FX is developing a TV-series sequel to Bret Easton Ellis’ controversial modern classic American Psycho.
The novel told the story of a wealthy young investment banker in the late 1980s who moonlit as a serial killer. A film version starring Christian Bale was released in 2000. The FX version will be set years after the events in the book and star a Bateman in his 50s who takes on a new apprentice. Continue reading
According to Digital Spy, the American Psycho Musical version will premiere in London, at the Almeida Theatre, on December 3rd, and will continue till January 25th, 2014. The music will be written by American singer-songwriter Duncan Sheik, and the director will be Rupert Goold. Glee writer and producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa will produce. Not so sure about all this, but I guess we’ll wait and see.