'American Horror Story' Teaser Trailer: The Mysterious Blue Coat (VIDEO)
When it comes to the second season of American Horror Story, details are scarce. However, co-creator Ryan Murphy hopes to fill us in -- one extremely vague teaser trailer at a time.
In this new clip, a creepy nun is seen holding a blue coat. Since it's titled "Blue Coat," the colorful garment might be of some importance in season two. As for who owns the coat, that part is still a mystery.
What else is ahead in season two of the FX anthology?
The second season, titled "Asylum," will take place in an insane asylum on the East Coast in the 1960s. Season one star Jessica Lange will be back for more horror as the administrator of the asylum. But this time, she'll be playing a nun.
The veteran actress isn't the only familiar face returning to American Horror Story. In May, showrunner Ryan Murphy revealed that Evan Peters, who played "ultimate badass bad boy" Tate Langdon, will be "the hero of the show" in the second season.
"It’s not like the actors are playing similar parts. They’re going to look different, they’re going to sound different, they’re going to have different accents," Murphy explained to Vulture. "It’s a different time period. The actors are so excited to do that, and hopefully their enthusiasm will translate."
It looks like Peters will once again have a pivotal role in the season. Murphy recently tweeted, “Contrary to rumors, Evan is in all episodes of AHS this season.”
In addition to Lange and Peters, stars Zachary Quinto, Lily Rabe and Sarah Paulson will be back for the anthology's second season. Meanwhile, Chloe Sevigny, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and James Cromwell will also join the American Horror Story cast. Levine gave E! Online the scoop on his character in June.
"I'm newly married, and I go with my wife on our honeymoon," Levine teased. "I don't want to tell you too much and it and actually I should shut my mouth because [Ryan Murphy] will freak out, but it's gory…it sounds like so much fun and that's why I wanted to do it. I was like, this doesn't even sound like acting; this sounds, like, hysterical, funny, dark and cool and right up my alley."
The singer began filming in July, tweeting, "Shooting A.H.S. It's C.A.F. (Creepy As F--K)