AceShowbiz - Matthew Bomer and Cheyenne Jackson have booked a stay on "American Horror Story: Hotel". The two actors are added to the cast for the next installment of FX's hit anthology series, joining Lady GaGa who was previously tapped to star on the show.
The announcement was made at the show's Paleyfest panel on Sunday, March 15. "I love collaborating with Ryan Murphy," said Bomer. "It feels like this world where there are no bounds." He will play one of the lead roles, but the characters and plot details are still kept under wraps.
Both Bomer and Jackson have had working experience with Murphy. The "White Collar" alum previously guest starred in the fourth installment of "AHS" titled "Freak Show". He has also appeared on FOX's drama musical "Glee" which was created by Murphy, and starred in HBO's movie "The Normal Heart" which was directed by Murphy.
Jackson, meanwhile, has appeared in three episodes of "Glee".
Also at the Paleyfest panel, Jessica Lange who starred in all first four installments of "AHS" confirmed that she quit the franchise. "Yes, I'm done," she said, "We've had a great run here. I have absolutely loved doing these four characters that I've had the opportunity to play. In all the madness, I've loved the writers, my actors, Ryan and the whole, I mean, insanity of it, shooting here, shooting in new orleans, the stories, everything," adding that Elsa Mars (in "Freak Show") was her favorite character.