Everyone knows O.J. Simpson will be portrayed by Cuba Gooding Jr., 48, but he’s actually not in the show as much as the other key players of the case. We told you where they are now and who’s still working in the courthouse, but now, let’s take a look at each character and the actor who’s taking on the challenging role.
O.J. Simpson‘s case was one of the most talked about cases in history, and on Feb. 2 we’ll watch it all go down in Ryan Murphy‘s miniseries, People V. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story. But before that, let’s check in on where the main players, played by A-Listers now, involved in the case (and chase) heard ’round the world, are together.
Wow! Kris Jenner, 60, is sharing some major details about the shocking murder of her best friend, and how O.J. Simpson tried desperately to convince her that he wasn’t the one that stabbed Nicole Brown Simpson to death outside the front door of her Brentwood townhouse. Read on for what he said to Kris, and what she really believed happened!
The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story shows many sides of O.J. Simpson‘s case — but the executive producer of the show revealed that out of respect for the victims, they didn’t reach out to families involved. Instead, it was fully based it on the court transcripts and Jeffrey Toobin‘s book, The Run of His Life: The People v. O.J. Simpson. However, Nicole Brown Simpson‘s family isn’t happy that they weren’t asked. In a new interview, Nicole’s sister, Tanya says that the FX show will now be biased.
OJ: Made In America will be shown on ESPN in five, two-hour parts. Director Ezra Edelman sat down at Sundance Film Festival to reveal why he decided to make the movie, and the intense process behind the new O.J. Simpson documentary.