But for the first time, an offiicial teaser for "Feud: Bette and Joan" has been released. It is precisely as campy as one would expect. But not even this animated cast of characters can outshine Jessica Lange's Crawford and Susan Sarandon's Davis-they growl, weep and shriek their way through clip, leaving us desperate for more.
"You don't get to work with another woman very often", noted Sarandon, who was pleased to play opposite Lange (who frequently appears in producer Ryan Murphy's projects, like "American Horror Story").
Of course, we also have a look at Catherine Zeta-Jones as Olivia de Havilland, and you can spot Stanley Tucci as well in the trailer. Crawford and Davis died in 1977 and 1989, respectively.
"There was never a rivalry like theirs".
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"Ryan had brought it to me when it was a film many years before, and he was going to direct, then someone else was going to direct, and it never (came together)", Susan recalled on USA breakfast show Today. "For over half a century, they hated each other and we loved them for it". The tabloid storyline gave the picture's biggest source of publicity. Judy Davis as legendary gossip columnist Hedda Hopper?
Feud will bring the juicy drama to your TV screens March 5 on FX.
The feud between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis is not a secret, and for months now, we have heard about the upcoming show about their animosity.