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Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Jamie Lee Curtis Among 700+ Celebs Who Signed Open Letter in Support of Israel Following Hamas Attacks

More than 700 Hollywood figures, including Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, and Jamie Lee Curtis, have signed an open letter condemning Hamas and supporting Israel.

The letter was released on Thursday (October 12) by the nonprofit Creative Community For Peace and calls for the entertainment industry to use their power to back Israel and speak out against Hamas following recent attacks that have killed over 1,000 Israelis.

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Angelica Ross Makes New Allegations About Ryan Murphy & How He Handled Racist Incident on 'American Horror Story' Set

Angelica Ross has more to say about her experience working with Ryan Murphy and what happened on the set of American Horror Story.

The 42-year-old actress, who says she is now “leaving Hollywood,” previously accused Ryan of accepting her pitch idea for an upcoming AHS season and then ghosting her, causing her to miss out on a Marvel role as she was under contract with FX.

Angelica also has accused co-star Emma Roberts of making a transphobic comment on set and she just revealed what the actress told her in an apology phone call.

Now, Angelica is opening up about a racist incident that allegedly happened on set and she called out Ryan for how he reacted, though a producer claims the story isn’t accurate.

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Angelica Ross Says Ryan Murphy Ghosted Her After Accepting Her Pitch for an 'American Horror Story' Season Starring Black Women

Angelica Ross says that Ryan Murphy accepted her pitch of doing a season of American Horror Story starring four black women, but then ghosted her and never responded to follow-ups about the project.

The 42-year-old actress rose to fame while playing Candy Ferocity in Ryan‘s FX series Pose and she later appeared in two seasons of American Horror Story.

Angelica has shared a screenshot of an email she says Ryan sent to her in July 2020, in which he accepted the pitch she gave him.

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Ryan Murphy & Greg Berlanti Both Make Substantial Donations To Funds For Out Of Work Cast & Crews Amid Strikes

Ryan Murphy and Greg Berlanti are both making a huge commitment to the cast and crews out of work due to the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes.

Revealed ahead of the weekend, both television producers have put up a huge amount of money towards a relief fund and also a brand new fund, set to benefit out of work actors, writers and crew members.

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The 'Glee' Cast Told Ryan Murphy They Didn't Want to Perform a Song, & It Became One of Their Biggest Hits

The cast of Glee got so much right, but Kevin McHale and Jenna Ushkowitz revealed a time that they almost got it very wrong.

During a recent episode of their podcast And That’s What You Really Missed, the duo said that the cast was so against performing one of the songs that was included in an episode that they approached creator Ryan Murphy and asked if it could be pulled.

The “scary” and “embarrassing” conversation did not go their way, and the song was included in the show. It also ended up becoming one of their biggest hits.

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Ryan Murphy Casts Two Rising Stars as Menendez Brothers for 'Monster' Season 2

Ryan Murphy has found the two actors who will play the Menendez brothers in the upcoming second season of the Netflix anthology series Monster.

Deadline reports that the upcoming season “will tell the story of the real-life brothers who were convicted in 1996 for the murders of their parents, José and Mary Louise ‘Kitty’ Menéndez. Although the siblings eventually confessed to parricide, they have long sustained that the reason for their actions was due to physical, emotional and sexual abuse.”

Season one of Monster featured Evan Peters playing serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.

So, who will play the brothers?

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Ryan Murphy Responds to Allegations That 'AHS' Crew Will Be 'Blackballed' if They Don't Cross Writers' Strike Picket, Kim Kardashian Allegedly Spotted Crossing Picket Line

Ryan Murphy is responding allegations.

The 57-year-old American Horror Story creator was accused of telling writers they’d be “blackballed” if they don’t cross the WGA strike picket line on Wednesday (June 21).

American Horror Story: Delicate is currently shooting on 52nd street in Manhattan, and according to several WGA East members, several people crossed the picket line, including one person who posted video of what is allegedly Kim Kardashian entering the production.

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