Cuba Gooding Jr. and Sarah Paulson, who costarred in FX’s hit anthology series American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, were filming scenes for a new project in Los Angeles Wednesday.

Cuba Gooding Jr. & Sarah Paulson

Gooding and Paulson were pictured on the set of the new project exiting a building. Paulson was clad simply in jeans and a light blue button down, while Gooding – who had glasses on for the shoot – paired his jeans with a navy sweater. Both actors were carrying luggage.

While it hasn’t been reported what Gooding and Paulson are costarring in next, it’s possible that the two could be filming Ryan Murphy‘s other FX anthology series – American Horror Story. Murphy has been tight-lipped about the theme for the show’s sixth season, but it will apparently take place in present day, which would make Gooding and Paulson’s attire appropriate for the show.

“The interesting thing about this season is we’ve been working on two ideas at once, which we’ve never done. I don’t want to say what it is, but I will tell you that every darling person up here that wants to come back can come back,” Murphy told Entertainment Weekly. “The show has always felt to me like an opera. Both things that we’re writing right now, we haven’t yet declared the winner, will have a different form than we’ve ever done, so we’re excited about that. We’ll talk about it soon, but we haven’t landed on it.”

While working on their new project, Gooding and Paulson are still talking about their roles in American Crime Story, which could see them land Emmy nominations. Discussing the emotional series, both actors have said that they came away feeling a deep connection with the real-life characters they were responsible for portraying.

“Sarah and I haven’t seen the show and yet there’s a real strong connection we feel toward our characters,” Gooding told the Los Angeles Times. “The real effective characters that I’ve portrayed, the performances that I’ve felt it was God’s will that I portrayed, specifically “Boyz N the Hood,” “Jerry Maguire” and now O.J., there has been such a strong connection and examples of how my life mirrors the life of the character that I’ve portrayed. With Tre, I was living in L.A. I had been thrown to the floor by police officers and had guns put in my face on numerous occasions; with “Jerry Maguire,” my career was in a lull and then I got that part and won the Oscar; with this one, my personal life was eerily close to it. I’ve tried to excise that guy.”

Paulson chimed in, “I walked out of my trailer into [Marcia’s office set], and everything had been taken down. The Jim Morrison picture in the office was now on the ground. All the files, gone. The name on my door, gone. I went in the courtroom too, and everything had been piled up by our prop master with tags all going back. I got this feeling that I hadn’t really been aware of before, which is that it wasn’t real. Even to this day, I’ll have a conversation with a friend where we’ll start talking about the case and I’ll go, ‘Well, what you don’t understand is we didn’t have …’ We! I’m like, wait a second, we didn’t do anything. I’m not actually Marcia Clark. I actually didn’t experience this. But somehow, molecularly, I had a weird connection.

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