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The Hollywood Reporter wrote:
Feinberg Forecast: Emmy Standings in the Run-Up to Nominations Voting

May 30, 2018

THR's awards columnist Scott Feinberg offers his fourth assessment of the Emmys race -- 18 categories -- 12 days before polling begins.

The charts below reflect how THR’s awards columnist Scott Feinberg believes the Emmy standings would look if voting for the 2018 race ended today. (Work released between June 1, 2017 and May 31, 2018 is eligible.) These projections are formulated using a combination of personal impressions (from sampling many programs), historical considerations (how shows with similar pedigrees have resonated), precursor awards (some groups have historically correlated with the TV Academy more than others) and consultations with industry insiders (including voters, content creators, awards strategists and fellow members of the press).

Best Limited Series


The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

The Looming Tower (Hulu)
Godless (Netflix)
Patrick Melrose (Showtime)
Genius (National Geographic)

Best Actor in a Limited Series or a Television Movie


Darren Criss (The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story)

John Legend (Jesus Christ Superstar)
Al Pacino (Paterno)
Benedict Cumberbatch (Patrick Melrose) — podcast
Jeff Daniels (The Looming Tower) — podcast
Antonio Banderas (Genius: Picasso)

Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or a Television Movie

Jeff Daniels (Godless) — podcast
Brandon Victor Dixon (Jesus Christ Superstar)
Tahar Rahim (The Looming Tower)
Peter Sarsgaard (The Looming Tower)
Bill Camp (The Looming Tower)
Edgar Ramirez (The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story)


Ricky Martin (The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story)

Sam Waterston (Godless)
Scoot McNairy (Godless)
Alex Rich (Genius: Picasso)
Bill Pullman (The Sinner)
Michael Shannon (Fahrenheit 451) — podcast
Hugo Weaving (Patrick Melrose)


Beau Bridges (Mosaic)
Cody Fern (The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story)
Alice Cooper (Jesus Christ Superstar)
Dylan Baker (Little Women)
Robert Forster (Twin Peaks)
Luke Evans (The Alienist)
Jason Ritter (The Tale)

Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or a Television Movie


Merritt Wever (Godless)
Nicole Kidman (Top of the Lake: China Girl) — podcast
Penelope Cruz (The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story)
Judith Light (The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story)

Angela Lansbury (Little Women)
Ellen Burstyn (The Tale)

Source:  https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/lists/emmys-2018-feinberg-forecast-1115440

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The Hollywood Reporter wrote:
"Don't Let the Business Kill the Love": The Drama Actor Roundtable

May 31, 2018

There are few things that can make a sextet of generally loquacious actors freeze up faster than an open-ended question about gender pay parity. Unlike their female counterparts, many of whom have not only forced the dialogue but also demanded action via the Time’s Up movement, the men gathered for The Hollywood Reporter’s annual television Drama Actor Roundtable find themselves looking awkwardly around the table, waiting to see who will bite.

On this afternoon in late April, it's Ozark’s Jason Bateman, 49, who jumps in first; but it doesn’t take long before The Americans’ Matthew Rhys, 43, interjects, diffusing any tension with a joke — which, to everyone’s delight, changes both the tenor and the direction of the discussion. Fortunately, the group — which also includes J.K. Simmons, 63 (Starz's Counterpart); Jeff Daniels, 63 (Hulu's The Looming Tower, Netflix's Godless); Michael B. Jordan, 31 (HBO's Fahrenheit 451); and Darren Criss, 31 (FX's American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace) — is considerably better suited for an eclectic and often hilarious conversation about the easy yesses (and easier nos), the roles still on their bucket lists and, yes, the on-set politics of prosthetic penises.

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Darren, you signed on to play Andrew Cunanan, who is not only a real person but also a serial killer. What were your concerns going in?

 I’ve been lucky, I kind of fell ass backwards into the Ryan Murphy camp, which has been the gift that keeps on giving. The only thing that gave me pause was playing a real person, and this particular person had very lasting effects on people who are still alive and the echoes of the tragedy and the destruction that he wrought. I couldn’t help but think about the sons and daughters and husbands and wives who were affected by this guy, and now they’re like, “Oh God, we have to revisit this and make it pop culture fodder.” That weighs on me.

 Did you ever think about reaching out to them at all?

 I thought about it. Out of almost respect to them, I didn’t want to bug them about it. Again, this is a horrible thing to have to think about, so I let it go.

[. . . ]

The world has changed in the past six months, whether you define it as the #MeToo era or the Time's Up era. How have your perspective and your conversations changed in that time?

Hollywood is a self-obsessed place, but the perception of this as a Hollywood issue is the main thing that I take issue with. Obviously having a heightened awareness of this and people being discovered and called on the carpet and prosecuted, presumably, is good for everybody involved except for the culprits, who are deserving, but it's way, way, way, way beyond Hollywood.

What's interesting is we're seeing this wonderful rise of female voices in film and TV, and that's cool. It's like a revolution, this kind of awakening and shift in the way we're prioritizing our storytelling and who gets the loudspeaker. I think it's going to the right people.

[. . . ]

Complete this sentence. I wish Hollywood would cast me as …

Give me a sword and armor or put me in a hat. I don't know, something genre-y and totally off what I just did.

I'm really enjoying being in this one specific lane, which is the audience's proxy, like just a normal guy who gets to inhabit the center of the story and is your lens through which you are observing and experiencing this odd plot or group of people or scary guy or funny guy. I'm really enjoying that as opposed to playing a bunch of different characters. Having said that, I'd love to play a woman.

It's fun.

[ . . . ]

All right, final question: If you could go back and give advice to your younger self starting out in this industry, what would you say?

I don't know, I feel like I've made all the right mistakes and all of it got me to this Roundtable with you guys.

And your younger self is 11. (Laughs.)

There are peaks and there are valleys, and how you enter into that valley dictates your ability to get out of it, in terms of confidence and self-esteem and identity. And if that is wrapped up into your ability to be employed, then things could be challenging because you can't control that. Even if you're really good at what you do, you can't count on being hired, so whatever confidence you have should be substantiated by something above and beyond getting hired.

I would tell [my younger self] not to let the business kill the love for why you got into it. I talk to college kids sometimes, and you can't teach them about the rejection, you can't prepare them for that, for the bitterness, the depression, all that stuff that comes because of the peaks and valleys of a career. But don't let it kill the love for what comes between action and cut. Hang on to that because you're gonna need that. That's what I would tell him.

Michael, can you follow that?

No, man, that's deep. Hmm …

You haven't screwed up hard enough yet, maybe that's it. (Everyone nods.)

And when you do fail, Michael, when you fail miserably … (Laughter.)

Let us know!

DANIELS … you're still the good actor you were before that. Hang on to that.

I appreciate that. And I will.

I'll give credit to Mark Ruffalo, who said this, but, "I would look my young, aspiring actor in the eyes and say, 'It'll be OK.'" And whether that means you're gonna have this fabulous career and become Mark Ruffalo or end up going a different direction …

You're gonna be fine.

It'll be OK.

Source:  https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/features/jason-bateman-jeff-daniels-michael-b-jordan-at-actor-roundtable-1115084

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hollywoodreporter   #ACSVersace star @DarrenCriss on the powerful impact of #TimesUp: "Anything that affects the cultural landscape at all, whether its Hollywood or in the world, what's interesting is the way it shapes the narratives we're interested in ... we're seeing this wonderful rise of female voices in film and TV, and that's cool." Stay tuned for the Drama Actor Roundtable, coming tomorrow to THR.com.

Darren Criss on Portraying Real Person in ‘Assassination of Gianni Versace’ | Close Up With THR

The full Drama Actor Roundtable, also starring Matthew Rhys, J.K. Simmons, Jeff Daniels and Jason Bateman airs Sunday, July 8 on Sundance TV.    I'm interested in watching the full episode of the Drama Actor Roundtable.   I thought Darren did well in the Darren-edit that The Hollywood Reporter presented.   :happy face  I saw the other actors nodding their heads when Darren talked at the beginning of the video about how playing a real-life person who caused so much tragedy to real persons --sons, daughters, cousins, husbands and wives--affected Darren.  It threw me when he said that weighed on him "a little bit," because it seemed what he just said would lead to us concluding this issue weighed on him more than a little bit.  But I understand what he meant when  he said this is the type of project that actors really value and strive to be a part of.  I loved what he said about the "Me Too" movement and how other social issues affect the stories that Hollywood is telling.  Well done, Darren!  It must have been a bit intimidating to be taking part of a high profile discussion with respected actors, many of who are veteran actors--and Darren did a good job articulating his views. I also enjoyed THR video focusing on why Michael B. Jordan originally turned down "Fahrenheit 451" (his notebooks that he wrote for his characters also are really fascinating--how he really gets into the head of his characters).

The Hollywood Reporter wrote:
Darren Criss on "Weight" of Portraying a Real-Life Character in 'American Crime Story' | Drama Actor Roundtable


Darren Criss opened up to The Hollywood Reporter on the reality of playing a real-life character, spree killer Andrew Cunanan, in FX’s ‘Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. Criss said he couldn’t help but think about, “the sons and daughters and cousins and husbands and wives of people that were affected” by Cunanan.

“That weighs on me a little bit,” he told THR during the Drama Actor Roundtable. Criss said he was able to identify with Cunanan, who died at age 27 by suicide, because, “that’s our job. We’re in the business of empathy. It doesn’t matter what my personal moral spectrum is.”

Criss went on to discuss the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements in Hollywood, being one of the two youngest members of the roundtable at age 31, along with Michael B. Jordan (Fahrenheit 451). 

“What’s interesting is the way that it’s shaping the narratives that we’re interested in,” Criss said, comparing the current hot-button issue to the world wars of the early 20th century, and how those stories were reflected on-screen. “We’re seeing this wonderful rise of female voices in film and television. That’s cool. That’s the flip side of all this.”

The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story starring Criss aired in January on FX. The full Emmy Roundtables air every Sunday on SundanceTV beginning June 24 and on THR.com the following Monday. The full Drama Actor Roundtable, also starring Matthew Rhys, J.K. Simmons, Jeff Daniels and Jason Bateman airs Sunday, July 8 on Sundance TV. Tune in to THR.com/roundtables for more roundtables featuring talent from the year’s top shows.

Source:  https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/darren-criss-assassination-gianni-versace-american-crime-story-drama-actor-roundtable-1114158

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Darren Criss, Michael B. Jordan, Matthew Rhys, J.K. Simmons, Jeff Daniels and Jason Bateman pose for The Hollywood Reporter’s Drama Actor Roundtable | Source

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Link:  https://www.goldenglobes.com/articles/hfpa-conversation-darren-criss-multitalented-piano-man

This is a very interesting  interview.  At point 30:20, he talks about representation in film and TV.    It's interesting what he said regarding diversity in Hollywood, that he believes the majority of the Hollywood industry have the best intentions and that even in cases of "whitewashing," that it's not as if the decision-makers are intentionally opposing diversity.   However, in my view, even if that is true, does that matter?  When you look at lack of representation, whether it's in student populations at colleges, in the workplace (especially in management or in certain professions), as well as in Hollywood, lack of representation often is a result of a lack of caring about the issue, about an apathy where representation is not really prioritized or highly valued.  Even in the situations where there is no bad motive or clear intentional discrimination against casting a person of color (especially in projects where the original source pertained to characters of color), the impact is still the same:  Obstacles are placed.  For example, a showrunner may have nothing against persons of color in general, but may feel that it's necessary to continue to cast actors who the "majority" of viewers would relate to or wish to view (an attractive white person) in order to maximize the marketability of the project, and thus make a deliberate casting decision that is adverse to diversity or representation.  The impact is the same:  There is still a wide-spread practice/pattern of shutting out and excluding persons of color/LGBTQ persons/women from having the same opportunities.  It still amounts to a lack of "equal opportunity" for "minority" persons.  But I'm glad Darren is proud of being a multi-racial person, and I thought this interview was very interesting.  :happy face
Golden Globe Awards --HFPA wrote:
HFPA in Conversation: Darren Criss, the Multitalented "Piano Man"

May 30, 2018

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HFPA journalist Ruben Nepales met Darren Criss on a busy day at the Four Seasons hotel in Beverly Hills. Recently, Criss has been seen on FX's The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story playing a serial killer based on real-life criminal Andrew Cunanan. He is currently touring with his Gleeco-star Lea Michele.

At the beginning of this interview, Criss looks back to his childhood and confesses he didn’t like performing if he was told to do so. “If it was on my own fruition to do a song and dance number, then I’d be happy to. I guess I always wanted to because I enjoyed it, but if you told me to do something, I was like, no way.”

He grew up in San Francisco and Honolulu in a family he describes as very musical. “I grew up in a household where a lot of singing and music was around.”

In high school he was given a choice: did he want to be an Oscar or Grammy winner in the yearbook. “It was polite way to say you did music or theatre. And because I did both I got to choose. And the only reason why I chose the Grammy was because I thought it’d be a fun picture with my friend Michelle because we both played a ton of instruments, so I brought all my instruments and we took like a fun yearbook photo.”

After college, he formed a musical theatre StarKid with his friends and played Harry Potter on stage. In an interesting overlap, later in his life, he’d replace Daniel Radcliffe in the play How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. “When we met, I didn’t bring it up because I think it’s the pink elephant in the room. But this was years ago when I met him right before I did the show. He’s always been very friendly. We see each other around town every now and then and there are more interesting things to talk about than Harry Potter when we’re together for the brief moments we are together.”

Listen to the podcast to learn what he thinks about his stage debut at ten years old, what being a younger brother means to him, why he likes to introduce people to each other, why being part of Glee was like a lottery ticket for him, why he is only a piano man in his and his fiancée’s piano bar, Tramp Stamp Granny’s, how playing Andrew Cunanan affected him and what he seeks from the future - amongst other things.

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Darren Criss Talks All Things ‘American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace’

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Darren’s episode of Variety Studio: Actors On Actors to air June 19th, 2018 at 7:00PM

The episode will stream on pbssocal.org following the premiere.

You can check here for other dates and times.

Australian Press.  :happy face
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\"Still Watching Versace" Vanity Fair Podcast wrote:

I can’t really imagine anyone other than Darren playing the role, to be honest with you in this circumstance. I mean, look, everyone needs opportunities, period. We won’t have a chance to prove ourselves, or you know, get the experience we need to do the work that’s expected of us if we’re not given opportunity, but I truly can’t imagine anyone other–and that goes for every minority, every member of the LGBT community–but you know, if I thought that Darren weren’t giving 150% and hadn’t done all of the work, and wasn’t just blowing me away literally every take of this … of this shoot, I would maybe, you know, think otherwise, but I truly can’t think of anyone else playing his role.

Matt Bomer on Darren Criss as Andrew Cunanan (x)

Source:  https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/still-watching-versace/id1328561705?mt=2&ign-mpt=uo%3D4

Entertainment Weekly wrote:
Barbra Streisand hasn't had a #MeToo moment — and more revelations from PaleyFest

March 17, 2018

But perhaps most entertaining was her exchange with Ryan Murphy after informing him she’d recently binge-watched American Crime Story: The Assassination of Giani Versace. “It’s very scary to me,” she told Murphy. “I had to go fast. I like the parts with Penelope Cruz and Edgar Ramirez, but I don’t like him [Darren Criss as Andrew Cunanan]. He [Criss] was so good but he [Cunanan] was so awful. It’s like ‘Oh this poor individual.’ This is true stuff about him?” A question to which Murphy incredulously replied “Yes,” and then told Streisand, “Barbra, why’d you watch that? That’s not for you. Go and see Glee.”

Source:  http://ew.com/tv/2018/03/17/barbra-streisand-paleyfest/

Also see:  http://www.etonline.com/barbra-streisand-reveals-what-she-really-thinks-of-lady-gagas-a-star-is-born-remake-98554

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Carlin James (from ACS ep 8) talks about Darren Criss with Yong Chavez. | Source

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Critics' Reviews of The Assassination of Gianni Versace:  American Crime Story

Darren Superlatives

Electrifying, dynamic - newsday

astonishing performance - freep

superb work - cleveland 

But this show is ultimately the loot in a strong-arm robbery by Darren Criss as the murderous Cunanan. Criss,… brings a terrifying intensity to his role as the preening, dissembling Cunanan. - reason

gripping - entertainment weekly

an Emmy-worthy performance - post-gazette

most committed and impressive performance of his career - variety

exquisite performance …Emmy-worthy performance - sfchronicle

riveting, chilling performance - tvline

turns in a career-making performance - eonline

chilly, chameleonic work as Cunanan is the best of his career - avclub

special mention must be made of Criss, who beautifully captures Cunanan’s ability to tell the biggest lies anyone has ever heard and literally charm the pants off anyone he sets his sights on - nypost

most mesmerizing as the undeniably charming, and disturbed, serial killer - yahoo

He’s creepy, he’s precise, and he’s absolutely impossible to take your eyes off of. As spree-killer Andrew Cunanan, he is giving a provocative performance that will have people talking and showering him with awards. Go ahead, just carve the Emmy for him now. It’s going to be hard for any other male actor to come close to what Criss is bringing this year. - decider

game changer - brinkwire

people … no doubt will be astonished by the intensity of the actor’s performance here - mySanAntonio

marveling at the talents of Darren Criss - esquire

chillingly good, horror movie villain;  - bostonglobe

screeners on twitter

His acting alone makes this addicting; 

Blew my mind; 

Jaw will drop; 

Criss as the sociopathic killer is truly disturbing;  

fantastic & deserves all the nominations; 

some of his finest work;

amazing, totally nails it;

screaming about @DarrenCriss’s next-level performance;

He is going to win an Emmy for sure;


Tremendous, and this will redefine his career, and it deserves to;

career-changing performance

scares the shit out of me;

one of the best TV performances I’ve ever seen;

grade A crazy and wonderful as Cunanan;

it is with a heavy heart that I must announce that I am now a Darren Criss stan;

goddamn revelation;


award-winning/top-of-list performances;

can safely say Darren Criss will get an Emmy nomination. He is unbelievable in this;

Criss just continues to astound;

He’s sooo good in this.

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ACSFX: Critics agree…#ACSVersace

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@ACSFX: See why critics are raving about #ACSVersace.

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It's really interesting to hear both of them talk about the 1990s.  They both really liked Darren's performance.  One of them said he is doing a phenomenal job.  (One of them said, "He's really good.  I'm shocked.")    :amused I don't see any numbers in terms of at what point does the discussion start of Versace.  If you jump to about right after the "O" is in "Opinionfest," that's where they talk about Darren.

The Shifting Tides of Culture
T & Lo discuss the ongoing cultural shift in Hollywood, examining the reactions to the Aziz Ansari story and how the wider #MeToo movement is changing the conversation. Plus, the “Heathers” remake and how it demonstrates a fundamental misunderstanding of the original film, which leads to a wider discussion on remakes, reboots and sequels, with thoughts on “Blade Runner 2049” thrown in. Finally, they review the 1st episode of “The Assassination of Gianni Versace” and how it depicts the assault on gay culture that followed his death.

*Starts at 37:45 on full podcast

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Cult of Whatever wrote:
An impressive premiere sets the scene for a very different crime

January 19, 2018

I didn’t like Glee so I wasn’t that aware of Darren Criss until he started popping up in some predictable places: as a dead hipster in American Horror Story: Hotel, and some unpredictable places: as the Music Meister in the Supergirl/Flash musical crossover. None of these roles prepared me for his magnetic performance as Andrew Cunanan. Clearly the most eye-catching part of this premiere, at least until Penelope Cruz turns up, Criss, along with Murphy, and head writer Tom Robbin Smith, have crafted a captivating sociopath who, if he wasn’t a real person, I would have called a larger than life imitation of Tom Ripley.


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Go Fug Yourself wrote:
American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace

Jan. 19, 2018

2. Overall, I thought the pilot was very good. I didn’t read any reviews prior to watching it, but I saw a lot of tweets indicating that several TV critics thought it was very different than The People vs. OJ, and people who want what they got from OJ might be taken aback. Personally, I didn’t expect them to be particularly similar, but that is perhaps because I knew I wouldn’t have the same personal connection regardless. I think it was very well-acted — Darren Criss is great; it’s too soon to tell how Penelope Cruz is, as Donatella, but (a) even mediocre Penelope Cruz is probably gonna be pretty good, and (b) Donatella is a tough role to shoulder thanks to SNL.

Source:  https://www.gofugyourself.com/american-crime-story-versace-recap-01-2018

The Film Experience wrote:
"ACS: The Assassination of Gianni Versace", Episode 1

January 19, 2018

Then we see Andrew Cunanan played by a never-better Darren Criss who will inevitably and deservedly going to be showered with awards on the fall.

[.  . . ]

This will be an exploration of Andrew Cunanan, who Darren Criss embodies with overbearing charisma, ambition, wide-eyed naiveté, and the right amount of flickering darkness to make us raise an eyebrow. We see that all throughout his life he has looked from the outside longing to belong, and that his magnetic personality and natural ability to lie through his teeth have carried him through.

[ . . . ]

Whereas The People vs. OJ explored issues of racism and misogyny that reverberated in the present more than ever, Gianni Versace seems to be wanting to tackle both the homophobia and the celebration of gay culture that allowed these murders to happen. The majority of the players were gay themselves, and their relationship with that identity deeply influenced the case, either emotionally (with Ricky Martin’s character), strategically (all of Cunanan’s victims followed a very specific pattern), or legally (the Miami PD relationship with the local gay community was complicated, to say the least)

We’ll see exactly what statement the show frames around the murder as it develops, but the pilot doesn’t shy away from letting us know that identity politics will play a huge role in this; and that, yes, they are also still relevant.

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Tomorrow is the big day!  :happy face

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Updates on when the show premieres in different countries:

Darren Criss Army wrote:

ACS Versace premieres by country

Much of this is what we have already posted, but some is new and some is correcting what we had. We’ll post a final version tonight.

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United Kingdom

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Some articles about Darren and Versace:

The Mercury News wrote:
Darren Criss makes radical transformation in ‘Assassination of Gianni Versace’

January 16, 2018

Brace yourself, “Glee” fans: You’re about to see a radically different side of Darren Criss.

In “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story,” the actor who gained fame as the cute, preppy singer Blaine Anderson, transforms himself into a cold-blooded serial leader.

[. . . ]

“The Assassination of Gianni Versace” (10 p.m. Wednesday, FX) is producer Ryan Murphy’s nine-episode follow-up to “The People v. O.J. Simpson” and Criss’ unnerving performance is at the center of it. If “Versace” manages to draw anything close to the amount of attention “O.J.” generated, expect to hear the actor’s name being bandied about during awards season.

Playing Cunanan might seem like a bold, image-busting kind of move, but Criss doesn’t see it that way.

“I think people have a fascination with the dichotomy between something like ‘Glee’ and this (series), but people sometimes forget that actors are actors. We are acting,” he says. “I’m always looking for interesting material. I’m looking for things with clay that I can get my hands on and really do something different and big.”

Murphy, who also produced “Glee,” says he always knew Criss had the ability to go dark. That — along with the actor’s physical resemblance to Cunanan — made Criss his “first and only choice” to play the pivotal role in “Versace,” . . . 

[. . . ]

While doing his research for the role, Criss said he was surprised to learn that Cunanan was not “your typical spree killer.”

“This is not somebody who had a history of killing small animals and burying them in his backyard,” he says. “He defied all those textbook analogies. He was a charming, affable person, despite everything we know about him now. For the most part, people loved Andrew. He was always the life of the party. There were so many positive things about him.

“I’m less disturbed and creeped out than I am just utterly heartbroken by the loss of such potential and the wrong avenues he took in life.”

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This article is a nice little summary of Darren’s background & career, could be good to share with your uninitiated friends & family. It even includes Elsie Fest!

IB Times wrote:Darren Criss Fun Facts: Meet The Actor Playing Versace’s Killer


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The Build interview with Edgar and Darren was really interesting.  I enjoyed listening to both Edgar and Darren and they both did well.  I thought Darren was very articulate and as I said below, at times, so eloquent that his words almost made me cry.  The only part where I would quibble over his choice of words is at the point (32:35) where Darren states that every person is the hero of his own story, and you see the host actually lean backward and frown from that statement.  I still would  hesitate using the word "hero" to suggest that Andrew Cunanan, if he was at all aware of and in control of his actions, considered himself to be a hero in Cunanan's life. 

Edgar Ramirez & Darren Criss On “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” (January 16th, 2018) | Source

That part of the interview where Darren eloquently talks about what he would like to tell Gianni Versace, if Mr. Versace was alive, was very touching.   My eyes started forming tears, when Darren sincerely said he would hope that Mr. Versace would understand that what the show was trying to do was to cause an important discussion to occur about the larger social issues [such as homophobia], and that Darren would hope that Mr. Versace would understand that they were trying to create some kind of light out of an overwhelming amount of darkness. 
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This is a nice quote that Jennedesq highlighted, from the Build interview.  Thank you Jennedesq.  Darren's word about how everybody has value were beautiful and touched me.  Not only did Darren's parents teach him wonderful values, but in addition his grandfather also instilled wonderful teachings about being a good human being.  heart heart heart
Darren Criss wrote:My grandfather was actually a Cadillac salesman, which sounds skeezy, but think of the charming side of that. And he used to say, everyone’s a customer. Everyone’s a customer. And while that sounds like a cheesy car salesman’s line, you can apply much bigger ethos to that. Which is, you know, at any time, anybody is somebody that has value. Everybody has value, you know?

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Actors Edgar Ramirez and Darren Criss attend the Build Series to discuss ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story’ at Build Studio on January 16, 2018 in New York City.

They are so funny together.  :happy face
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DarrenCriss: Stopped by @BUILDseriesNYC with @edgarramirez25 to talk about #ACSVersace. Watch the stream here: darrencriss.me/BUILD

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Actors Edgar Ramirez and Darren Criss attend the Build Series to discuss ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story’ at Build Studio on January 16, 2018 in New York City.

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Actor Darren Criss attends the Build Series to discuss ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story’ at Build Studio on January 16, 2018 in New York City.

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Edgar is pretty cute.  :happy face

nelliextine: Don’t worry, you’re great at this  laugh until you cry @edgarramirez25  heart @DarrenCriss @BUILDseriesNYC Awesome interview!

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I wonder what Edgar was saying.  I see what Darren is doing, but . . . haha.  I think this is sorta awkward.  At the end, Edgar's awkward, "Yeah.  Eso."   :amused  (I love quirky Darren, but maybe Darren should be careful about when he uses his tongue-in-cheek/dry humor.  :talking )

BUILDseriesNYC: Head to BUILDseries.com now for our live interview with @edgarramirez25 & @DarrenCriss! laugh until you cry 

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Interesting article.   Ryan talks about Darren and  clarifies why they decided to do the reverse structure.  I hope Ryan is right, and that Darren's performance in Versace opens doors for Darren.   And again, hats off to Ryan for his commitment to hiring women for half of the directing assignments on his show.  heart heart heart 

From acsversace-news (via dcriss-archive):
Variety wrote:
Ryan Murphy on ‘Versace,’ Darren Criss’ Star Turn and the #MeToo Movement

January 16, 2018

How did you come up with the idea of having the story unfold in a backward-chronological fashion?

The idea of telling the story backwards was [FX CEO John] Landgraf’s. We had written the first two (episodes) and then you go in and talk to John and say, “OK, here’s the story.” We just started talking about the “onion peel” of shame — because really it’s all about shame — and we just started talking narratively about that. The more we talked about it in the room, the more we liked it. We knew that we were following ‘The People V. O.J. Simpson” which is a really difficult thing to do so we have to do everything we can to make it special.

What did that require of you on the production end?

It’s a very hard thing to construct because you have to be uber-prepared. The actors have to be very informed. I liked to work by giving (actors) concentrated information but not giving them much more than that. It was hardest on (writer) Tom Rob Smith and the actors. But it was the question of how do we keep being ambitious, how do we keep challenging ourselves? When you go backward in someone’s trajectory it’s more surprising for the audience and I think the experience is deeper. We tried to make it so that if you watched the show backwards it would be an interesting and oddly symbiotic thing. It’s a narrative device that takes a lot of extra planning, but when it works it’s great.

Darren Criss has drawn mostly rave reviews for his performance, which is very against type for the former “Glee” trouper. What was it that gave you confidence he could handle this role?

It was important to me that we were true to Cunanan’s ethnicity (Filipino and Italian). I had only directed him once (on “Glee”) but we stayed friends. I remember thinking he was a really good dramatic actor. He did something weird once in a “Glee” scene. I told him please don’t lose that excitement, and he never did. He always checked in and checked in with me. I called him when we were ready to greenlight (“Versace”). I wanted Cunanan like Darren to be a discovery for the audience. The interesting thing about Cunanan is you don’t know what he’s capable of and to have the actor in it be on the same powerful journey and I think it is.

Did he have any pause about taking on the role of a spree murderer?

(Darren) really went for it. He studied it, he pushed himself hard. His performance got quieter and more concentrated and studious and I like that. It was powerful to watch. I was not interested in just doing a serial killer story but to track the idea of how does someone become a monster?

How do you think the audience will react?

Darren is reminding me a lot of Sarah Paulson’s trajectory. It was powerful to watch somebody step into adulthood in a way. It’s very rewarding.

With “Versace” you are continuing your commitment to hiring women for at least half of the directing assignments on your show. Your Half Foundation has also been proactive in opening doors for female directors. These initiatives could not be more timely as the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements take root.

Everybody’s talking about it. it’s important. I changed the dynamic of my company. The most important thing is that the culture has changed to be more about ideas and the exchange of ideas than ego. It’s interesting when women direct. The work is better. They ask more people to participate. I’ve been doing this a year and a half. It’s been a really good change in my life. That foundation may be the most important thing I’ve ever done in my career. I’m delighted to just keep going.

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Article about Darren's thoughts about Andrew Cunanan and portraying Cunanan in Versace.
Miami Herald wrote:
'Glee' was a departure for 'Assassination' star Darren Criss

January 16, 2018

Criss explains part of his job is to have empathy even for the worst of people and for the worst things you’ve done. The trick for Criss finding empathy with Cunanan was despite the role being based on a real person, the actor didn’t look at playing the part any differently than taking on a fictional character. There never was going to be a way he could relate to someone who murdered multiple people, but by reducing Cunanan down to what he calls “primary colors,” Criss could find some relatable aspects. Those elements include both he and Cunanan going to Catholic school, knowing what it feels like to want something that you don’t have and the desire to stand out. Criss fully understands Cunanan’s desire to not be ordinary.

Criss could also relate to Cunanan on an acting level.

“We are both performers,” Criss says. “I do it professionally and he did it personally. I was always curious why I never saw him involved in drama at school. My two-penny analysis is that he wasn’t a hard worker.

“Part of his sociopathic pathology was that he wanted greater things than he had but didn’t want to work for that. He wanted fame and fortune and recognition but wasn’t willing to put in the actual labor. He was a successful actor in his everyday life convincing everyone he was different people.”

Playing the serial killer would seem to be a big change for Criss, especially to those who watched him on “Glee” or for his work in the comic book TV series “Supergirl” and “The Flash.” He’s also part of the indie pop band Computer Games with his brother Chuck Criss.

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He’s [Ryan Murphy is] now also responsible for giving Criss the opportunity to show his wide range of acting skills, as Murphy is an executive producer on “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.”

[Darren Criss says,] “And this certainly is a once in a lifetime opportunity that happened to be within the hands of the person that I had been creating other things with and who had been such a champion for me on ‘Glee.’

“So I really hit the jackpot. I wish I could say it was calculated. This was something that I was clamoring for, but I definitely lucked out. I think a lot of actors have to wait a lifetime for something like this, and it came a lot quicker than I had

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Golden Globe Awards January 7, 2018

Thanks Lin for clarifying that Yong was at the end of the Golden Globes red carpet.  Thanks also for posting those tweets.  It's nice to see Darren being supportive and doing what he can.  He's a good egg (a major reason why I'm a big fan).    heart I hope Darren's email works and she gets the needed credentials to cover the premiere tonight.  So Lin, do you know if the premiere tonight is just for invited guests, mostly important Hollywood folks and media and friends/family?

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@giorgioarmani Musical sensations @DarrenCriss and @pasekandpaul attend the #GoldenGlobes in #GiorgioArmani #ArmaniStars

I like Mia's dress. 
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Darren Criss and Mia Swier celebrate The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards with Moet & Chandon at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 7, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for Moet & Chandon)

If you read the article, it identifies Mia as his wife.  That is what Darren Criss Army is hinting at. 
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Golden Globes 2018: Fabulous Duos on the Red Carpet

Darren Criss - amazing in the upcoming The Assassination of Gianni Versace - and wife Mia Swier

(hmm… something these two need to share with the class? Wink )

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Actor Darren Criss attends the Official Viewing and After Party of The Golden Globe Awards bosted by The Hollywood Foreign Press Association on January 7, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California.

After party.  :happy face
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Actor Darren Criss attends FOX, FX and Hulu 2018 Golden Globe Awards After Party at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 7, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California

Aw, with pal A. J. Holmes at the after party.  :happy face
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a.j.holmes: Good people good times goodnight.

Pic with Lea at the after party
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leamichele: We  heart you @DarrenCriss !!!!

With Keala Settle and Billy Eichner
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m1keh0gan: These people actually let me sit with them at the #goldenglobes.

Cute pic.  :happy face
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Both Darren and Edgar make wonderful points here.  Both so articulate.  I am hoping that Versace will open some doors for Darren.  He's been doing great since Glee ended, with all his music and acting projects, but I think there is a good possibility that his career will pick up speed because of Versace (and we will be so happy for him!).  So given that he will be doing (hopefully) more projects (some, I hope, will be projects with a good amount of buzz) and thus doing more marketing for those projects, one thing he can work on is avoiding interrupting another person.   He is an adorably talkative person, but it's something to keep in mind.  (Sorry--it's one of my pet peeves, especially when I see someone whose first language was not English, taking a little more time to find his words in English, being interrupted.  Ok, jumping off my soapbox now.  :talking   )

Los Angeles Times wrote:
Darren Criss on 'Why black?'

January 7, 2017

I thought the night would have a somber overtone but it feels like a battle cry, it means something. When you are an industry at the forefront of consumption, it’s important to show we’re not going to stand for this.

Source:  http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/la-et-golden-globes-2018-live-updates-darren-criss-on-why-black-1515369641-htmlstory.html

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teenvogue: As the #TimesUp movement takes the spotlight at tonight's #GoldenGlobes, urging people everywhere to take notice (and action!) when it comes to gender equality, it’s important to hold men accountable for their part in creating a more level playing field. Asking male celebrities to wear black may not seem like a lot — they already wear black tuxes to most events — but it’s crucial that they serve as allies and upstanders, and call out inequality when they see it. The fact that most men were not asked about #MeToo on the red carpet is disappointing, and we hope the men who showed up in all-black take ownership in driving the conversation forward, and do their part in checking the industry when it fails.

I'm very proud of Darren for being educated about the issue of the He For She solidarity campaign for the advancement of women, initiated by UN Women.  I didn't know about it until I saw his video.  Thank you, Darren!
Bustle wrote:
What Pin Is Darren Criss Wearing At The 2018 Golden Globes? The HeForShe Pin Spotlights A Critical Issue

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The 2018 Golden Globes kicked off Hollywood’s awards season in serious style, including actor Darren Criss, who made a statement with a unique lapel pin with an important message.

The biggest fashion and culture story of the evening was the fact that celebs wore black dresses and suits on the 2018 Golden Globes red carpet in a show of solidarity, unity, and support for survivors and accusers of sexual harassment, assault, and abuse. It was a moving display, and Criss took part in the action.

The Time’s Up pin was also a popular accessory of the night, as it called attention to the fact that as a society, we can no longer stay silent and allow this to happen across industries. But there was another fashion accessory which signaled change at the ceremony. Criss’ pink and black pinrepresents the HeForShe movement, which is a United Nations campaign for gender equality. The campaign also seeks to end sexual harassment and gendered violence.

The HeForShe campaign states on its website that gender equality is “not just a women’s issue, it’s a human rights issue. And when these powerful voices are heard, they will change the world.” It looks like Criss wants to show he’s part of that change.

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There it is! Criss, who stars in the upcoming The Assassination of Gianni Versace, also posted a video on Twitter about why he was opting to rock this pin at the ceremony. He was invited to do so by his friend, singer Ricky Martin. He then passed invites along to his former Glee castmates. You can watch Criss’ video below.

“I am hoping to be a small part for a bigger change in whatever way I can,” said Criss in the video. It was a simple but powerful statement.

The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus slayed his black bowtie and a delightful disheveled bedhead. He also paired his Time’s Up pin with the HeForShe pin, showing three levels of support. It was a beautiful thing.

This is how fashion works on a critically important level. So many viewers undoubtedly tuned in to see the ensembles — and were ultimately further educated about important issues.

On its site, HeForShe also reaches out to those who want to donate to the cause, stating that it is working to build “a world where no one has to be afraid simply because of who they are.”

Currently, the HeForShe pin is not available for purchase in the merch section of the site. It was previously available via Amazon, but that is no longer the case. That could change, however, as the movement picks up steam and as more people inquire about it based on the fact that Criss and Reedus wore it to the awards show.

While wearing a black tux is pretty standard at awards shows, it’s nice to see actors like Criss take deliberate action to stand in solidarity with women and survivors. Now that’s allyship

Source:  https://www.bustle.com/p/what-pin-is-darren-criss-wearing-at-the-2018-golden-globes-the-heforshe-pin-spotlights-a-critical-issue-7818088

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jessicaradloff14: So many interviews at once, barely any time to post. But last night’s #GoldenGlobes were one of the most refreshing red carpets in years. Starting with @glownetflix’s kickass @alisonbrie heart . Head over to @glamourmag for all the coverage!

This is a really nice pic of Darren. 
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Darren and Mia Swier arriving at the 75th Golden Globes Awards (January 7th, 2018) | Source

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Giorgio Armani: Actor Darren Criss wears a #GiorgioArmani black double breasted tuxed with peak lapel tone on tone camouflage pattern at the 2018 #GoldenGlobes Awards After Party in LA.#ArmaniStars

Darren Criss stops by E!’s confessional cam at the 2018 Golden Globes. Hear their words of wisdom! (January 7th, 2017) | Source

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I think he was referring to this (glambot):

enews: Darren Criss looking dapper: And that’s what you missed in the Glambot at the #GoldenGlobes

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