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The former 'American Horror Story' actress reunites with Ryan Murphy in the upcoming stage revival of the Eugene O'Neill classic.
'Another stage production, maybe one or two more movies, one more season of 'American Horror Story' ... and then that is it for me,' so the Emmy-winning actress says.
Series creator Ryan Murphy breaks the casting news on his Twitter, writing, 'Jessica Lange's got a sexy (and dangerous) BF this year: welcome to Coven Mr. Danny Huston!'
Bates will play the real-life Madame LaLaurie, and Lange will portray a witch named Fiona with Sarah Paulson as her daughter.
Revealing that Lange is playing an administrator of a facility, Tim Minear says her new character is 'a little more patrician' than in the first season.
Rumor has it, the estranged wife of Ashton Kutcher has left Utah's Cirque Lodge, where she was allegedly treated for addiction issues and an eating disorder, to go on a vacation.
The 'Part of Me' hitmaker additionally says, 'I do want to get back to my roots. I've been changing my hair color too much!'
Co-creator Ryan Murphy spills that he has created a new character, which is an exact opposite to Constance Langdon, for Lange in the upcoming season.
The Best Supporting TV Actress of 2012 Golden Globes admits she is considering to be part of the horror series' second season, but points out that 'nothing is definite.'
Claire Danes has also been announced as Best Actress in a TV Drama, while Idris Elba has been presented with Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Made-for-TV Movie kudo.
A representative for the 'American Horror Story' actress confirms that the couple, who have been together since 1982, have indeed ended their relationship.