Is Kim Kardashian the Next 'Rosemary' in American Horror Story's Spine-Chilling Adaptation?

Kim Kardashian Braces for a Terrifying Role in 'American Horror Story' Season 12
Is Kim Kardashian the Next 'Rosemary' in American Horror Story's Spine-Chilling Adaptation?

Kim Kardashian is one step closer to appearing on one of TV's biggest and most popular shows, as she prepares to take on a major role in the upcoming season of "American Horror Story." In a series of photos taken in Beverly Hills on Friday, Kim can be seen heading into a meeting with a script in hand. Upon closer inspection, it appears to be the script for a specific episode in the upcoming 12th season of the series, which is titled "Delicate" and is watermarked as Kim's personal copy. The lead writer's name, Halley Feiffer, as well as the director's, are also featured on the script. Kim's co-stars will include Emma Roberts, among others, and while her exact role has not been revealed, it is based on the source material of a forthcoming novel.

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The upcoming season of "American Horror Story" is said to be based on the book "Delicate Condition" by Danielle Valentine. The story follows an expecting mother who becomes convinced that evil forces are trying to harm her pregnancy, similar to the plot of "Rosemary's Baby." Some have speculated that Kim Kardashian may play the pregnant mother, while Emma Roberts could take on another villainous role. Additionally, Cara Delevingne has been cast in the series.

Despite the writers' strike, it appears that the production team of "AHS" has already prepared some scripts for the upcoming season. When news first broke of Kim's involvement, it was reported that production was scheduled to begin shortly after, with a summer premiere anticipated. Given Kim's possession of the specific episode script for "Delicate," it is likely that the entire season has already been written. Halley Feiffer, the lead writer for the season, has not publicly commented on the WGA standoff.

Is Kim Kardashian the Next 'Rosemary' in American Horror Story's Spine-Chilling Adaptation?

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