Some big TV names — including a few American Horror Story favorites — are joining Ryan Murphy for a trip back to 1980s New York City. Tatiana Maslany, Evan Peters, Kate Mara and James Van Der Beek have all been cast in Murphy’s upcoming FX drama Pose, the network announced Thursday. Production on the period […]
In Toronto, Jake Gyllenhaal; the man he plays in “Stronger,” Jeff Bauman, and Tatiana Maslany talk about the story of courage after Boston Marathon bombing.
It’s been exactly a month since members of the auxiliary Clone Club bid a tearful farewell to Orphan Black‘s core four sestras (as well as their 270 other siblings) on the cult show’s Aug. 12 series finale. The episode’s final shot revealed our clone heroine, Sarah Manning (Tatiana Maslany), looking around the home she had built for herself and her daughter, Kira, as well as looking forward to the freedom she had fought so hard to achieve. Catching up with the Emmy-winning actress at the Toronto International Film Festival — where her new film Stronger, in which she stars opposite Jake Gyllenhaal, had its world premiere — Maslany remembers the final shot being far less consequential.
Memo to card-carrying Orphan Black fans: When the show returns to BBC America on April 14, Clone Club meetings will now take place on Thursday nights rather than Saturdays. The timeslot change is one of the many new developments that’s in store for our favorite clones as the cult series enters its fourth year. As the cast teased at their Yahoo TV-hosted PaleyFest panel last October, the new season will pick up on several storylines introduced way back in Season 1, including the death of Beth Childs, which set the series in motion. BBC America has just released 14 new images from Season 4 for fanatics to obsess over.
It’s hard enough keeping track of one character’s memorable lines over the course of three seasons. Yahoo TV challenged the Orphan Black gang — who were in New York for their first PaleyFest panel — to recall the dialogue of six personalities, all of whom have the same face. That face, of course, belongs to Tatiana Maslany, the show’s Emmy-nominated and much-cloned star. Maslany’s regular characters on the fan favorite BBC America series include fiery Sarah, brainy Cosima, high-strung Alison, crazy Helena, bad-ass Rachel, and bubbly Krystal, so she and her co-stars — Jordan Gavaris (Felix), Maria Doyle Kennedy (Mrs.
Tatiana Maslany last year (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File) By Borys Kit, The Hollywood Reporter Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany is in early negotiations to star opposite Jake Gyllenhaal in Stronger, Lionsgate’s Boston Marathon bombing film being directed by David Gordon Green. While there are multiple Boston Marathon bombing projects in the works from several studios, this one focuses on Jeff Bauman, a survivor who lost both his legs in the attack. Related: Tatiana Maslany: “Emmy Snubs Put ‘Orphan’ on the Map” (Q&A) Bauman was waiting for his girlfriend at the finish line of the annual marathon when two pressure cooker bombs exploded, killing three people and injuring more than 260 others. Gyllenhaal is portraying Bauman and Maslany will play the girlfriend, the movie’s female lead.
So to get some clarity on the cult sci-fi drama’s third season (premiering this Saturday at 9 p.m. on BBC America), Yahoo TV visited the show’s set in Toronto and chatted with series star Tatiana Maslany, male clone portrayer Ari Millen, and co-creator/director John Fawcett. Here are five intriguing behind-the-scenes nuggets we came away with that got us even more excited for Season 3 to start.