The second season of the anthology channel of FX’s “American crime story” has got the first new big name to your cast. According to the publication The Hollywood Reporter, four-time nominee for “Oscar” Annette Bening (“American Beauty”) has been cast in the season called “Katrina”, which will tell about the hurricane that erupted in August 2005 and caused enormous damage to the South-East coast of the USA.
In the upcoming season of the anthology created by Ryan Murphy, Bening will play former Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco. This sheds light on how a series produced by Fox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions will cover events and their consequences “Katrina”. Bening joined the actors, who previously worked with Murphy in the first season of the anthology “the People vs. O. J. Simpson”, including Courtney B. Vance, Sarah Paulson and Cuba Gooding, Jr…
Recent work Bening in the movie role in the film “Women of the twentieth century”, which brought her a nomination for the award “Golden globe 2017”. Katrina will be the first television project for the actress over the past ten years. Her last work on TV was a television movie to HBO’s “Mrs. Harris” in 2005, a role which she was nominated for the award “Emmy”.
It is assumed that the second season of “American crime story” will debut on FX no earlier than 2018. The show has already been renewed for a third and fourth seasons, which will tell about the murder of the famous fashion designer Gianni Versace and the scandal Clinton-Lewinsky respectively.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
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