The Wet Bandits are now the least of Macaulay Culkin's worries, as the Home Alone star is heading to American Horror Story for season 10. On Instagram, series creator Ryan Murphy recently unveiled an all-new teaser for the upcoming season of the popular FX horror series. Of course, the video clip doesn't give us much, showing only a somber image of waves rolling in at a beach. However, it does reveal many of the cast members we can expect to see in season 10 by showcasing their names on the screen. You can see the trailer for yourself below.
Near the top of the list is none other than Macaulay Culkin, which is going to be interesting to see on the series to say the least. Several other cast members are also revealed in the teaser, including franchise fan favorites Kathy Bates, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Sarah Paulson, and Evan Peters. Of course, this will be Culkin's first foray into the American Horror Story universe, but this casting will also mark the movie actor's first-ever series regular role on television. As he's now a part of the AHS family, this also opens the door for him to return in new roles in future seasons as well.
Culkin is perhaps best known as a former child actor, having starred in 1990's Home Alone and its 1992 sequel Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. As a child star, Culkin also appeared in memorable roles in several classic movies like Uncle Buck, The Good Son, The Pagemaster, and My Girl. His acting career slowed down as an adult with Culkin delving into music, though he recently appeared in the Seth Green movie Changeland and the TV series Dollface with Kat Dennings. It's still unclear who Culkin will be playing next when he joins American Horror Story, but considering the types of people we've met in past seasons, the role should definitely be one of the most interesting we've seen from the former child star.
As always, Murphy is staying silent for now regarding the theme of AHS season 10. Fans of the anthology series will know that each season focuses on standalone stories with separate characters, often played by many of the same actors from previous seasons. Most recently, season 9 was subtitled 1984 and served as an homage to the classic slasher movies of the 1980's. Other seasons have included titles like Murder House, Freak Show, Hotel, and Cult. For now, all we can do is speculate over what we'll be seeing from the series next until Murphy starts dropping more clues online. American Horror Story has also been renewed for Seasons 11 and 12.
Season 10 of American Horror Story will premiere on FX in the fall of 2020, but an official premiere date has yet to be revealed by the network. In the meantime, staying tuned to Murphy's social media may bring about some additional clues as to what the next theme of AHS will be. In any case, the show is going to be here for a while, as FX renewed the show just last month for another three seasons. This news comes to us from Ryan Murphy on Instagram.