Two Hollywood legends. One fabulous FEUD. Go behind the scenes with the cast and crew for a First Look. Subscribe now for more FEUD: Bette and Joan clips: http://bit.ly/SubscribeFX FEUD: Bette and Joan, the first installment of the new FX anthology series from Ryan Murphy, tells the story of the legendary rivalry between Joan Crawford (Jessica Lange) and Bette Davis (Susan Sarandon) during their collaboration on the Academy Award®-nominated thriller What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, and well after the cameras stopped rolling. The series explores how the two women endured ageism, sexism, and misogyny while struggling to hang on to success and fame in the twilight of their careers. In addition to Academy Award winners Lange and Sarandon, the cast includes Alfred Molina as the film’s director Robert Aldrich, Stanley Tucci as studio titan Jack Warner, Judy Davis as gossip columnist Hedda Hopper, Jackie Hoffman as Crawford’s housekeeper Mamacita, and Alison Wright as Aldrich’s assistant Pauline. Notable guest stars include Dominic Burgess as Crawford and Davis’ co-star Victor Buono, Catherine Zeta-Jones as film star Olivia de Havilland, Sarah Paulson as Geraldine Page, Kathy Bates as Joan Blondell and Kiernan Shipka as B.D., Bette Davis’ daughter. FEUD: Bette and Joan is created by Ryan Murphy and Jaffe Cohen & Michael Zam. Ryan Murphy serves as Executive Producer along with Executive Producers Dede Gardner of Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment, Tim Minear and Alexis Martin Woodall. The series is produced by Fox 21 Television Studios. Watch FEUD: Bette And Joan Season 1 videos: http://bit.ly/FeudPlaylist Catch full episodes now: http://bit.ly/FeudBetteJoanFX See more of FEUD: Bette And Joan on our official site: Link to FX Show Specific Web Page Like FEUD: Bette And Joan on Facebook: http://bit.ly/FeudFacebook Follow FEUD: Bette And Joan on Twitter: http://bit.ly/FeudTwitter Follow FEUD: Bette And Joan on Instagram: http://bit.ly/FeudInstagram Like FX on Facebook: http://bit.ly/FXNetworksFacebook Follow FX on Twitter: http://bit.ly/FXNetworksTwitter Follow FX on Instagram: http://bit.ly/FXNetworksInstagram FEUD: Bette and Joan | Inside Season 1: First Look | FX https://www.youtube.com/user/FXNetworks
Here are 15 famous people who could be called nerds and in real life from Paul Rudd to Aziz Ansari these celebrities are actually hot! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 9. Emma Watson Oh, who could ever forget Emma Watson’s first major role as the brilliant and adoring young witch Hermione Granger that collectively stole our hearts? Throughout the films, Hermione's look transformed from frazzled-hair nerdy little witch to sleek hair nerdy witch. The 26-year-old has gone on to star in several movies such as The Perks of Being a Wallflower and Noah. Even though she’s all grown up, we’ll always remember her as Hermione Granger. 8. Zachary Levi You know you’re a Zachary Levi fan when you still remember the NBC show Chuck and obviously shipped Chuck and Sarah’s relationship before you even knew what shipping was. Yes, it was Levi’s big break starring in the hit tv show where he portrayed the geeky sales tech Chuck Bartowski that launched his status as a nerd. Levi went on to get even more attractive and ended up becoming a Disney prince. Life just isn’t fair. If you’re still not convinced that this tall glass of water isn’t a nerd, you should know he even hosted the game show Geeks Who Drink. 7. Aisha Tyler A true nerd to the core Aisha Tyler is. The actress and current co-host of The Talk on CBS has been one with nerd culture ever since she was growing up. She’s a huge video gamer and that’s definitely what she does on her days off. She even stated in an interview once that when she was younger she befriended a kid just so that she could play with their Atari game system! Not only that, but she’s even got some voice over credits on some hit video games under her belt. Talented, beautiful, and lover of nerd culture. She’s the whole package. 6. Andrew Garfield When Andrew Garfield was cast as the new spider man, you could just hear the collective groans from fans around the world. “Another one?”, they said. Truth be told, no one was really set until they saw this glorious face with giant glasses slapped onto it. Garfield’s portrayal as the smart, yet dorky and clumsy Peter Parker won many people over so much so that they were practically drooling all over this piece of man candy and got a sequel out of it. 5. Linda Cardellini Jinkies! Fans of Scooby Doo will recognize Linda Cardellini as the actress who portrayed the famous animated cartoon character Velma Dinkley in the live-action films. But did you know that a year prior to her role as the brains behind the scooby gang she played a certain girl who accidently murdered her father? That’s right, thanks to a fake perm, Cardellini is almost unrecognizable as Chutney Wyndham in the hilarious movie Legally Blonde. She’s gone on to be in many shows and lends her voice to several different animated roles as well. 4. John Krasinski “Jim from The Office!”, says everyone who doesn’t know the actor’s real name. How could you not know who he is? He’s married to Emily Blunt, duh. Oh by the way they just had their second child named Violet and they are definitely relationship goals. Anyways, Krasinski played Jim Halpert, half of the show’s main love storyline and was the salesman that stole fan’s hearts with his relationship with Pam Beesly. This nerdy-looking guy went on to become super ripped for his role in 13 Hours so yeah, now he’s like even more attractive. 3. Rosario Dawson Musical theatre fans know Rosario Dawson as the original Mimi in the musical and film adaption of Rent. This lovely actress happens to be super into Star Trek and is very well versed in the knowledge of Klingon, a language in the Star Trek universe. That’s a real nerd for you, she knows how to speak a fake language from her favorite tv show. That is a true fan. Comic book fans of Marvel can see Dawson starring in the Netflix show Daredevil as a nurse named Claire Temple. She also reprised the role in Jessica Jones and Luke Cage, two other Netflix original shows. 2. Paul Rudd Paul Rudd has been gradually shifted to playing dorky or nerdy characters that are also pretty handsome thanks to Rudd’s good genetics. Most recently he played the criminal turned superhero Scott Lang in Marvel’s Ant-Man and reprised his role in Captain America: Civil War as part of Team Cap. Just keep doing what you’re doing Paul. 1. Mila Kunis Mila Kunis. Where do you even start? She’s gorgeous, talented, and hilarious. Not to mention her equally attractive husband Ashton Kutcher and her are expecting their second child who is going to have amazing genes, which totally isn’t fair. The actress is definitely a nerd. At one point in her life, she was completely obsessed with World of Warcraft that it started to have a deep impact on her life. She ended up leaving it behind but says she’ll always have a great love for video games.
what to do when you're obsessed with a new character and you've made 3 videos for that character in a row and are like "this is getting ridiculous, MUST. DO. SOMETING ELSE" solution : make a video for a different character played by the same actor, from a show you really liked ;) so Chad :) I always liked him but it wasn't until I became obsessed with Zach that I got really interested and desided to rewatch his episodes in american horror story. I've also found there is only one chad video on youtube O_O ( well...two no yay!) so I had to do this :) song : supermassive black hole - muse
Jeffrey Dean Morgan talks about going on a "Walking Dead" fan cruise with other cast members from the show.
From AHS 1x01 'Pilot' "I prepare for the noble war. I'm calm, I know the secret. I know what's coming and I know no one can stop me, including myself. I kill people I like. Some of them beg for their life. I don't feel sad. I don't feel anything. It's a filthy world we live in. It's a filthy goddamn helpless world, and honestly, I feel like I'm helping to take them away from the shit and the piss and the vomit that run in the streets. I'm helping to take them somewhere clean, and kind."