Marilyn Manson has been busy lately with projects outside of his own music. Having just appeared on the 'Talking Dead' broadcast and leaving his own memorable mark on the proceedings, Manson has turned up in another horror-themed medium, though with a little bit of humor thrown in. He's the star of a new 'Funny or Die' clip titled, 'Are These Tales Spooky to You?'
Last night (Oct. 27), another awesome episode of 'The Walking Dead' hit our televisions. Much like the zombies themselves, 'Walking Dead' followers drooled, stumbled and craved blood. In those cases however, it was to catch the show's newest episode, 'Isolation.' Although the highly emotional installment of the AMC original series sparked much fan discussion, Marilyn Manson's appearance on 'Talking Dead' lit up the Internet during its broadcast directly after the latest 'Walking Dead' episode concluded.
Marilyn Manson will expand his acting resume next month when the shock rocker takes on a role in the hit ABC series, 'Once Upon a Time.' Scoring Manson for the fairytale-come-to-life series seems like a natural fit as Manson has also been attached to 'Phantasmagoria: The Visions of Lewis Carroll' based on the 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' author.
Marilyn Manson and Alice Cooper have delivered their own envelope pushing brands of entertainment since busting out of the womb so it seemed only fitting and long overdue that the dastardly duo team up for one massive shot of shock dubbed the ‘Monsters of Madness: Shock Therapy’ tour, making a stop in Uncasville, Conn., at the Mohegan Sun Arena on Friday (June 21).
Marilyn Manson is a self-proclaimed poster boy for all things society fears, but all those who pay close attention understand that Manson is a man of heart. Following the apparent suicide attempt of late singer Michael Jackson's 15-year-old daughter Paris, Manson reached out to the teen, offering her well-wishes and generosity.