Watch Lady Gaga In The First ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ Trailer

11 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Lady Gaga flashes her KNICKERS in a striking red gown on the set of American Horror Story.

She will feature in a graphic sex scene with Matt Bomer where the singer’s character the Countess gets disturbingly intimate with Donovan and two friends – who are killed in a bloody ritual.Get ready to be majorly creeped out by the first trailer for American Horror Story: Hotel featuring Lady Gaga as you’ve never.. actually as you have seen her before.In anticipation of the “American Horror Story: Hotel” premiere on Oct. 7, FX released the first full trailer for the upcoming season on Thursday with the entire cast.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly – who were given a sneak peak during filming – he said: “She’s the only actress I think I’ve worked with who wanted to do more explicit stuff than was written. “She showed up and she was wearing diamond pasties, a Band-Aid on her hoo-ha, heels, and a black veil that Alexander McQueen made for her on the day before his death. Opening with the tried and tested horror story trope of a long corridor with creepy people standing around, the trailer takes us through the Hotel Cortez from the laundry rooms to the hotel rooms and finally to the lobby where we meet Gaga’s Countess. Titled “Hallways,” the debut trailer races through the halls of the haunted hotel, giving glimpses of each character, including Lady Gaga, in the 30 second video.

The trailer is a veritable feast for anyone who loves horror as we see everything from someone sewn in to a mattress, a juicer with blood in it, to a lot of children in ghostly make up. The show’s stars, including Chloe Sevigny, Matt Bomer, Angela Bassett and Sarah Paulson, are seen roaming the corridors amongst numerous Omen-esque children, mattresses with people sewn in them and blenders filled with blood.

The eclectic artist has been pictured shooting scenes for her debut at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Urban Light installation – and fans won’t have to wait much longer until an ‘evil’ Gaga makes her appearance on the fifth season of the hit US show. A vamp not a vampire, the Countess has already been revealed to have an ancient blood virus and uses her deadly chainmail glove rather than her teeth to kill her prey. As Murphy recently revealed in an interview, Gaga’s Countess — who owns the titular Hotel Cortez — sustains her looks with a diet of sex and blood, but he hesitates to call her (or her lovers, Bomer’s Donovan and Wittrock’s Tristan) vampires. “I prefer the term ‘ancient blood virus,’” Murphy said. “It’s not vampires.

Three of Murphy’s popular television series — Glee, American Horror Story, Scream Queens — have made headlines with their use of music’s biggest stars in the cast. It makes him a prime candidate for the Countess’ charms and he is very willingly seduced and then turned by her.” Bomer’s Donovan, meanwhile, is hoping for happily ever after with the Countess, having been with her for 20 years before Tristan entered the picture. “He’s very interested in domesticity and sort of nesting and hunkering down and having her to himself every now and then, and that doesn’t go over so well with her limitless hunger,” Bomer teased. They performed the title track at the Grammy Awards earlier in the year and two weeks later, Gaga stole the Oscars with her The Sound of Music medley. 2015 may not bring everything that Back to the Future II promised it would: flying cars, self-lacing shoes, we don’t see ’em happening over the next 12 months. (Then again, don’t bet against Nike.) But this year will definitely pack plenty of punch when it comes to cultural happenings.

Mad Max will roar back out of the apocalypse while Mad Men rides off into the sunset, rock’s Antichrist Superstar and hip-hop’s Yeezus will rise again. Craig Finn is growing up. “I’m not sure I’ve ever written a song about someone who lives too carefully before,” said the Hold Steady lead singer, introducing a new song at an intimate solo show in Brooklyn last month. Tomorrow, however, Finn will release Faith in the Future, the graceful follow-up to his 2011 solo debut, Clear Heart Full Eyes; below, watch an exclusive premiere of the video for the album’s second single “Maggie I’ve Been Searching For Our Son,” which was directed by Caroline Jaecks and assembled from a collection of nearly 300 video clips and photos supplied by close to 60 Craig Finn fans.

Written in the wake of his mother’s passing in 2013, Faith may be his most personal record to date, a scaled-down showcase for his signature narrative songwriting style and precise literary detail. “When I first met [producer] Josh Kaufman and we started talking about making this record, there were two things we talked about,” says Finn. “One was elegance. I remember talking to John Darnielle of the Mountain Goats, and he was like, “If you have a work ethic of any sort, and you’re a professional musician, writing one song a day is not too much.” It’s about going to work. Now I can go back and say, “This is pretty good; this needs a bridge.” There’s this one thing that happens with indie musicians that at a certain point in their career, or a certain age, they start to be songwriters and start talking craft and all that. These people’s worlds revolve around these women, and what ends up coming out in the story might not be all about the girl, but it’s the starting point.

You could say, “I’m going to go to the gym,” or “I’m going to write a song.” Or you could say, “None of it matters.” People do get to that place, obviously, but not that many. As you continue to make solo records and gain more experience doings things outside the band, can you envision a musical future for yourself without the Hold Steady?

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