American Horror Story‘s Lily Rabe has been tapped as the lead in ABC drama pilot The Visitors, from Amblin TV. Penned by Soo Hugh, The Visitors chronicles the race against the clock to defeat an unseen alien enemy out … Read More »
EXCLUSIVE: Lily Rabe has been set to star opposite Tobey Maguire in Edward Zwick’s Pawn Sacrifice, the pic about famed but troubled American chess champion Bobby Fischer. Rabe will play Fischer’s sister Joan. Zwick, Maguire and Gail Katz … Read More »
Lily Rabe has been cast as Commander Lyme in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts 1 & 2, Lionsgate said this morning. Lyme is a past … Read More »
One more American Horror Story standout is set for the FX series’ upcoming third cycle. “So thrilled to announce Lily Rabe is onboard for American Horror Story Season Three!,” co-creator/executive producer Ryan Murphy wrote on … Read More »
EXCLUSIVE: Albert Nobbs helmer Rodrigo Garcia will direct We’re Just Married, a David Rabe-scripted film. Lily Rabe will play one of the leads and she will also be a producer on the project. Rabe, best known for … Read More »
Julie Pacino and Jennifer DeLia’s Poverty Row Entertainment and producer Said Zahraoui have set Lily Rabe to play Mary Pickford in their untitled upcoming movie based on Eileen Whitfield’s biography “Pickford: The Woman Who Made Hollywood.” Josh Fagin is writing … Read More »
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UPDATED: Three more American Horror cast members from Season 1, regular Evan Peters and recurring Sarah Paulson and Lily Rabe, will return for the anthology series’ second season as regulars. They will join Jessica Lange and Zachary Quinto, all playing new characters in a new setting at a East Coast institution. AHS co-creator/executive producer Ryan Murphy made the announcement during the show’s PaleyFest panel, held at the packed Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. “We don’t want to talk about it too much, we’re still writing, anybody could pop up at any time,” he said. He didn’t want to elaborate on the returning actors’ new characters, saying only that “everyone is playing the opposite of what they played before.” As for the second season as a whole, “The only real rule on this show is no werewolves and no vampires,” Murphy quipped. Read More »