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The clones are back with a bang. Today, BBC America released ten new episode photos from the fifth and final season of its Orphan Black TV show. Orphan Black season five premieres on Saturday, June 10, 2017, at 10:00pm Et/Pt.Featuring Tatiana Maslany in multiple roles as the Leda clones, the Orphan Black cast also includes Jordan Gavaris (Felix), Maria Doyle Kennedy (Mrs. S), Kristian Bruun (Donnie), Kevin Hanchard (Detective Art Bell), Evelyne Brochu (Delphine), and Ari Millen (Ira and Castor clones).Read More… »
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There are clones galore in the first wave of images for Orphan Black‘s fifth and final season, which surfaced online today via Deadline ahead of the show’s curtain call this June.
Four years on from the moment when viewers were first introduced to Tatiana Maslany’s haunted Sarah Manning and Orphan Black has not only become one of BBC America’s more successful homegrown scripted series, but it’s also amassed a devoted cult following – a cult following that affectionally refer to themselves as the Clone Club. Indeed, those who have been keeping pace with Sarah’s mind-bending journey since the show’s inception will be able to locate plenty of story clues littered throughout the gallery above, not to mention a handful of characters coming together in big, big ways.
Promising a dark “final trip,” Orphan Black season 5 will be comprised of 10 episodes in total, »
- Michael Briers
BBC America has released a new set of images from the final season of the sci-fi clone drama “Orphan Black.” Check out 10 new first-look photos Emmy-winner Tatiana Maslany and the rest of the series’ cast as they take their “final trip.” Ferdinand (James Frain) Felix (Jordan Gavaris), Sarah (Tatiana Maslany), Mrs. S (Maria Doyle Kennedy) Art??…(Kevin??…Hanchard),??…Scott??…(Josh??…Vokey),??…Brie??…(Cara??…Ricketts),??…and??…Krystal??…(Tatiana??…Maslany) Mrs. S (Maria Doyle Kennedy), Sarah (Tatiana Maslany), and Kira (Skyler Wexler) Rachel (Tatiana Maslany) and Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) Rachel (Tatiana Maslany) and Ira (Ari Millen) Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) Donnie (Kristian Bruun »
- Reid Nakamura
Just more than two months before Orphan Black begins its last season and self-described "final trip," the sci-fi thriller starring Emmy-winning Tatiana Maslany looks to be going darker than ever. A revealing sneak peek at the fifth and final season that BBC America unveiled today shows guns, consequences and clone origins as the series’ overarching conspiracy becomes clearer. Add to that some Neolution and more Maslany in multiple roles and well, Orphan Black isn't… »
We may not be ready to bid Orphan Black farewell, but at least the sci-fi drama is leaving us with a hell of a parting gift.
BBC America on Wednesday released 10 new images from the series’ upcoming fifth and final season — premiering Saturday, June 10 at 10/9c — teasing Sarah and the clones’ deadliest (and most revealing) adventures yet.
The Hollywood Film Contenders™ presents the latest entertainment news and commentary, for excellence in film, for both above and below the line. The Hollywood Film Contenders™ Team selects yearly 10 award worthy Films and Talent, from both above and below the line, in each category of filmmaking: acting, directing, producing, screenwriting, documentary, animation, cinematographer, editor, film composer, song, production design, costume design, visual effects, sound, make-up and hairstyling. There are no winners or losers, it is a non-competitive recognition. The selected Finalists are highlighted by being included in our yearly “Hollywood Film Contenders Lists,” and they will be announced at an yearly informal and intimate private industry luncheon to acknowledge their excellence. Criteria: Hollywood analysts make their projections for the Hollywood Film Contenders Lists™ based on multiple elements that are taken into consideration including advance screenings, award events and consultations with industry insiders (agents, managers, journalists, awards strategists, filmmakers, awards voters, »
Sony Pictures has confirmed Lisbeth Salander will finally return to the big screen in “The Girl in the Spider’s Web.” The adaptation of the fourth novel in Stieg Larsson’s Millennium series goes into production this September with “Don’t Breathe” director Fede Alvarez. Rooney Mara, who earned an Oscar nomination for playing Salander in David Fincher’s “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo,” will not be back, which means all eyes are now watching closely to see which actress ends up taking on the iconic role.
Read More: ‘The Girl in the Spider’s Web’ Sets October 2018 Release Date, But Rooney Mara Won’t Be Back As Lisbeth Salander
Sony has also announced that a global casting search is currently underway to find the perfect Lisbeth Salander, while Variety is reporting that A-list names like Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johansson are already in contention.
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- Jude Dry, Kate Erbland, Liz Shannon Miller, Steve Greene, William Earl and Zack Sharf
Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany dominated the Canadian Screen Awards, her country's national film and TV awards, Sunday night by earning two best actress crowns. BBC America's and Space's Orphan Black also won for best Canadian TV drama.
Maslany first won the best film actress prize for her role in the indie romantic drama The Other Half. Accepting the award, she paid tribute to co-star and boyfriend Tom Cullen: "My Tom, my other half, you are electric and fearless and generous and the kindness you bring to set is inspiring and the bravery in your work is what I »
- Etan Vlessing
“Betting on Zero” is not here to make you a believer. In fact, if there’s anything that Ted Braun’s examination of the meteoric, global rise of Herbalife shows, it’s that belief in other individuals is a dangerous task, whether that person is promising financial windfall, long-term stability or thorough justice. It may not be entirely inspiring, but “Betting on Zero” captures the everyone-for-themselves desperation that would make any wronged individual furious, be they jilted employee or frustrated stockholder.
Ever since the prevalence of Amway, multi-level marketing (Mlm) firms have long been the subject of alternating popularity and concern. Companies that base their economic model on recruitment, rather than the maintenance and consumption of inventory, leave in their wake a bevy of unsatisfied former employees, some of whom are highlighted in the “Betting on Zero” clips used in a popular segment last fall on “Last Week Tonight.”
- Steve Greene
“The Other Half” is a film built on withholding. Whether it’s writer/director Joey Klein’s general approach to dispensing key character details or the information that two lovers choose to keep hidden from each other, there’s a pervasive kind of obfuscation that can be at turns refreshing and frustrating. It’s a series of preludes and aftermaths, following an arc of persistent loss and newfound love. But when Klein trusts his actors and leans on the strength of the genuine moments they’re able to create together, the story of Emily (Tatiana Maslany) and Nickie (Tom Cullen) moves beyond the usual constraints of characters with similar pasts.
True to form with the rest of the film’s strongest elements, Nickie and Emily’s relationship has a simple beginning. After making eyes at each other across the room at the café where Nickie works, the two strike up a relationship. »
- Steve Greene
A limp and lifeless historical melodrama that aspires to be the “Pearl Harbor” of the preamble to World War I and still falls well short of that ignoble goal, Joseph Ruben’s “The Ottoman Lieutenant” tries to snatch a love triangle from out beneath the Armenian Genocide but fails to get any of the angles right. Beginning in a Philadelphia hospital circa 1914 (Prague plays the city well), the film is tawdry from the very top, taking the same reckless approach to clichés that pre-war doctors took to general hygiene.
You can hear the trouble before you can see it, our wide-eyed heroine introducing herself via such startlingly trite voiceover that she’s a lost cause by the time she first appears on screen. “I thought I was going to change the world,” she says, “but of course it was the world that changed me.” Get comfortable, it’s going to be a bumpy night. »
- David Ehrlich
Tom Cullen and Tatiana Maslany on ‘The Other Half’ by Uinterview Tatiana Maslany and Tom Cullen play a couple in their new film, The Other Half — and they are also a romantic pair in real life as well. The two have dated for the last five years, after meeting on the set of TV series World Without End. […]
- Kate Chia
A year after first premiering at South by Southwest, “The Other Half” is due in theaters this month. Starring real-life couple Tatiana Maslany (“Orphan Black”) and Tom Cullen (“Downton Abbey,” “Weekend”), the romantic drama concerns the bond that forms between a man in the throes of grief and a woman living with bipolar disorder. Watch an exclusive clip below.
In it, Maslany and Cullen’s characters lie on the grass in a park and have a half-serious, half-joking conversation: “So is this just what you do?” she asks him. “Go from girl to girl to girl?” They begin to embrace as our field of vision gets blurred, an intimate moment that gets interrupted by a lewd question from a man nearby.
Read More: Tatiana Maslany Wins Emmy For Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
- Michael Nordine
Network: Episodes: 50 (hour)Seasons: FiveTV show dates: March 30, 2013 -- TbdSeries status: Ending Performers include: Tatiana Maslany, Jordan Gavaris, Dylan Bruce, and Maria Doyle Kennedy.TV show description: A young orphan and outsider, Sarah (Tatiana Maslany), gets off a commuter train one day and sees someone who looks just like her on the opposite platform. In the next moment, Sarah's double commits suicide. Read More… »
With a little under three weeks to go until its release, a new trailer has arrived online for the upcoming romantic drama The Other Half. Written and directed by Joey Klein, the film stars Tatiana Maslany and Tom Cullen; check it out below after the official synopsis…
Nickie Bellow (Tom Cullen, Weekend) is a self-destructive drifter ever mourning the disappearance of his younger brother. Having abandoned a life of promise in his native UK, he has spent the inaugural years of adult life drowning his grief in alcohol and violence. By the fifth anniversary of his brother’s disappearance he has reached his nadir—fired from his menial job, he is poised once again for an aimless life. Then he meets Emily (Tatiana Maslany, Orphan Black): The two form an immediate, inseparable bond—it is love at first sight, deepened by a shared sense of sorrow.
- Amie Cranswick
What's in store for the final season of Orphan Black? Recently, BBC America boss Sarah Barnett spoke with Deadline about the end of the TV series.The sci-fi drama centers on Sarah Manning (Tatiana Maslany), an orphan who soon discovers she is one of many clones. The cast also includes Jordan Gavaris, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Kristian Bruun, Kevin Hanchard, Skyler Wexler, Ari Millen, Josh Vokey, James Frain, and Allison Steadman.Read More… »
When you’re the star of a show as hot as “Orphan Black”, you’re going to get recognized. However, as star Tatiana Maslany revealed during a Wednesday appearance on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”, that doesn’t always translate into people actually knowing who you are. During her interview, Maslany tells host Stephen Colbert about a […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Even some celebrities have found spas to be incredibly awkward. Especially when fans are involved. In an interview on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Wednesday, Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany recalled a particularly weird moment while among a group of naked women at a spa. "We're all naked," she said. "We're all in a cold plunge, which is like freezing polar water that you have to sit in for a minute. You go into the sauna, then you go into the hot plunge, then you go into the cold plunge. I was like freezing and holding my body and [this woman] was like, 'Uh, are you that Orphan girl?' I was like, '[shivering] Oh yes, yes I am,' and she's like, 'I »
i09 Mad Mad Fury Road meets Pixar's Cars
Av Club ignoring that nobody on god's green earth could possibly want to relive the election fiasco of 2016, Megan Ellison and Mark Boal (Zero Dark Thirty) are developing a miniseries about it right now. Too soon.
Cinesnark has an ode to Keanu Reeves, calling him 'the last great movie star.' I personally think the demise of the movie star is a myth (that's been being told my entire lifetime... and yet my lifetime has had plenty of new movie stars in it) but I tend to like pieces like this anyway because worshipping movie stars is fun
The New Yorker looks at the silent film Different From Others, reportedly the first gay »
- NATHANIEL R
A spokesperson for the couple confirmed that they’ve decided to end their relationship, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“Jeff and Erin have decided that it is best to move forward as friends,” a statement to the outlet reads. “Though their relationship has changed, their admiration, love and mutual respect for each other will never waver. They are dedicated to loving and parenting their daughter, Nora, and ask for privacy.”
Bauman lost both his legs during the bomb »
- Caitlin Keating
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