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First Full ‘American Horror Story: Apocalypse’ Trailer Is Bonkers

E. Oliver Whitney

September 5, 2018

Welcome to hell! Or can i say the end around the world? Or both??American Horror Story: Apocalypse, the crossover between Seasons One and three,?will imagine what life would resemble?once the world ends, and?the very first trailer is freaky as heck and simply outside of its dang mind.

After a little bit tease of footage last week, the entire trailer is here to reveal a great deal more. Within it, doomsday has?come?in addition to a handful of the survivors are shuffled into an eerie wooden safe house called Outpost 3 to prevent radiation C worth noting that prior to new season was announced being a Murder House and Coven crossover it was actually rumored to be titled?Radioactive. Sarah Paulson, playing three roles in 2010, introduces us to her new character, Venable, who runs the facility. Then things get super nutty.

Cody Fern looks to be doing his best Paul-Dano-in-There-Will-Be-Blood?as the grown-up Michael Langdon, aka the Antichrist.?Kathy Bates is back as being a new character named Ms, Meade who’s?praising Satan with him. Evan Peters’ new character, a hairdresser connected with Joan Collins’ character, has become whipped by Bates C wait truly?sure this may not be Delphine LaLaurie again? Last we were treated to she was sent locally to hell so-

Also the?Coven witches have returned plus the Rubber Man has returned (is the fact that Tate inside?). Like I said, Apocalypse looks insane, not forgetting style of confusing since multiple actors are going to be playing multiple roles. Paulson is Cordelia, but she's also Billie Dean Howard?and this new Venable woman. It would prove tough only for diehard fans to adhere to along.?Nevertheless the real question: where the heck is Jessica Lange?? Provide me Constance now please.

Hopefully we’ll understand when all the madness ensues and AHS: Apocalypse?premieres on September 12.

Gallery – Every Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson AHS Character, Ranked


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