In the world of true crime, fewer are more infamous than Lizzie Borden, the prime suspect in the axe murders of her father and stepmother. The upcoming film, Lizzie, aims to tell the story of what happened to a modern audience. The film stars Chloë Sevigny as Ms. Borden and Kristen Stewart as Bridget Sullivan, Lizzie’s confidant and maid to the Borden family. The cast is impressive all-around, with supporting roles played by Kim Dickens, Fiona Shaw, and Denis O’Hare. The trailer for the film highlights Lizzie’s troubled relationship with her parents and the particularities of the Borden family, and it’s clear that the film is not interested in shying away from intense territory!
Denis O’Hare is arguably one of the best parts of both American Horror Story and True Blood. Now that True Blood has concluded, fans can still look forward to a new cutting-edge performance from O’Hare with each new season of AHS. While this constant reinvention is an utter delight for fans, he recently revealed that it’s certainly a “harder work day” than playing Russell Edgington in True Blood.
CinemaBlend recently interviewed O’Hare at Portland’s Heroes and Villains Fest, where he provided a surprisingly candid response to a question about the differences between working on both shows. Here’s what he had to say: read more