Get your dance moves in order—you know the ones—because here’s our best look yet at Fox’s new production of the Rocky Horror Picture Show It’s got more Frank-N-Furter, more Time Warp, and yes, even a teeny tiny bit of Tim Curry.
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This October, Fox is joining the recent trend of network musicals with a new rendition of cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The first teaser trailer has just been released and it looks familiar, but there’s also something off-putting about the way it was filmed.
Fox’s take on cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show—a musical too insane to be made into a live TV spectacle, thank goodness—won’t be airing until the fall, but Entertainment Weekly has a gallery of images already. Laverne Cox looks great as Dr. Frank-N-Furter, but we’re not sure what’s going on with Riff Raff.
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Orange Is the New Black breakout star Laverne Cox was cast as fishnet fatale Frank-N-Furter back in October, but now the Rocky Horror Picture Show remake—which willair on Fox in the fall—has cast the two characters made immortal in the cult film by Barry Bostwick and Susan Sarandon.
Because musical TV movie specials are so hot right now, Fox is jumping on the bandwagon. But with a non-live reboot of Rocky Horror Picture Show. This is like the 8th time someone's tried to remake Rocky Horror — and it's still a terrible idea.
This is quite possibly the best product tie-in ever created, ever. MAC Cosmetics is unleashing a Rocky Horror makeup line—and yes, Dr. Frank-N-Furter has his own lipstick color, of course.
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On a dark and stormy night, two liberal kids named Brad and Janet seek help at a mansion after their car breaks down. But they quickly discover that the occupants want to seduce them — to become conservatives. That's the premise behind the bizarre Rocky Horror spoof, The Ronnie Horror Picture Show.
Wow, it's all our favorite people singing our favorite song. While on Craig Ferguson's show, this amazing quartet made up of our favorite author, a Dresden Doll, part of The Magnetic Fields, and Moby sang "Science Fiction Double Feature" from The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Try not to pass out.
This DC Comics version of Rocky Horror Picture Show just nails the superheroic casting. Watch Superman and Wonder Woman doing their best Brad and Janet, while Batman rolls around in Dr. Frank-N-Furter's underwear!
Last night Glee took us on a strange journey with their G-rated version of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. While the cast struggled through the poorly written script, the music, dancing, costumes, and shout-outs were electrifying!
Glee's Halloween episode, in which the Gleeks do Rocky Horror Picture Show, has sparked a lot of press attention. And now it turns out the show's creator, Ryan Murphy, is actually in talks to remake the movie.