is many things — bloody, enticing, sexy, and terrifying… We didn’t meet Lady Gaga‘s Countess until midway through the dramatic premiere, but the scene we met her in was one of Ryan Murphy‘s best masterpieces in all of the seasons of When Matt Bomer‘s Donovan put on eye liner, we knew it was getting serious, fast — in the best way.
Donovan and the Countess headed out for a movie on the grass during the premiere, and you know it’s a good scene when no speaking is necessary. The look that Donovan and Elizabeth gave an attractive couple during the movie, the way Donovan opened Elizabeth’s jacket without breaking that intense look, and then the way all four entered the bedroom — every bit of it was perfection.
At this point, there has been no word from Warner Bros., regarding negotiations with the pop superstar.
Since Beyonce’s decision to refuse the part in this remake, Bradley Cooper has met with dozens of actresses in hopes to quickly fill the role. In 1976, North American ticket sales of the second remake of grossed million.
Lady Gaga was reportedly high on his list of contenders. His musical career was quickly going down the drain. Barbara Streisand played the role of up-and-coming singer Esther Hoffman.
In the event you’re counting, this is the fourth time will hit the big screen. According to IMDb, William Wellman’s film told the tale of Esther Blodgett and Norman Maine. The first remake, starring Judy Garland and James Mason, debuted in theaters in 1954. Kris Kristofferson played the role of fading rock star John Norman Howard.
Lady Gaga may have made the decision to star in the movie as far back as early May of this year.
It was then that the paparazzi snapped photos of her on the back of Cooper’s motorcycle, holding on for dear life.