Edgar Ramírez was snapped on the Los Angeles set of Versace: American Crime Story on Friday.
In the shots, Ramirez, who plays Gianni Versace in the Ryan Murphy production, was made up to sport a gory face with bloodstains and missing patches of flesh, prior to his character being wheeled away on a gurney in an emergency vehicle reading Miami Beach Fire Department on the side of it. (Source)
Ryan Murphy has found the two key stars for the third season of FX anthology American Crime Story.
Set to star in Versace: American Crime Story are Glee grad Darren Criss and The Bourne Ultimatum’s Edgar Ramirez, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Versace — which will come after the franchise’s second season, Katrina — will explore the July 1997 assassination of legendary designer Gianni Versace. His killer, Andrew Cunanan, committed suicide eight days later as Miami Dade police were on the verge of capturing the serial killer behind five slayings. The 10-episode third season will likely run in 2018, following quickly on Katrina’s heels.
Ramirez will play Versace; Criss is set as Cunanan. Production will begin in March and run concurrently with Katrina, which also recently began casting with Annette Bening set to star alongside returning players Courtney B. Vance, Sarah Paulson and Cuba Gooding Jr.
Edgar Ramirez attends Esquire’s celebration of March cover star James Corden and the Mavericks of Hollywood presented by Hugo Boss at Sunset Tower Hotel on February 8, 2017 in West Hollywood, California.