Scream Queens 2. Viewers tuning into the second season of the Fox horror-comedy anthology series had been promised a reboot of sorts by creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan ahead of the Sept. A three-year time jump, new hospital setting and cast additions, including John Stamos, Taylor Lautner and Kirstie Alley, had all been teased for the returning second cycle, which did not screen its premiere ahead of time to press. By graduating from the Kappa Sorority House and moving to a hospital backdrop, the trio was able to cast more age groups while keeping many of the season-one survivors. The changes also come in an attempt to broaden the audience for season two. Dubbed a "model for contemporary viewership" after season one, the younger-skewing audience watching on-demand and online contributed to the series becoming the No.
Legions of fans worldwide know Taylor Lautner as the oft-shirtless Jacob Black from the Twilight Saga movies, but he has been in some other movies and TV shows. While Taylor has yet to do a full blown nude scene, he does workout and keeps his body fit and fine so his numerous shirtless scenes look as good as possible. In The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2 Taylor does have a scene where he strips it all off in front of a fellow cast member. Taylor said it was very embarrassing to shoot the scene and he had a very hard time not laughing as he got into it.
'Scream Queens': Kirstie Alley, Taylor Lautner and a Nude John Stamos Scrub In on Season 2 Premiere
Michael Sheen , who plays dastardly Volturi vampire Aro, summed up last night's epic Breaking Dawn Part 2 premiere best when he cheerfully told us, "It's a real celebration of the whole experience tonight. I can't believe it's only been a few years; it seems like forever. Can you remember before Twilight?
As a former werewolf, Taylor Lautner should be able to grow some seriously impressive facial hair in mere moments. But because spoiler alert Twilight isn't real, the year-old actor has to wear a very noticeably fake beard for his role in Cuckoo , a British comedy airing on BBC Three. In a teaser trailer for the show's second season, Taylor's erratic character begins as scatterbrained, disheveled bearded individual before he transforms into his shirtless, buff and seemingly Zen self.