Here's how Rihanna ended up booking a guest room on Bates Motel
Mar 21 2017 by Francis Osborne
"Bates Motel" is now on its fifth and final season, but the "Psycho" prequel is not leaving the small screen without adding a few more twists to the story.
Rihanna is making her way into Bates Motel season 5 on Monday night. She'll also appear in next week's hour, titled "Marion", which airs March 27th. So we felt like the bar was pretty high for Marion Crane, and we just fell into clover.we couldn't have predicted she was going to do our show. Janet Leigh originated the role in Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 classic Psycho.
"We were trying to shoot an fantastic amount of work to fully develop [her] character, and it takes a lot of time to film that", Cuse said.
About how much Rihanna'sMarion will match her iconic original, executive producer Carlton Cuse said, "We traverse back and forth through some of the mythology, so people who know the movie will be entertained".
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In this version, viewers were introduced to Rihanna'sMarion as she and her lover Sam Loomis (played by Austin Nichols) are together in a bedroom.
"She's an exciting presence ..."
"It was more about trying to find a way to bring "Psycho" into "Bates Motel" in a way that was really meaningful to "Bates Motel" but also allowed us to drop in and visit 'Psycho, '" Ehrin added. "It was a tall order and boy, did she come to the party".
Rihanna earlier admitted in a previous interview that she is a fan of Bates Motel. "She threw everything into it". She says no? Turns out... she wanted to be a part of it. "She said, "[Norman's] in a very fragile and lonely place and Marion Crane is a charismatic woman, she's super present when she's with him, and she's very attractive - all those things are exactly what he needs right at this moment". "It's always been an idea to have "Bates Motel" go through "Psycho' in the last season like a tunnel, though it led to a different destination", executive producer Kerry Ehrin tells Variety".