM]
It’s getting down to the final episodes of American Horror Story: Asylum so it’s not surprising that we’re starting to see characters bid adieu. Last night, devil-possessed nun Sister Mary Eunice (Lily Rabe) and former Nazi Dr. Arden (James Cromwell) both bit the dust. Also, within this hour, is a clue to the super-secret season three storyline of American Horror Story as EW reported earlier. Murphy dishes to EW exclusively about more potential deaths as well as some hints as what next year’s AHS will look like.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: I love the musical number. It’s almost like a Glee/AHS crossover.
RYAN MURPHY: Maybe. I never thought about Glee when we were doing it. The fun of it, I think, is that you’re in Sister Jude’s shock therapy-induced fantasy. The idea was to really do a musical number that was something very ‘60s crossed with Jacob’s Ladder because it was in her head and it was sort of the beginning of her descent. It was very fun to do. We spent almost a whole day doing it

It was hilarious and, especially since the season has been so dark, it’s a nice moment of levity. And Jessica looks like she’s having a ball.
She did. She had a ball. I think after the darkness of the season I think she quite enjoyed looking like Dusty Springfield.

Read the rest of the interview here.

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