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"This place is bullsh--," exclaims one p.o.'d Piper Chapman in this brand-new trailer for Season 2 of "Orange Is the New Black." Not much else is needed to set it up, honestly, except maybe a rundown of some of what we're going to see this season. So, here we go.
Season 2 will feature new inmates (one of whom looks like a new/old rival for Red), a Piper who's way past her breaking point, an electrocuted Natasha Lyonne, and plenty of Crazy Eyes. Gotta love Crazy Eyes.
"Orange Is the New Black" Season 2 (all of it) hits Netflix June 6. So plan on not seeing the sun for a couple of days. »
- Tim Hayne
For those of you who were big fans of Netflix's rollicking women-behind-bars dramedy "Orange Is the New Black," a new full-length trailer is here for the second season, which arrives with all episodes on June 6. As the trailer song cries, the ladies in orange (or beige) are going "into the jungle," i.e. the tension is heating up and boiling over, though it's hard to say from this spot exactly what that entails. Whatever. Piper (Taylor Schilling), Tastee (Danielle Brooks), Crazy Eyes (Uzo Aduba), Red (Kate Mulgrew), Nicky (Natasha Lyonne) and more are back -- even Piper's turbulent ex, Alex (Laura Prepon), who will reportedly only be in a couple episodes this time around -- and apparently raging against the prison machine, while making the best of things Oitnb-style. We'll be watching it. »
- Beth Hanna
Ahead of its arrival in June, Netflix has released the first trailer for the second season of its original series Orange Is the New Black, which goes back behind bars for another sentence with the the fearless, funny and unforgettable inmates of Litchfield prison.
Returning for the second season are Taylor Schilling, Jason Biggs, Laura Prepon, Kate Mugrew, Danielle Brooks, Uzo Aduba, Natasha Lyonne, Taryn Manning, Laverne Cox, Michael Harney, Samira Wiley and Yael Stone, while Lorraine Toussaint (Any Day Now) joins the cast in season two as Yvonne “Vee” Parker.
All 13 episodes of Orange Is the New Black season 2 will hit Netflix on June 6th.
The post First trailer for Orange Is the New Black season 2 appeared first on Flickering Myth. »
- Gary Collinson
Netflix has released a new Orange Is the New Black season 2 trailer. For those unfamiliar with the terrific series, it takes place inside a women's prison, and although the "main character" is a socialite incarcerated for an old crime, the supporting cast is just as interesting (and in some cases, more so). If you've seen season one, this trailer will get you even more pumped for what's coming up. Set aside some binge-watching time. Additionally, there's also a brief featurette where the cast tries to sum up their thoughts on the new season in only three words. Hit the jump to check out the trailer and featurette. The show stars Taylor Schilling, Jason Biggs, Laura Prepon, Kate Mugrew, Danielle Brooks, Uzo Aduba, Natasha Lyonne, Taryn Manning, Laverne Cox, Michael Harney, Samira Wiley, Yael Stone, and Lorraine Toussaint. Orange Is the New Black returns with all 13 episodes on June 6th. Orange Is the New Black »
- Matt Goldberg
The new official trailer for the upcoming second season of the Netflix hit original series Orange Is The New Black, has arrived! The new season premieres with all 13 episodes on Friday, June 6, 2014 exclusively on Netflix in all territories where Netflix is available. That will be a binge-watching weekend for many of you, I'm sure. The highly-anticipated second season goes back behind bars for another sentence with the fearless, funny and unforgettable inmates of Litchfield prison. The series' ensemble includes Taylor Schilling, Jason Biggs, Laura Prepon, Kate Mugrew, Danielle Brooks, Uzo Aduba, Natasha Lyonne, Taryn Manning, Laverne Cox, Michael Harney, Samira Wiley, Yael Stone and more. Lorraine Toussaint joins the cast in season two as Yvonne "Vee" Parker. Can't wait until June 6 for your Litchfield fix? All 13 episodes of the series' acclaimed first season are available for streaming now on Netflix at http://netflix.com/orangeisthenewblack,...
- Tambay A. Obenson
The new official trailer for the upcoming second season of the Netflix hit original series Orange Is The New Black, has arrived! The new season premieres with all 13 episodes on Friday, June 6, 2014 exclusively on Netflix in all territories where Netflix is available. That will be a binge-watching weekend for many of you, I'm sure. The highly-anticipated second season goes back behind bars for another sentence with the fearless, funny and unforgettable inmates of Litchfield prison. The series' ensemble includes Taylor Schilling, Jason Biggs, Laura Prepon, Kate Mugrew, Danielle Brooks, Uzo Aduba, Natasha Lyonne, Taryn Manning, Laverne Cox, Michael Harney, Samira »
- Tambay A. Obenson
A new Orange Is the New Black trailer has arrived, featuring the first glimpse of the unforgettable inmates of Litchfield prison in season two
The Netflix Original series returns on June 6, with all 13 episodes available at once.
Starring Taylor Schilling, Jason Biggs, Laura Prepon, Kate Mulgrew, Danielle Brooks, Uzo Aduba, Natasha Lyonne, Taryn Manning, Laverne Cox, Michael Harney, Samira Wiley and Yael Stone, the first season of the dark prison comedy was a critical hit and won a Peabody Award.
Schilling was also nominated for Best Actress at the Golden Globe Awards.
The trailer also features the first clip of Lorraine Toussaint, who joins the cast in season two as Yvonne 'Vee' Parker.
The show is based on Piper Kerman's best-selling book of the same name.
Digital Spy's writers voted the series their sixth best TV show of 2014. »
Netflix today released the new official trailer for Orange Is the New Black season 2, along with a video featuring the cast trying to use three words to describe the upcoming 13-episode season, premiering June 6 on Netflix. The ensemble cast of Orange Is the New Black includes Taylor Schilling, Jason Biggs, Laura Prepon, Kate Mugrew, Danielle Brooks, Uzo Aduba, Natasha Lyonne, Taryn Manning, Laverne Cox, Michael Harney, Samira Wiley, Yael Stone and more. Lorraine Toussaint joins the cast in season two as Yvonne “Vee” Parker, and we get a little sense of her (and her apparent conflict with Galina) … Continue reading →
The post New official trailer for Orange Is the New Black Season 2 appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Jeff Pfeiffer
Are you excited about the new season of Orange Is The New Black as much as we are? Then you might be happy to know that Netflix has just released a brand new trailer…and boy, does it look amazing!
Orange Is The New Black follows the story of Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling) as she is sentenced to 15 months in prison for smuggling drug money into another country for her ex-girlfriend Alex (Laura Prepon). The series follows her time at Lichfield Prison, dealing with the crazy prisoners, trying to have a relationship with her fiancé Larry (Jason Biggs) and dealing with her feelings for Alex. The series also stars Taryn Manning, Kate Mulgrew, Laverne Cox, Natasha Lyonne and Danielle Brooks.
Orange Is The New Black has been a huge smash for Netflix and when the series returns June 6th it will definitely carry on that reign. If you can’t wait until then, »
- Lucy Cave
And here we go: Feast your eyes on almost two minutes (okay, like 1:30) of real live Orange Is the New Black footage from season two, featuring Piper in solitary, new inmate Vee Parker (Lorraine Toussaint) bonding with Crazy Eyes, Natasha Lyonne doing some electrical work, and … yes, there is at least one shot of Laura Prepon. God, why are you still reading this? Just watch. Orange Is the New Black is back June 6. »
- Amanda Dobbins
Netflix has released new official trailer for the upcoming second season of "Orange is the New Black," premiering with all 13 episodes on Friday, June 6, 2014 exclusively on Netflix in all territories where Netflix is available. Also, check out what the cast has to say about the second season in the video underneath the trailer. The highly-anticipated second season of Netflix.s "Orange is the New Black" goes back behind bars for another sentence with the fearless, funny and unforgettable inmates of Litchfield prison. The series' ensemble includes Taylor Schilling, Jason Biggs, Laura Prepon, Kate Mugrew, Danielle Brooks, Uzo Aduba, Natasha Lyonne, Taryn Manning, Laverne Cox, Michael Harney, Samira Wiley, Yael Stone and more. Lorraine Toussaint joins the cast »
The 33 jury members will be split into seven groups, one for each competition category: World Narrative Competition, World Documentary Competition, Best New Narrative Director, Best New Documentary Director, Narrative Short Film, Documentary and the Student Visionary Award. Two other awards, the Bombay Sapphire Award for Transmedia and the Norah Ephron Prize, will also be awarded. Winners of the seven festival categories will receive $150,000 and prizes, and eight of the winners will also get to take home an original artwork. Winner of the second annual Nora Ephron Prize, which recognizes a female writer or director, will receive $25,000.
Seven Juries Will Award Prizes At 2014 Tribeca Film Fest
So while the news that neither "Birdman" nor "Inherent Vice" (our no. 10 and no. 1 most anticipated films of the year, respectively) will be showing in Cannes may have us casting our thoughts forward to the fall festival season, there are still quite a few key events on the cinephile calendar between now and then. Indeed, the Tribeca Film Festival starts this week, and while the line-up overall feels more muted in profile than some years, there's still plenty that has piqued our curiosity in its slate. The 13th iteration of the New York-based festival opens on Wednesday night and will run until Sunday 27th with 33 jurors presiding over the competitive sections, including Jeff Goldblum, Whoopi Goldberg, Lake Bell, Toni Collette, Nate Parker, Gary Ross, Catherine Hardwicke, Adepero Oduye, Heather Graham, Michael Stuhlbarg, Alfonso Arau, Christine Lahti, Anton Yelchin and Natasha Lyonne. We've seen a fair number of the selection already »
- The Playlist Staff
While Cannes might be dominating the buzz at the moment, on Wednesday, April 16th, the Tribeca Film Festival kicks off, bringing audiences cinematic treasures a little bit closer to home. And one movie to keep an eye on is "Loitering With Intent." It's the latest from Pulitzer Prize finalist Adam Rapp, who earned the honor for his 2006 play "Red Light Winter," and previously directed "Winter Passing" starring Zooey Deschanel and Will Ferrell in 2005. This time around, the director has rounded up Michael Godere, Ivan Martin, Marisa Tomei, Sam Rockwell, Brian Geraghty, Isabelle McNally and Natasha Lyonne to star in "Loitering With Intent" — also co-written by leads Ivan Martin and Michael Godere — and it follows a couple of out-of-work actors who think they have the next hot script. Here's the official synopsis: Through a chance encounter, out-of-work-actors Raphael (Ivan Martin) and Dominic (Michael Godere) hustle a prominent New York producer into believing. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
The Tribeca Film Festival announced its jurors for this year’s event, which runs from April 16-27. The list includes Toni Collette, Lake Bell, Whoopi Goldberg, Catherine Hardwicke, Heather Graham, Anton Yelchin, Paul Wesley and 26 other leaders of the filmmaking community.
In addition to the Festival’s main competition juries in seven categories, Tribeca named Delia Ephron, Natasha Lyonne, and Gary Ross to select the second annual Nora Ephron Prize, which awards $25,000 to a female writer or director.
Click below for the entire list of jurors, with biographical information courtesy of the Tribeca festival:
World Competition Categories
The jurors for »
- Jeff Labrecque
Organizers of the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival have tapped a roster of industry types including Sheila Nevins, Anton Yelchin, Whoopi Goldberg, Paul Wesley, Catherine Hardwicke, Toni Collette and Natasha Lyonne, among others, to serve as jurors for the fest’s seven competitive categories.
Hardwicke will judge the world narrative competish with a jury that includes Lake Bell and Steven Conrad (“The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”), while the world doc winner will be selected by a team that includes New York magazine’s David Edelstein and BBC journo Nick Fraser.
Thesps Jeff Goldblum and Adepero Oduyo are part of the jury to pick the award winner for new narrative director, while Heather Graham and Michael Stuhlbarg are among those selecting the recipient of the new doc helmer laurel.
- Gordon Cox
To mark the release of G.B.F. on 14th April, we’ve been given a signed copy of the Blu-ray and a signed quad poster to give away to one winner, with two runner ups receiving a copy of the Blu-ray.
Meet Tanner and Brent. They are two gay best friends. Brent longs for the spotlight and believes that coming out will make him instantly popular as North Gateway High’s very first G.B.F. (or Gay Best Friend). Tanner on the other hand, would rather fly under the radar and finish high school without ever being noticed.
When things don’t go according to plan and Tanner is outed instead of Brent, the two boys go from B.F.Fs to instant frenemies. Enter the three most popular girls in school — queen-of-mean bombshell Fawcett, drama club diva Caprice, and sweet, Mormon good-girl ‘Shley, who launch an all-out social war to win Tanner’s friendship. »
A closeted teen's popularity goes through the roof when he is outed in this broad, sweet high-school comedy
In this broad comedy, shy, closeted teen Tanner (Michael J Willett) is accidentally outed and then finds his social standing goes stratospheric when the school's most popular girls start vying for his companionship, because a Gbf (gay best friend) is this season's must-have accessory. As the premise might suggest, the story unfolds in a hot-pastel world of fantasy where parents practically cheer when their kids come out, the school (represented by Natasha Lyonne) is super-supportive, and no one gets queer-bashed (Harry Potter's Evanna Lynch is on hand as the token bigot, though). And why not? The result is mostly swishy, sweet fun, although admittedly it might have benefitted from a bit of tweaking to fluff up bigger, better, and bitchier one-liners. Nevertheless, there's something cheering about the fact that in 2014 it's possible »
It’s not that I thought that Yael Stone actually talked like Lorna Morella on “Orange Is The New Black.” Nobody does. It was still disarming and amusing to chat with Stone on the PaleyFest red carpet and to be reminded that she’s actually Australian. In our brief conversation, we discussed that distinctive voice, as well as Stone’s realization that “Orange Is The New Black” had become a sensation. I also asked if Morello’s much-discussed fiancé Christopher would make an appearance this season, not that I expected any sort of answer. Check out the full interview above And you can also read my 11 Things We Learned From the 'Orange Is The New Black' PaleyFest Panel post, plus watch my interview with Danielle “Taystee” Brooks. And if that’s not enough, dig my interview with Kate Mulgrew and special guest Natasha Lyonne, in which I barely participate at all. »
- Daniel Fienberg
Let’s go to Litchfield.
The second night of PaleyFest Friday at the Dolby sounded off with the cast of “Orange is the New Black.”
To some disappointment, fans did not get to see any unseen clips of the second season, and the actors were mum on what they could reveal.
But we were able to hear from the new prison mate Vee, played by Lorraine Toussaint, who is headed to Litchfield for season two as the streetwise drug maven who runs children.
“She shakes things up. Nothing is the same because of Vee,” said Laverne Cox.
“She plays and enjoys the game,” Toussaint said. “I had a great deal of fun,” she said with a hint of villainy.
The estrogen-filled panel talked about the role of women on the Netflix series and the conversations this show has sparked.
“It made us dream differently. I remember feeling reverberated from my being. »
- Nikara Johns
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