The Toy Box is a recurring feature at /Film that rounds up some of the newest and coolest collectibles, decorations, gadgets and other memorabilia that you nerds might want for your shelves.
Today we’ve got a set of some of the best Ghostbusters figures I’ve ever seen, a new Hot Toys version of Finn as FN-2187 from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, a great collectible version of the Batmobile from the classic 1966 Batman television series and more.
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American Horror Story returns for its sixth season this fall on FX. The network and the series’ creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk haven’t revealed yet the upcoming season’s characters, setting, or theme. Of course, you would figure the marketing would give all off that information away, but so far that’s not the case. Many different trailers were made for season six of American Horror Story, teasing different genres and places, just to throw fans off.
Below, watch the latest American Horror Story season teaser.
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Posted on Thursday, August 18th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
In this edition of Theme Park Bits:
- Tickets to Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights are on sale now.
- American Horror Story will serve as the inspiration for another Halloween Horror Nights maze.
- Two attractions at Epcot are set to close in September.
- One of Universal Studios Hollywood’s oldest buildings is looking to close.
- Disney reveals new vintage clothing.
- A look at how Star Wars Land construction is changing RunDisney.
- A bizarre (and very late) change to Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster.
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FX has released a series of teaser trailers for the next season of American Horror Story, each suggesting a different plot, theme or subgenre of horror. But right now, no one but the creators of American Horror Story and the network know what season six is about, and that’s how they want it. Actually, we have seen the real trailer for season six, but we won’t know which one it is until the season premiere confirms it. FX CEO John Landgraf explained to the Television Critics Association during an executive panel, and said they have shot even more fake trailers.
“They made many more trailers than you’ve actually seen for hypothetical seasons of American Horror Story, different genres,” Landgraf said. “They’re really fun and funny and artfully made. One of them is accurate. The others are all misdirects. We’re just having fun with it. All I can say is there is a theme, a setting, a place and time but we’re not going to reveal it.” Read More »
Posted on Thursday, July 28th, 2016 by Angie Han
Each season of FX’s American Horror Story revolves around a theme, whether it’s season 1’s “Murder House,” season 2’s “Asylum,” season 3’s “Coven,” season 4’s “Freak Show,” or season 5’s “Hotel.” But the show likes to toy with its audience whenever possible, and so it’s dragging out the big reveal of the theme for season 6.
Of course, if you’re willing to sit back and be patient, FX is bound to unveil the new American Horror Story subtitle soon. But where’s the fun in that? If you’d like to guess at what the theme of the next run of episodes could be, the network has dropped some American Horror Story season 6 teasers that might offer some clues. Watch them below. Read More »
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Posted on Tuesday, November 10th, 2015 by Angie Han
To the surprise of absolutely no one, FX has renewed Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk‘s American Horror Story for a sixth season. The anthology horror series’ fifth season, which focuses on a haunted hotel in modern-day Los Angeles, premiered last month.
Because the series’ format essentially makes every season a reboot, details on American Horror Story Season 6 are still sparse. So while we wait for Murphy and Falchuk reveal more information, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to fantasize about what creepy all-American settings the series should explore. Speculate with us on what the American Horror Story Season 6 setting might be after the jump. Read More »
Ever since the anthology series American Horror Story began in 2011, we’ve gotten a single season each year, composed of 13 episodes (except the first season which only had 12 episodes). But that might change in 2016.
In a recent interview, series creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy says that he and the writing team are considering giving American Horror Story two seasons in 2016, but nothing is set in stone just yet. Read More »
The Television Critics Association panels have been going on for the past week or so, and we’ve had plenty of great updates from Fred Topel’s interviews and coverage that you can check out right here.
Today, straight from the TCA, comes some announcements from FX, which includes a renewal for a third season of The Strain, orders for two new comedy series featuring some familiar FX talent, a new home for Archer, and fall premiere dates for American Horror Story: Hotel, the second season of Fargo and more.
Get details on the new and returning FX 2015 TV shows after the jump! Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, February 25th, 2015 by Angie Han
It was a shockingly toned-down Gaga who took the stage at this weekend’s Academy Awards, but fear not, little monsters. The pop singer hasn’t lost touch with her weird side. Lady Gaga is set to star in the new season of FX’s American Horror Story, subtitled Hotel. Watch the Lady Gaga American Horror Story announcement after the jump. Read More »