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Ryan Murphy Weighs In on Kim Cattrall & 'Sex & the City 3' Issues

If you don’t know, there’s been a lot of drama surrounding Kim Cattrall refusing to do a third Sex and the City movie and popular TV showrunner Ryan Murphy is now weighing in.

“Why don’t they just recast Samantha?” Ryan said during a recent appearance. “I don’t get it…It seems to me that there are a lot of people on that show who have a great passion for making it. I love Sarah Jessica Parker, I’ve worked with her. I think she’s amazing … She’s a great producer and has a great business acumen.”

He also suggested, “Just do one where Samantha is dead.”

Fans have been pretty upset that the third movie was scrapped, and many have made similar suggestions about Kim’s character.

A quick recap of what happened with Kim if you don’t know: Earlier this month, there were many rumors that Kim was being extremely demanding over the possibility of doing a third Sex and the City film. It was then revealed that a new movie was not going to work out and the show’s star, Sarah Jessica Parker, was upset by the news. Kim then publicly slammed SJP, and in addition, called out all her co-stars as “toxic.”

Ryan Murphy Says 'AHS: Cult' Mass Shooting Episode Will be Edited

Ryan Murphy has confirmed that the new episode of American Horror Story: Cult – which features a mass shooting scene – has been changed.

During a panel discussion on Saturday (October 7) in New York City, the 51-year-old series creator shared that the upcoming episode of the hit FX show has been edited to be less graphic following the deadly shooting in Las Vegas last weekend.

The upcoming episode of AHS was filmed before the shooting in Vegas that killed 58 people and injured hundreds more.

American Horror Story: Cult
airs on FX on Tuesday nights.

Connie Britton Will Re-Team with Ryan Murphy for '9-1-1' Pilot

Connie Britton has joined the cast of Ryan Murphy‘s upcoming 9-1-1 pilot for Fox!

This will mark the third time that Connie and Ryan have worked together following the first season of American Horror Story and the first season of American Crime Story.

Connie wrapped her role in Nashville earlier this year and she will appear in the Showtime comedy SMILF, which premieres in November.

9-11 “explores the high-pressure experiences of police, paramedics and firefighters who are thrust into the most frightening, shocking and heart-stopping situations,” according to Variety. Also set to star are Angela Bassett and Peter Krause.

'The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story' Gets First Teaser Trailer - Watch Now!

The Assassination of Gianni Versace, the second installment of American Crime Story, just got its very first teaser trailer.

The first look at the upcoming FX series arrived immediately after the premiere of American Horror Story: Cult on Tuesday night (September 5).

The 20-second teaser focuses in on the front gates of the Miami Beach Versace mansion until gunshots echo out, causing doves to go flying into the air.

Executive producer Ryan Murphy directed the premiere episode of the series, which stars Edgar Ramirez, Darren Criss, Ricky Martin and Penelope Cruz.

The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story airs in 2018.

Watch the teaser trailer below.

Ryan Murphy Reveals Lena Dunham's 'AHS: Cult' Character

Lena Dunham will be guest starring in an episode of the upcoming season of American Horror Story and her role has been revealed!

The 31-year-old actress will be playing Valerie Solanas, the women who tried to assassinate artist Andy Warhol.

The season will follow how various cult leaders rose to power. “We examine how these people rise to power – they’re idiots,” Ryan said during a Q&A with press on Friday (August 26), according to Deadline.

Lena‘s episode is all “about female rage and that’s in the country now. Solanas wrote the Scum Manifesto. She told all women to kill men, and it was their only way to rise to power.”

The actress will appear as Solanas in flashbacks during the seventh episode of the season, titled “Valerie Solanas Died for Your Sins: Scumbag.”