American Horror Story Season 3 Filming Spooks Sarah Paulson: Reading On Witchcraft For Coven Is 'Some Spooky Sh*t I Don't Need In My Life'
By Staff Writer | July 27, 2013 01:08 PM EDT
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"I really think the writing on the show was so wonderful and I really wish we had gotten some nominations for writing and directing," said Paulson regarding the healthy batch of "American Horror Story" Emmy nominations.
"As an actor, I loved the challenging moments. The stuff in Thredson's lair I liked doing because I loved acting with Zach [Quinto] and we have such an intimate relationship we could go to some dark places with each other with full confidence."
But Paulson has moved on from the horror of "Asylum" to new territory in season 3 of "American Horror Story," entitled "Coven."
Paulson will be joined by returning cast members, Jessica Lange, Francis Conroy, Lily Rabe, and Evan Peters for season 3, while newcomers Emma Roberts, Gabourey Sidibe, Angela Bassett, Patti LuPone, and Kathy Bates will shake up filming.
In talking about "Coven," Paulson tried to remains secretive on her yet unnamed role.
"I can tell you I'm here in New Orleans. I am reading a book about witchcraft in my personal life," teased Sarah Paulson regarding a season that is obviously about witches.
Still, Paulson couldn't help but be a bit spooked by the notion of embracing witchcraft in New Orleans.
"I tend to read it in the day because who wants to be the one reading a book about witchcraft at midnight in New Orleans? That's just asking for some spooky shit I don't need in my life."
"American Horror Story: Coven" will premiere this October.
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