Edgar Ramirez Has Fully Transformed Into Gianni Versace: Everything We Know approximately Season 3 of American Crime legend – eonline
The cast and crew of Versace: American Crime legend is tough at work, and we can’t wait to see the finished product.
E! News has one of the first looks at Edgar Ramirez on set of the third season of Ryan Murphy‘s wildly current anthology series, which follows the 1997 murder of acclaimed fashion designer, Gianni Versace. Edgar stars as the season’s titular character, and his resemblance to Versace is pretty uncanny.
Filming on location at the Miami Beach mansion where Versace was shot dead by serial killer Andrew Cunanan, Ramirez was photographed sporting his character’s white-blond hair, facial scruff and signature high-fashion threads. Also on set of Versace: American Crime legend was Ricky Martin, who E! News previously confirmed was cast as Gianni’s longtime partner, Antonio D’Amico,
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As fans of Murphy’s many television projects beget reach to understand, concrete details and spoilers are few and far between main up to indicate time.
This time around, though, anticipation surrounding this specific indicate has only mounted thanks to the tidbits of information we enact know. The accurate crime legend will be brought to life thanks to a star-studded cast including Ramirez, Martin and Penélope Cruz, who was tapped to play Versace’s sister, Donatella Versace.
As for plot points, the 10-episode season will presumably track the three-month killing spree main up to Versace’s murder on the steps of his domestic and conclude with Cunanan’s suicide in July 1997.
Murphy spoke to Entertainment Weekly approximately his interest in pursuing the murder: “I was always very moved and freaked out by the Versace assassination, and I thought it was a really remarkable legend to enact because it’s a manhunt season. [Serial killer Andrew Cunanan] killed four people and then Versace, and was on the loose. We’re exploring the reasons of how he got absent with being undetected.”
He continued, “The tragedy of the Versace murder was that it should not beget happened. He should beget been caught by then. But he wasn’t caught because he was targeting homosexual people, and people didn’t care. That’s why Gianni Versace was killed, for the most share…That is a accurate crime legend in America, so we’re tackling that.”
Authenticity also remains a focal point of his mission, as camera beget already started rolling at Versace’s residence, which has since been transformed into a hotel called The Villa Casa Casuarina.
“The robes!” Ramirez excitedly shared with E! News exclusively when asked what to expect. “And of course, the house. Everything is going to be recreated.”
Versace follows the award-winning first installment of American Crime legend, The People v. O.J. Simpson and the upcoming Katrina, starring Annette Benning and Matthew Broderick.
Both Katrina and Versace: American Crime legend will air in 2018 on FX.