American Horror Story Creator Hints at the Revival of the Rubber Man
Could the Rubber Man be making a comeback?
The producer of 'American Horror Story,' Ryan Murphy teases the Rubber Man could be making a comeback in season 10 as he took to Instagram to upload a video, prompting speculation regarding the return of the character.
Fans have been waiting eagerly for further details of the forthcoming season after Murphy last made a cast announcement and speculated at the American Horror Story season 10 filming spot.
'American Horror Story' producer Ryan Murphy hints at the revival of the Rubber Man.
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The Rubber Man first appeared in 'American Horror Story: Murder House' as the creepy man in the BDSM latex mask. Chad Warwick (Zachary Quinto) thought his boyfriend was cheating on him and was eager to preserve their relationship. He purchased the latex suit to spice up their lives, but his partner wasn't pleased about his decision, and eventually, they didn't use the suit.
Tate Langdon (Evan Peters) later adopted the suit and employed it as a mask to assassinate both Chad and his boyfriend, Patrick (Teddy Sears), launching a series of murders utilizing the suit and ultimately creating the Rubber Man. The character made a return in Apocalypse with the season's villain Michael Langdon (Cody Fern), visiting the Outpost 3 hallways and executing horrific murders.
Via his Instagram, Murphy posted the teaser picture with a caption that read, "Coming soon ..." which prompted many to believe the Rubber Man will feature in the season to follow. Peters' return to the cast list after he revealed that he was taking a break from 1984 could also be a hint at the revival of the Rubber Man.
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While not much is known about the forthcoming season, Murphy's new Instagram post could be one of the biggest clues on the intention of the landmark season to reunite fan-favorite stars.
The Rubber Man's revival would mark the comeback of a character who managed to make American Horror Story the popular show it currently is. Overall, for viewers who are hoping for further information from the showrunner, this is an exciting surprise.