“Scream Queens” at Comic-Con International

I’ve added some photos of Emma attending Comic-Con International events for Scream Queens. I’ll update the post when I’ve added more. Thank you to Jenna for many of the photos!


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“Scream Queens” Cast Talks Season 2

Scream Queens Cast Talks Season 2’s ‘Fast Right Turn,’ as John Stamos Teases His ‘Arrogant’ Doc’s Secret

Shhhh! Jamie Lee Curtis is trying to answer some questions!

The Scream Queens star stepped away from a Q&A with Michael Ausiello to drop a “STFU” on some rowdy interlopers outside TVLine’s Comic-Con studio presented by ZTE.

Fret not, though, the Golden Globe-winning actress was in otherwise jolly spirits as she joined the cast of Fox’s horror-comedy — including Lea Michele, Emma Roberts and incoming players John Stamos and Taylor Lautner — to tease Season 2’s hospital-based storyline.

While the move away from Season 1’s sorority-based action might sound strange on paper, Curtis says “it makes sense” once you read the season premiere script.

If that’s not enough scoop, Roberts hints her Chanel Oberlin might hook up with both Stamos and Lautner’s alter-egos; Stamos reveals his character’s most surprising physical attribute; and Billie Lourd and Keke Palmer share their favorite one-liners they’ve filmed thus far.

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Special thanks to Ryan Murphy, Ned Martel and their colleagues at Ryan Murphy Television for making this project possible and all of our friends in the entertainment community for their support of this project including (in order of appearance) Lady Gaga, Chris Pine, Cuba Gooding Jr., Connie Britton, Matt Bomer, Sarah Paulson, Angela Bassett, Lea Michele, Colton Haynes, Sophia Bush, Jane Fonda, Harry Shum Jr., Denis O’Hare, Rob Reiner, Melissa Benoist, Caitlyn Jenner, Édgar Ramírez, Max Greenfield, Chaz Bono, Cheyenne Jackson, Emma Roberts, Kerry Washington, George Lopez, Evan Rachel Wood, Sofia Vergara, Diego Boneta, Nina Jacobson, Demi Lovato, Tyler Oakley, Yeardley Smith, Kid Cudi, Kaitlin Olson, Kevin McHale, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lee Daniels, Chace Crawford, Evan Peters, Gerard Butler, Katey Sagal, John Stamos, Laverne Cox, Jordana Brewster, Wes Bentley, Finn Wittrock, Darren Criss, Kathy Bates, Anna Paquin, Guillermo Díaz and Joe Mantello.