Producer Ryan Murphy’s anthology series is yet to premiere. Nonetheless, he is reportedly entertaining Donald Trump Vs. Meryl Streep for Feud season 2!
First things first, Merly Streep is one of the best actresses of her generation. The orange-colored future leader of the free world’s words alone won’t change that. Besides, Meryl’s exemplary career speaks for itself. The same can be said about Donald’s six bankruptcies even. The feud between the two might find its way into the Feud season 2, turns out. The Producer’s game too!
Feud Season 2: Trump Vs. Streep
The American anthology series is due to have the premiere of its debut season in early March. Case in point, the debut season will feature the infamous feud between actors Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. Furthermore, the series will revolve around the events during the production of 1962’s What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon will play the respective roles along with the plethora of other actors. The likes of Catherine Zeta-Jones and Alfred Molina will play prominent roles too. Due to the overwhelming anticipation on the series, the likelihood of a second season is high. Which brings the topic to the Trump Vs. Streep feud.
Ryan Murphy addressed the Television Critics Association recently and entertained the propositions for Feud season 2, reports Deadline. Speaking about the possible adaptations for the upcoming season, Ryan is open for suggestions. Besides, he has contacted Mark Ruffalo in order to inquire if the Spotlight actor is interested to play part.
Meryl Streep, one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood, doesn't know me but attacked last night at the Golden Globes. She is a…..
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 9, 2017
Ryan is upbeat about an idea such as the Trump Vs. Streep feud. However, the feud so far is limited to an acceptance speech and a Twitter reaction. This alone won’t suffice for a series, obviously. Taylor Swift Vs. Katy Perry, on the other hand, has the potential where the Trump Vs. Streep lacks. The latter one has two strong characters, unlike the former one!
Assuming that Meryl and Donald keep throwing shade at each other, Ryan is open for adaptation. Perhaps, Alec Baldwin can portray the President-elect. Meryl Streep will portray herself, of course. Ryan wouldn’t have it any other way!