Hilarious message on star’s face mask

The Scottish star, 75, attended the New York premiere of the HBO drama’s third season, wearing a face mask which read “F*ck Off” – two words his on-screen character all-too-often hurls out, usually at his own children.Cox, who plays the Waystar Royco media mogul and the head of the Roy family in the Emmy-award winning series, also plastered “#TeamLoganRoy” on his Covid-safe face mask.His wife, Nicole Ansari-Cox, also wore a matching mask.Cox told Variety on the red carpet that fans ask him to say his X-rated catchphrase “more often than you could imagine”.“I’ve started to swear more than I’ve ever sworn before in my entire life … I have a favourite curse word, but I can’t say that on air,” he said.Cox was joined by his co-stars at the premiere at the American Museum of Natural History on Wednesday, ahead of the much-anticipated first episode airing on Foxtel on October 18.Australian actress Sarah Snook, 33, who plays Shiv Roy, walked the red carpet in a strapless black gown.Watch Succession seasons 1 and 2 on Foxtel Now. New customers get a 10-day free trial. Sign up at foxtel.com.auJeremy Strong, 42, who plays Kendall Roy, cut an edgy figure with silver fox hair, a chunky neck chain and a black blazer.Viewer favourite Kieran Culkin, 39, known for his comedic portrayal of Roman Roy, elevated the usual black suit ensemble with velvet material and panel detailing.Foxtel announced the first episode of Succession’s third season would premiere on October 18 at 12pm AEST, express from the US.Two years after the explosive season 2 finale aired – and a handful of Covid-19 delays in-between – the multi-award winning show returns with nine new episodes, which will air weekly on Mondays.A host of exciting new cast members are set to join the ranks for the new season, including Adrien Brody, Alexander Skarsgard, Sanaa Lathan, Linda Emond and Jihae.Some familiar faces have also been bumped up to series regulars this season including Willa Ferreyra (Justine Lupe), shady chief financial officer Karl Muller (David Rasche) and Waystar Royco’s senior comms exec, Fisher Stevens (Hugo Baker).Foxtel is majority owned by News Corp, publisher of this website

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