Since Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace was shot dead outside his Miami Beach home in , his murder has been pored over in countless articles, books and films. Now the shooting will be examined on television next year in the award-winning American Crime Story. The year-old has not been consulted for the series, which will be entitled American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace , and said the images he has seen online of how he reacted are incorrect. Even now he will only briefly discuss it. Versace , who was 50 when he died, was killed shortly before 9am as he returned to his Ocean Drive home after buying a newspaper at a nearby cafe. I saw Gianni lying on the steps, with blood around him.
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The True Story of Gianni Versace's Murder - Who Killed Versace and Why?
Darren Criss says he'll never play a gay character again. She later dropped out of the role. Criss recently received a Golden Globe nomination for his portrayal of real-life killer Cunanan in The Assassination of Gianni Versace. His comments contrast with those of Cate Blanchett, who in October defended straight actors playing gay characters.
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Who is Andrew Cunanan, the Man Who Murdered Gianni Versace?
The violent, shocking murder of legendary Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace at his home in Miami Beach, Florida, in July remains one of the most mysterious crimes of the decade. His professional and personal aesthetic was one of over-the-top decadence, unapologetic luxury and sensory indulgence, the embodiment of the elite fashion world he inhabited at its most fantastical, frivolous and fun. But Versace was also a trailblazer in his personal life, boldly coming out of the closet in the s at a time when many gay celebrities — fashion designers included — were still in the closet. When Versace was shot twice on the front steps of his lavish mansion by Andrew Cunanan, the party was suddenly over and his loss was felt across the world.
Most of the episode takes place in mids South Beach—a place far removed from modern-day Miami, with its status as a mecca of art, real estate, and luxury living. Back then, South Beach was where folks came to die. He lived there for much of the decade until his murder at the entrance of the home in July The show also vividly conveys both the physical and psychological toll of AIDS on the folks who battled it. Character after character speaks of disease and sickness and treatment and dying—but no one truly claims the affliction for themself.