The 10th season of American Horror Story is set to begin filming 'soon' - which is both vague and exciting.
Like pretty much everything, shooting plans were rudely ruined by the pandemic, but now Finn Wittrock has revealed that the cast will be on set 'soon'.
Speaking to Collider, the 35-year-old - who was nominated for an Emmy for his portrayal of Dandy Mott in the fourth season - said: "We were supposed to start shooting it back in March, and so all this time it's been, 'When are we gonna start?'
"Now, it looks like we're gonna be starting at some point relatively soon."
He added that he is trying not to think too much about it until he knows for sure that they've got the green light.
He said: "I'm honestly trying to forget it because I'll get too obsessed, sitting in my garage doing nothing. I try to forget it exists until I know for sure when we're starting and what's going on."
Whenever the cast do get to work, they'll be joined by Macaulay Culkin - which Wittrock is excited about.
He said: "I'm just ready to work again, to be honest with you. It's been a lot of months. It's fun when there's someone like that.
"When Gaga was on Horror Story, it's like this whole other universe that's entered into this universe that's already there and it shakes it all up, in a really fun way, and opens everyone's minds to a whole new possibility.
"I'm really curious to work with him. I think it's such an interesting choice and a cool person to welcome into the fold of this crazy family, in general. I'm really looking forward to that."
Here's hoping Wittrock's idea of 'relatively soon' is indeed soon.
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