Lady Gaga is checking back into American Horror Story.

The singer, who won a Golden Globe for her debut role as the Countess on AHS: Hotel, spilled the beans during an interview on New York radio station Z100.

She said: "I can't promise you how or when, or anything like that."

Angela Bassett is also on board for another season.

Speaking to Collider, she said: "I will be back. I think I might be psychic. I think. But it can all change, we don’t start filming until June this year, so anything is possible and everything can change between now and then.”

The theme of the next season hasn't been announced, but online rumours point to Slender Man - the tall and faceless character who preys on young children.


Rectify star Clayne Crawford has joined the cast of Fox's Lethal Weapon television series.

According to Variety, Crawford will star as Martin Riggs - Mel Gibson's iconic character from the original film series - in the upcoming pilot episode.

The actor joins Damon Wayans, Sr., who was recently cast as Roger Murtaugh, and Jordana Brewster, who will play Dr Maureen 'Mo' Cahill.

As I've reported before, the pilot will revolve around Crawford's character, a Navy SEAL and Texas cop who, after the tragic passing of his wife and child, moves to Los Angeles in search of a fresh start.

Murtaugh, who has recently recovered from a heart attack, is on doctor’s orders to live a stress-free life. When he's partnered with Riggs, his hope for peace and quiet goes out the window.

The pilot will be written by Matt Miller (Forever, Chuck) and directed by McG (Charlie's Angels, Terminator Salvation).


Daisy Ridley is being eyed up to take over as Lara Croft in Warner Bros. and MGM's Tomb Raider reboot.

The breakout Star Wars: The Force Awakens actress is one of many in running for the role.

Played by Angelina Jolie in the original films, Croft is an archaeologist and adventurer who originated in the Tomb Raider video game franchise. The project, which has been in development for years, is said to have been reinvigorated after Square Enix rebooted the franchise with Tomb Raider and its follow up, Rise of the Tomb Raider.

According to Deadline, Square Enix's "younger take" on the character has inspired the producers' creative process. However, conversations are still in the early stages, and no official offers have been made yet.

Although I would like to know what other actresses are being considered, Ridley is a good shout. She's British, has experience of filming action sequences, and has the look to match Lara Croft.


Entries are now open for T Break.

If you're an unsigned musician, then this is your chance to play at this year's T in the Park.

Throughout the initiative's 21-year-history, the T Break Stage has seen performances from the likes of Biffy Clyro, Snow Patrol, Paolo Nutini, Twin Atlantic and The View.

Nicola Cooper, sponsorship executive at Tennent’s Lager, said: "T Break is a fantastic opportunity for Scotland’s up and coming unsigned acts and one which Tennent’s Lager are very proud to have offered for 21 years.

"Not only will the successful 16 acts get the chance to play the T Break Stage in front of the legendary T in the Park crowd, they will also gain exposure to many influential music industry insiders and benefit from the many press and PR opportunities T Break has to offer, I would encourage any unsigned act in Scotland, who believe they have what it takes, to enter now.”

Gerry Cinnamon, who played last year, said: "It’s the only show in town, there’s nowhere else that gives bands the opportunity to play a big stage like this."

Catholic Action, who also played T Break 2015, added: "It’s a badge of honour. Everyone knows Tennent’s, everyone knows T Break and everyone knows T in the Park so when you play T in the Park it’s like, you’re a proper band now."

T Break is open to musicians of all genres. To get involved entrants must be 18 or over, live in Scotland, and must be currently unsigned – full details on how to submit demos is available at tennents.com/tbreak and entries must be submitted before the deadline of midnight on Friday, April 8.

The judging panel, consisting of 16 of Scotland’s most influential music industry experts, including artists, promoters, bookers, managers and members of the media, will then listen to every demo before handpicking the 16 acts to play over July 8-10.

Tennent’s Lager will announce the line-up for the T Break Stage in May.


Four more actors from the original series of Prison Break are in talks to star in Fox's upcoming nine-episode follow-up.

According to Deadline, deals are still being finalised for the return of Sarah Wayne Callies (Sara), Robert Knepper (T-Bag), Rockmond Dunbar (C-Note), and Amaury Nolasco (Fernando).

If the deals go through they will join fellow originals Wentworth Miller (Michael Scofield) and Dominic Purcell (Lincoln Burrows) alongside newcomers Augustus Prew (The Borgias), Rick Yune (Die Another Day), Steve Mouzakis (I, Frankenstein) and Mark Feuerstein (Royal Pains).

Deadline has reported that the new season will focus on a mission to rescue Michael from a prison in Yemen after he fakes his own death.

Filming is scheduled to begin this month and is due to air during the 2016-17 season.


Fringe star Anna Torv has been cast as the female lead in Mindhunter, the upcoming Netflix series from David Fincher and Charlize Theron.

She joins Jonathan Groff (Glee, Frozen) in the drama series, who is the only other announced cast member at this time.

Mindhunter is based on the 1996 non-fiction book Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit by special agent John Douglas and Mark Olshaker. In the bestseller, Douglas recounts several of his biggest cases, including pursuits of infamous serial killers.

Fincher and Theron are both executive producers on the series, with Fincher also set to direct the series premiere.


Heroes star Ali Larter is set for a leading role opposite Kylie Bunbury and Mark-Paul Gosselaar in Fox’s drama pilot Pitch.

Larter, who will play sports agent Amelia Slater, replaces Elisabeth Shue who was originally cast in the role.

The decision came after the pilot’s table read and followed creative changes made to the Amelia character.

According to Deadline, upon seeing the character’s evolution, with the final version of Amelia different from the woman she signed on to play, Shue asked out, and she and the producers parted ways amicably.

The show will follow Ginny (Bunbury), a young female pitcher who defies the odds when she becomes the first woman to play in the major leagues.