Ryan Murphy’s upcoming anthology drama American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson is putting together a cast that is starting to eclipse those of his American Horror Story seasons, at least in terms of wackiness. The latest addition to the show is none other than John “I’ve Got At Least Three Comebacks Left In Me” Travolta, in his first major TV role in 35 years. Sadly, the name “Vinnie” isn’t a part of it.
As its title implies, American Crime Story is focusing its first season on the O.J. Simpsons murder trial of 1995, and Travolta is joining the show to play a member of Simpsons’ Dream Team defense, Robert Shapiro, a lawyer known for taking on high-profile cases involving celebrities and sports stars...
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