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Marilyn Manson Set To Appear In HBO Series, ‘The New Pope’

The controversial rocker will be joined in the cast by Sharon Stone and Jude Law.

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Controversial alt-rock icon Marilyn Manson is all set to star alongside Sharon Stone in a new TV series, The New Pope.

The project is being helmed by Paolo Sorrentino who also directed The Young Pope and it will be broadcast on HBO. A release date has yet to be revealed.

Variety report that both the vocalist and Stone are fans of the previous series, although there’s no word yet what roles they will play in The New Pope. John Malkovich and Jude Law were previously announced for the project and they will play two popes in the series which is described as “similar to Fargo and True Detective.”

Revealing a picture of his character on-set, Manson tweeted: “The New Pope is gonna be fantastic. When in Rome.”

Manson has had many acting roles throughout the years, including appearances in Sons Of Anarchy, Salem, Californication and David Lynch’s Lost Highway.

Elsewhere, Manson is preparing to head out on the road with Rob Zombie this summer on the ‘Twins Of Evil: Hell Never Dies Tour’. Manson also revealed in March that he was wrapping up work on his new studio album.

Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie play the following US shows:

Jul 09: Baltimore Royal Farms Arena, MD
Jul 10: Allentown PPL Center, PA
Jul 12: Huntington Big Sandy Superstore Arena, WV
Jul 13: Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center, OH
Jul 14: Evansville Ford Center, IN
Jul 16: Rockford BMO Harris Bank Center, IL
Jul 17: Bonner Springs Providence Medical Center Amphitheater, KS
Jul 21: Council Bluffs WestFair Amphitheatre, IA
Jul 23: Sioux Falls Denny Sanford Premier Center, SD
Jul 24: Bismarck Event Center, ND
Jul 25: Billings Rimrock Auto Arena, MT
Aug 04: Vancouver Rogers Arena, BC
Aug 06: Saskatoon SaskTel Center, SK
Aug 07: Winnipeg Bell MTS Place, MB
Aug 09: Fargo Fargodome, ND
Aug 10: Cedar Rapids US Cellular Center, IA
Aug 11: Fort Wayne Allen County Coliseum, IN
Aug 13: Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena, MI
Aug 14: London Budweiser Gardens, ON
Aug 16: Ottawa Richcraft Live at Canadian Tire Centre, ON
Aug 17: Quebec Videotron Centre, QC
Aug 18: Gilford Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion, NH.

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  1. Les Moore

    November 19, 2019 at 12:58 am

    What Manson symbolizes is pretty clear. When you insert that into a mix that pits dark versus light, institution versus anarchy/freedom (take your pick) you have the potential to portray the chafing and inflammation that is taking place within the competition of ideologies everywhere at the moment. Manson is just the type of dramaturgical irritant Paolo Sorrention can masterfully insert into the madly beautiful and often disturbing universe that he pulls both from conscious and the hallucinatory worlds at a fluid place where they intersect.

    He won’t be alone with John Malkovich, Cécile de France, Ludivine Sagnier, J.David Hinze, Silvio Orlando, Javier Cámara, Tomas Arana, Ulrich Tomsen, Yuliya Snigir, Maurizio Lombardi, Massimo Ghini and of course Jude Law moving the story along.

    One simply has to be curious. Sorrentino is a master and he has nine episodes to express the complexities, shades and emotions of his game.

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