Celebrity News: ‘American Crime Story’ broadcasts the first official images of the actress and singer featured for the series chronicling the death of the Italian designer on July 15, 1997
The death of Gianni Versace will be revived in the second installment of American Crime Story, which will be released in 2018 on Netflix. In the cast is Penelope Cruz, who plays the role of Donatella Versace, the sister of the Italian designer and the singer and also actor Ricky Martin interprets the paper of the lover of Gianni, Antonio D’Amico. Edgar Ramirez will be in the skin of the disappeared icon of fashion. After seeing photos of the shooting, now the first images of all the characters have been published Entertainment Weekly.
For the Spanish actress, this will be her first major role on television. His signing for the series, which revives the last moments of the life of designer Gianni Versace, murdered outside his home in Miami by Andrew Cunanan, comes after it was rumored that it would be Lady Gaga who would be responsible for giving life to the Sister of the designer.
Versace, born in Calabria and world famous, was shot dead on the stairs of his Ocean Drive mansion on July 15, 1997. He was 50 years old. The recreation, produced by Ryan Murphy, is trying to be as faithful as possible to the facts, an event that shocked the fashion world.
The Versace script: American Crime Story is based on Vulgar Favors: Andrew Cunanan, Gianni Versace, and the Largest Failed Manhunt in U.S. History, a book written by Vanity Fair journalist.
The one that was going to be the third season of the series and that finally will become its second delivery, will have 10 chapters, began its production in April and its emission is scheduled for the next year. Later, it will be the turn of the third season, which will focus on the aftermath of the Hurricane Katrina disaster in New Orleans (USA). Murphy even has in mind already the fourth installment of the series that will be centered in the case of Monica Lewinski. And all after the success and the repercussion that surrounded the first season, The People Vs. O.J. Simpson, winner of nine Emmy Awards and two Golden Globes.