While we have heard already about a good many people who are returning for the third season of “American Horror Story” (including Jessica Lange, Evan Peters, Frances Conroy, and Sarah Paulson), the jury is still out on a man who played a pretty crucial role on the “Asylum” season of the show: Zachary Quinto. The man was behind one of the most ruthless and terrifying characters of the season in Dr. Oliver “Bloody Face” Threadson, who spawned a child who tried to recreate what his father started in the present day.
Quinto has expressed a desire to move beyond these sort of “killer” roles (since he really broke out as Sylar on “Heroes”), but unfortunately, the jury’s still out on whether or not he will be back for more. Speaking to The Huffington Post about the possibility of returning for the upcoming season subtitled “Coven,” here is what Quinto had to say:
“I don’t know anything! I have had no conversations with anybody about it, so we’ll see.”
There is still plenty of time, after all, for Ryan Murphy and the writers to figure out the future for a potential Quinto character. Production on the episodes (which will likely start airing in October) have yet to begin, and there has not been anything new announced about the show at all since the subtitle was brought to the public, along with the news that Kathy Bates had signed on for a role that could be remembered as being one of the most awful human beings she has ever played.
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