‘Fargo’ Stars and Producers Break Down Season 5 and Jon Hamm’s Fake Pierced Nipples: ‘There Was a Dedicated Nippleologist’
20.11.2023 - 18:57
Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large Juno Temple has just learned about Jon Hamm’s “Fargo” stunt nipples, and she’s in awe. “A full, fake nipple?,” she asks, turning to her co-star at FX’s “Fargo” Season 5 premiere screening and panel on Nov. 15 at Nya Studios.
There’s a lot to unpack with this season’s already critically acclaimed ‘Fargo’ installment, which dives into topics of ‘Minnesota Nice,’ crippling debt and so much more. But first, let’s get what the people want to know out of the way: Hamm’s character has visibly pierced nipples as he enjoys his hot tub “in moist repose.” But turns out, it’s Hollywood magic. “I had to have some very blue latex put on my nipples, and then they cast a resoundingly lifelike pair of nipples, which they then pierced and placed over my own nipples, and we shot said nipples,” Hamm shares on stage.
“The crew doesn’t get enough credit, but there was a dedicated nippleologist.” “Fargo” Season 5, which premieres Nov. 21 on FX at 10 p.m. ET (and the next day on Hulu), stars Temple as Dorothy “Dot” Lyon, a Minnesota housewife whose dark secrets are about to be revealed — now that ruthless North Dakota sheriff Roy Tillman (Hamm) has found her.
Roy is a rancher, preacher and constitutional lawman who believes that only he is above the law. And so, why wouldn’t a violent rural official with a badge and a gun also sport a few nipple rings? “We all live in ‘Tiger King’ America,” quips “Fargo” showrunner/writer/director/exec producer Noah Hawley. Dot is at the center of this season’s “Fargo,” set in 2019.
And from the very first episode, viewers will see that she’s not someone to mess with. “She’s a survivalist and has got a past that she’s kept back in the past,” Temple says. “And as we see
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