“Oh my god. We’re going to look like morons.” The white Bronco’s raced off. The Juice is loose. And, in the last moments of Tuesday night’s arresting The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story premiere, Marcia Clark (played by Sarah Paulson) practically winks at the audience, foretelling the two decades of punchlines that were to come. There is so much to talk about in relation to FX’s retelling of the Trial of the Century. There’s John Travolta’s studied gregariousness as Robert Shapiro—not to mention a set of darkened eyebrows that will follow you to your dreams. That scene where David Schwimmer, playing Robert Kardashian, begged O.J. not to shoot himself in Kim Kardashian’s childhood bedroom. The sheer scope of the talent involved. But perhaps the most shocking thing about Tuesday night’s People vs. O.J. Simpson premiere is that, though the trial ended over 20 years ago, you can’t help but watch American Crime Story and feel like it’s happening today. Tuesday night’s premiere was the first of 10 episodes in the event series, a loose dramatization of Jeffrey Toobin’s novel The Run of His Life that is executive-produced and directed by Ryan Murphy—a name that, thanks to the tonal… Read full this story
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