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One of Gustav Klimt's most famous paintings was stolen right off the walls of a Jewish family's home in Vienna by the Nazis. That's the all-too-true story behind "Woman in Gold," which stars Helen Mirren as Maria Altmann, the Jewish woman from Vienna who took the Austrian government to court for ownership of Klimt's portrait of Altmann's beloved aunt.
Ryan Reynolds co-stars as the young lawyer who finds a new meaning in his work and his life by taking on Altmann's cause, which became a landmark case for the Supreme Court before proceeding to Austria. "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I" wasn't the only work of art the Nazis stole from her family, or even the only Klimt, but "Woman in Gold" held particular value for Altmann because of the portrait's subject, her beloved Aunt Adele.
Daniel Bruhl plays the late Hubertus Czernin, an Austrian journalist who works to help Altmann »
- Jenni Miller
Sneak Peek more new footage from Season 3 of "Orphan Black" starring Tatiana Maslany as the 'clones' 'Sarah Manning', 'Alison Hendrix', 'Cosima Niehaus', 'Helena Manning', 'Rachel Duncan' and a whole lot more:
The series starts with 'Sarah Manning', a woman who assumes the identity of one of her clones...
...'Elizabeth Childs', after witnessing Childs' suicide.
The series raises issues about the moral and ethical implications of human cloning...
...and its effect on issues of personal identity.
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Orphan Black"...
- Michael Stevens
“Woman in Gold,” which opens on April 1, 2015 and is rated “PG-13,” also stars Katie Holmes, Daniel Brühl, Max Irons, Tatiana Maslany, Charles Dance, Elizabeth McGovern, Antje Traue, Frances Fisher, Jonathan Pryce and Tom Schilling from director Simon Curtis from writer Alexi Kaye Campbell based on the life stories of E. Randol Schoenberg and Maria Altmann.
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- email@example.com (Adam Fendelman)
For the past two seasons of sci-fi drama Orphan Black, we’ve largely been treated to the sight of Tatiana Maslany nimbly portraying six very different – if genetically identical – women (and Tony, who is transgender), the clones at the central of a medical mystery. With the series due back next month, the latest trailer for the new season has arrived, and fleshes out the concept that was sprinkled into last season – that there was another clone programme out there...Ari Millen plays the varied psychopaths of Project Castor, four military-raised clones known as Rudy, Mark, Seth and Miller who have been brought up to be highly-trained soldiers tasked with causing trouble or carrying out whatever their bosses need. But though they were schooled together, they, like series focus Sarah and her sisters, also show little differences, which might be the key to helping stop their nefarious plans. The series has »
Following the footage that debuted earlier this week, BBC America has released yet another trailer for Season 3 of Orphan Black, which returns Saturday, April 18. The latest trailer gives us a better look at "The Wolf Pack," the four male clones Mark, Rudy, Miller and Seth, all played by Ari Millen. While Dyad "carried female clones to term," the evil organization's "military faction carried the males," which was called Project Castor. This new trailer shows Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) interacting with one of the male clones, explaining how she kicked one of his "brothers" in the face, which we saw in the Season 2 finale.
After neutralizing the threat by the Dyad Institute (the company that monitored them) - Sarah, Helena, Cosima and Alison (Tatiana Maslany) are finally all united in their journey towards the truth of who and what they are. But new discoveries that include Helena's kidnapping, a book that could »
BBC America has released a brand new promo, titled "Meet the Wolf Pack," for the upcoming third season of their hit sci-fi series Orphan Black introducing us to the deadly Project Castor clones. The names of the four male clones, played by Ari Millen, are as follows: Mark, Rudy, Miller, and Seth. Additionally, the Space Channel has released a brand new promotional banner image featuring our four protagonists, played by two-time Critics' Choice Award-winner & Golden Globe-nominee Tatiana Maslany, joining hands as they prepare for the fight of their lives. We also have fifteen first look stills from the upcoming season, check it all out below: More vulnerable than ever before, Sarah, Cosima, Alison, and Helena’s bond will be put to the test with the reveal of highly trained, identical male-soldiers played by Ari Millen. Orphan Black features: Tatiana Maslany as Sarah Manning Tatiana Maslany as Alison Hendrix Tatiana Maslany »
First off, warning, this article contains major Orphan Black season 2 spoilers! We got an extended look at Ari Millen as Rudy (aka Scarface) in an Orphan Black season 3 clip the other day and now it’s time for a little Mark, Seth and Miller as well. BBC America just unveiled a brand new trailer titled “The Wolf Pack” that’s all about the male clones of Project Castor. Turns out, Rudy isn’t the only violent psychopath in the mix. All four military-raised clones have a serious mean streak. However, we are reminded of how Mark wraps up season 2, he marries Gracie (Zoé De Grand Maison) who’s carrying Helena’s (Tatiana Maslany) unborn child. Mark seemed to have turned a corner, but now that his clone status has been revealed, you’ve got to wonder, is he in it for the relationship or is he merely assigned to monitor the clone baby? »
- Perri Nemiroff
“While Dyad carried female clones to term, a military faction carried males,” the trailer explains of the mysterious Project Castor.
Ari Millen (“12 Monkeys,” “Reign”) plays the men of Castor, including Mark, Rudy aka “Scarface,” Seth and Miller. Unlike the sisterhood, the clone brothers grew up with each other, aware of their identities.
The Clone Club has already had an eventful week, with Hot Topic announcing an “Orphan Black”-inspired clothing line Tuesday.
- Marianne Zumberge
Helloooo, Castor clones! Orphan Black ended season two with quite the twist: Sarah Manning and all her clone sisters (each and every one played to perfection by Tatiana Maslany) weren't the only clone project in existence. And that's when we all collectively screamed at our TV screens. Turns out Ari Millen's Prolethean runaway Mark wasn't the only guy running around with his face. He was one of many Castor clones! BBC America knows Orphan Black fans are ravenous for any and all new footage of these new male clones raised by a military faction, so the latest season three trailer is all about those mysterious Castor clones. And we are so. Into. It! As obsessed as we all have been with »
What do you get the clone who has everything? Hot Topic aims to answer that quandary with a fashion collection inspired by “Orphan Black,” which returns for a third season on April 18.
The new clothing line will bow exclusively in Hot Topic stores from April 13, with an online pre-sale beginning March 24 for sestras who just can’t wait to declare their Clone Club allegiance. The collection features designs based on the four main clone characters played by Tatiana Maslany in the sci-fi series — Sarah Manning, Alison Hendrix, Cosima Niehaus and Helena. Prices range from $14.50 for a Cosima-inspired scarf to $49.50 for replicas of Helena and Sarah’s jackets.
“We are obsessed with ‘Orphan Black’ here at Hot Topic, and are ecstatic to be given the opportunity to work with the amazing team at Temple Street to design a collection inspired by the four main clones — Sarah, Cosima, Alison and Helena. The »
- Laura Prudom
Official episode photos and posters for Orphan Black season 3.
From BBC America: "You can?t choose your family?or can you? BBC America?s original drama Orphan Black, starring Tatiana Maslany in multiple roles, returns April 18. The groundbreaking series? second season brought new enemies to light, culminating in a shocking finale which revealed a new line of militaristic male clones, played by Ari Millen. Season three plunges the clone sisterhood, Project Leda, into unexpected territory with the realization that they?re not alone." »
"...'Rachel' is ruthless corporate efficiency personified.
"She's a clone raised self-aware of her genetic identity, occupying an elite position with the 'Dyad' group of companies..."
The series raises issues about the moral and ethical implications of human cloning and its effect on issues of personal identity:
"...in the Idw comic book series, the life of 'Sarah' was changed dramatically after witnessing the suicide of a woman who looked just like her.
"Sarah learned that, not only were she and the woman 'clones', but there were others just like them, and dangerous factions at work set on capturing them all.
"Now, the mysterious world of 'Orphan Black' widens, with new »
- Michael Stevens
Orphan Black is a phenomenal BBC America series. The story follows Tatiana Maslany’s Sarah and her genetically engineered sestra’s as they try to uncover the reason behind their creation. Hunted by the organisation that created them, Dyad, the first two series have been a massive hit with audiences. The most impressive thing about a show is that Maslany plays all of her sisters effortlessly, so good is her portrayal that you forget you are watching just one person. In fact if you think about it too much you’ll give yourself a headache.
The third series is about to air in the Us and ahead of this BBC America have shared a sneak peak clip which sees Sarah come face to face with Project Castor. Check it out below:
It looks like in order to stop Project Castor Sarah and her fellow female clones might just have to »
- Kat Smith
Legend, meet myth. Myth, meet legend.
In this sneak peek from the season 3 premiere of "Orphan Black," Sarah Manning (Tatiana Maslany) comes face to face with Rudy (Ari Millen), one of the male clones whose existence she just learned about.
The seemingly-unhinged Rudy is delighted to meet the "legend" that is Sarah, while she is wary of him. "You're a myth," she observes. And she's thrown off guard when Rudy proves just how much he knows about her, about her sister clones, and about her daughter, Kira. And, well, we know how Sarah gets when anybody talks about Kira!
- Kelly Woo
In a slightly surprising turn of events, Idw Publishing's Orphan Black #1, the first issue in a companion comic book series based on the hit sci-fi series of the same name, was recently revealed as the top-selling title for the month of February, beating out stiff competition from Marvel Comics' Darth Vader #1. BBC America has released a sneak peek clip from the premiere episode of Orphan Black's third season featuring a tense stand-off between Sarah Manning, played by two-time Critics' Choice Award-winner & Golden Globe-nominee Tatiana Maslany, and one of the male Project Castor clones, played by Ari Millen. Check it out below: More vulnerable than ever before, Sarah, Cosima, Alison, and Helena’s bond will be put to the test with the reveal of highly trained, identical male-soldiers played by Ari Millen. Orphan Black features: Tatiana Maslany as Sarah Manning Tatiana Maslany as Alison Hendrix Tatiana Maslany as Cosima »
Fellow AMC drama icon Bryan Cranston offers advice to Jon Hamm as he leaves his own show in a few weeks. He says, "It's hard, man. It's hard to let it go. It'll hit you a couple of different ways at different times." Cranston finished up "Breaking Bad" in 2013, and now Hamm only has seven episodes left for "Mad Men" beginning April 5. Of his often dark character Don Draper, Hamm says, "You're kind of hoping for redemption, and it's not forthcoming. To consistenly come in and be the bummer was always like, 'Oh, that's not fun.' But at the same time, it's been like the greatest obstacle course in the world. A puzzle to figure out." Hollywood Reporter -Break- Watch a sneak peek of the "Orphan Black" third season premiere slated for April 18 on BBC America. Castor clone Rudy (aka Scarface) is alone in a room with Sarah (Tatiana Maslany »
A war between two factions of clones is brewing in the new trailer for Season 3 of Orphan Black. We reported last month that the Season 3 Premiere will debut not only on BBC America, but also on all AMC Networks (AMC, IFC, SundanceTV and We tv) simultaneously in more than 170 countries around the world on Saturday, April 18. Starring SAG and Golden Globe nominee Tatiana Maslany in multiple roles, Orphan Black's second season brought new enemies to light, culminating in a shocking finale which revealed a new line of male clones, played by Ari Millen. Season 3 plunges the clone sisterhood into unexpected territory with the realization that they're not alone.
No sooner has Sarah caught her breath after a stealthy escape from Dyad and the ruthless clone Rachel (Maslany), she is called upon to face the crazed, captive Castor clone, Rudy (Millen). But it is the discovery of Helena's disappearance that spurs Sarah into action, »
Your long winter of discontent is almost over, Clone Club. It’s time to stop binge-eating your feels away while watching Cophine videos on loop, let some sunlight in, and get ready for the third season of Orphan Black, which premieres on April 18. To help get you in the mood, BBC America has released a sneak peek of Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) having a cryptic chat with creepy, confined Castor clone Rudy (Ari Millen).
To refresh your memory, when we last left defacto Project Leda leader Sarah, she had just discovered the existence of a group of mysterious and militaristic male clones known as Project Castor. Unlike the Leda sisters (all played by Maslany), who were scattered worldwide, the Castor brothers (all played by Millen) were raised together as a single-minded, self-aware pack.
Meanwhile, Helena has been black bagged, Cosima is still fighting for her life, and Alison is trying to »
- A.R. Wilson
"Sarah, count your sisters."
And with those four words, Orphan Black's newest season is off to a terrifying start. Season three of the smash BBC America drama is almost here, but we know that our fellow Clone Club members are going through some serious Tatiana Maslany withdraws.
To help curb your Project Leda-loving cravings, we've snagged your sneak peek at the first full scene of the April 18th premiere, and it features a chilling conversation between Sarah (Maslany) and Rudy (Ari Millen) the Castor clone with the maniacal grin who gave us nightmares at the end of season two.
Watch: The Castor Clones Are Here – And They're Terrifying!
"You’re a legend, Sarah Manning," Rudy taunts in the first look clip above. "You're made of the good stuff aren't you?"
After warning Sarah that she's "trusting the wrong people" -- meaning Dyad -- Rudy implies that one of Sarah's "sisters" is in danger. Fans know »
Sarah Manning and her sisters aren’t the only clones in town anymore on Season 3 of “Orphan Black,” and a new clip teases the first confrontation between one set of male and female counterparts. Tatiana Maslany and Ari Millen are seen facing off after the Season 2 finale left off with the revelation that Project Leda, the experiment that produced Sarah, Allison, Cosima, Helena and company, wasn’t the only clone game in town. Enter Project Castor, which produced a set of male clones, all played by Millen. Also Read: 25 of TV’s Most Powerful Leading Ladies (Photos) In the new clip, »
- Linda Ge
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