Lange hopes for more dark humour
Jessica Lange insists she's just as "in the dark" as fans about what might happen in season two of anthology series American Horror Story.
The US television series, created by Ryan Murphy, will feature a new story, new location and new characters when it returns later this year.
Jessica, alongside select season one co-stars including Sarah Paulson and Zachary Quinto, has signed up to play a new character in the revamped series.
Speaking at PaleyFest in Los Angeles, the actress, who won a Golden Globe for her role in the first season, said: "I just got back from Mexico yesterday, the deal was made the day before yesterday, so I'm in the dark about it all."
Asked if she hoped her new role would bear any resemblance to the sinister Constance Langdon, she said: "The thing I loved about Constance is that it was a big character, it was very emotional.
"There was a lot of dark humour to her, she had many different aspects, contradictions. So all of those things I hope we can find a way to create with the character."