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Tatiana is currently in Boston filming Stronger with Jake Gyllenhaal. Production stared on the fourth of April. Check out the first HQ photo of her on the set/behind the scenes with her co-star. If you are in Boston during the filming and spot the talented brunette, we would love to see your photos! You can email them or share them on twitter with us! 🙂

Stronger: Behind the Scenes / On The Set

Tatiana’s appearance on The Marilyn Denis Show aired yesterday and you can watch the video here as I could not embed the video. Just jump to about 39:00 in the video for her interview. Also, the official twitter for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert posted a video earlier today of an extra Tatiana did on her appearance there where she talks about GIFs and millennials. You can check it out below as well as screencaptures in the gallery.

2016: April 05 – The Marilyn Denis Show – Screencaps
2016: March 31 – The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Extras – Screencaps

Lionsgate has confirmed that production will begin this week in Boston for the film-adaption “Stronger”. Academy Award-nominee Jake Gyllenhaal (End of Watch, Prisoners, Southpaw) stars as Jeff Bauman and Golden Globe-nominee Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black, Woman in Gold) stars as his girlfriend Erin Hurley.

The film also features Academy Award-nominee Miranda Richardson (Damage) as Patty and Clancy Brown (Hail, Caesar!) as Jeff’s Father. The film is a production of Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment label, Mandeville Films, BOLD Films, and Nine Stories. This is Jake Gyllenhaal’s first production under his Nine Stories banner.

Inspired by a true story and based on the New York Times bestseller, Jake Gyllenhaal stars as the working-class Boston man whose iconic photo from the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing captured the hearts of the world. Stronger is the deeply personal account of the heroic journey that came after that photo – defining a man’s inner courage, a community’s pride, a family’s bond and an unexpectedly tenacious love.

Directed by David Gordon Green (George Washington, Pineapple Express), Stronger’s screenplay is written by Boston local John Pollono (Small Engine Repair, Lost Girls) and based on the bestselling book of the same title by Jeff Bauman and Bret Witter. Producers are Todd Lieberman and David Hoberman (The Fighter), Jake Gyllenhaal (Nightcrawler), as well as Scott Silver (The Fighter, 8 Mile) and Michel Litvak (Whiplash).

Riva Marker (Beasts of No Nation), Peter McGuigan, Anthony Mattero, Gary Michael Walters (Nightcrawler), Jeffrey Stott (Drive, 2 Guns) and Nicolas Stern (Creed) serve as executive producers. Dylan Tichenor (Zero Dark Thirty, Brokeback Mountain) is the film’s editor. Stephen H. Carter (Spotlight) is the production designer and Sean Bobbitt (Twelve Years A Slave) the Director of Photography. Kim Wilcox (Limitless) is the costume designer and Jeanette Scott (Sin City) the set decorator. Paul Marini serves as the stunt coordinator, while Jared Hartley and John Ruggieri (American Hustle) are in charge of special effects provided by Mikros Image (Rust and Bone).


“Orphan Black” season 4 will premiere next week, and fans are understandably excited for what’s to come. The people behind the show have kept relatively mum about the details of the upcoming installment, although they have teased a few major things about the new season.

The show will focus on Sarah’s (Tatiana Maslany) journey to finding out the root of everything she’s been going through for years. Apart from that major plotline, though, Maslany maintains that she does not know much about what will happen in the new season, and she prefers it that way.

In an interview with ETalk, the actress said: “I kind of like not knowing who’s coming up though and sort of being challenged. [Co-creators] John [Fawcett] and Graeme [Manson] … create characters we haven’t seen already on the show so that they’re always pushing and always challenging me, and I’ve loved that.”

Related: ‘Orphan Black’ Season 4 Spoilers: Tatiana Maslany Teases Rachel’s Fate [WATCH]

The actress added: “[They] have always been amazing in terms of allowing me in that room … and collaborating with them, and it’s never been like they’ve been keeping a big secret from me until the last minute and then telling me there’s a clone.”

The new season differs from the previous ones, though, according to Maslany, in the sense that she and the other members of the cast were able to prepare longer than they did before.

While Maslany cannot divulge information about new characters and plotlines, she has been generous about giving away a few details about returning characters.

The actress teased what Rachel will deal with in the upcoming season in a clip, saying: “Rachel, to me, feels like the one who’s sort of stuck in the middle of ‘who do I trust’ and ‘how can I use this person to get information.’ And she’s really in the most vulnerable place. She knows so little.”

Maslany also previously talked about Cosima’s struggle in dealing with Delphine’s death.

Catch Maslany when “Orphan Black” season 4 premieres April 14 on BBC America.


The story of Sarah Manning and her sisters/clones has become so complicated over the past three years as more clones get introduced and new foes appear to prevent the sci-fi heroine from uncovering the mystery of her birth. However, in Season 4, Sarah does not need to go deeper to find answers, she is stepping back.

BBC America’s “Orphan Black” started with Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) witnessing the death of a woman who looks exactly like her. She, then, assumed this mysterious woman, who viewers learn is named Beth Childs, and inadvertently get thrown into the chaos. All this mess started when Sarah met Beth Childs, and in order to move forward, she needs to go back to where it all began.

TV Guide reported that the first episode that will premiere this month will be told almost entirely in flashbacks. This will trace back to what Beth Childs was able to uncover about the mystery of their births and what led the character to take her own life.

The site also shared that more secrets about the Neolutionists, the scientific organization responsible for Project Leda and Castor, will finally be out in the open. All these revelations will gradually be introduced as BBC America airs a new episode every week.

The show’s Season 4 trailer also hinted at Sarah working with a new clone known right now as M.K. The new character has worked with Beth when she was investigating Project Leda and she might hold information valuable to the clones. However, she does not seem to want to join the sestra-hood. Will she bring trouble to the Clone Club?

Tatiana Maslany comes back to reprise her role as Sarah, Cosima, Alison, Helena, Rachel, Krystal, M.K. and Beth Childs. Jordan Gavaris, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Kevin Hanchard and Ari Millen are also set to return. According to When Will, “Orphan Black” Season 4 will premiere on April 14. It is to be succeeded by an after-show called “After the Black.”


I’ve added screencaps to a couple of Tatiana’s recent interviews as well as the videos which can be seen below. I’ve also finally added screencaptures to previously posted interview videos and Orphan Black featurettes. I will catch the gallery up on episode stills, appearance additions, scans, shoots, and more. I am working on getting the gallery and website content completely up to date before Orphan Black airs and that will include a new design in the near future so keep checking back!

An interview with the cast and creator of The Other Half with a NEW scene from the film.

And an Orphan Black recap of the first 3 seasons by the cast and creators.

2016: March 14 – E News Canada – Caps
2016: March 14 – ET Canada – Caps
2016: March 14 – SWSX The Wrap Interview
2016: March 13 – SWSX Interview
2016: March 12 – SWSX One Of Us Interview
2016: March 12 – SWSX Interview
2016: March 12 – SWSX Sneak Peek Interview
2016: February 20 – ET Canada #1 – Caps
2016: February 20 – ET Canada #2 – Caps
2016: Actra Awards – Red Carpet Interview
2016: TIFF Live – In Conversation with Tatiana Maslany – Caps
2015: Emmy Awards – Red Carpet Interview #4
2014: People’s Chatter Segment Interview – Caps
Orphan Black Season 1-3 Recap & Season 4 Behind the Scenes
Season 4 Fan Art Contest Winner Announcement
Orphan Black Feature: Trust Yourselves
Orphan Black Feature: Rachel’s Trust
Orphan Black Feature: Alison’s Own Path
Orphan Black Feature: Holy Fricken Christmas Cake

Orphan Black’s Tatiana Maslany and Downton Abbey’s Tom Cullen were at the South By Southwest Film Festival with their new indie film, “The Other Half.” What To Watch sat down with Maslany and Cullen to learn about the complex relationship at the core of this new drama.

Click Here to watch the interview! I was unable to embed it.

2016: March 30 – What To Watch – Caps

Tatiana Maslany may be fresh off her third Canadian Screen Award win and an Emmy nomination for her work in Orphan Black, but she “can’t wait to get in the ring” with the “awesome” Jake Gyllenhaal in her upcoming film, Stronger.

“It’s about the Boston Marathon bombings, and it’s about two people who are affected by that and how they carry on,” said Maslany in an interview with etalk’s Ben Mulroney last week.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Gyllenhaal will play Jeff Bauman, a man who lost both his legs in the 2013 blast as he waited for his girlfriend Erin Murphy (Maslany) to cross the finish line. Boston NPR affiliate WBUR reports Bauman later assisted the FBI by identifying one of the bombing suspects.

The film is set to start shooting on Apr. 4, and David Gordon Green of All the Real Girls and Pineapple Express fame will step in to direct.

“I’m just excited to be a part of something like that,” said Maslany.

Maslany experienced another first in early March when she premiered her upcoming film The Other Half at the South by Southwest Film Festival. The actress said the film launch was “amazing,” though she insisted it was meeting up with Broad City’s Ilana Glazer that was “the greatest moment ever.”

Yet, while the Regina native will be on-set of her latest big screen venture Stronger, the fourth season of Orphan Black will hit the small screen. Maslany is much more than just the star of the show; she also plays several – very – different clones and distinctive characters, and has held a producer credit since season three.

However, she jokes there “probably” could be a limit to how many unique parts she can play on the same series. For those keeping score, she has crafted up to 15 different clones on Orphan Black.

“I kind of like not knowing who’s coming up though and sort of being challenged,” said Maslany. “[Co-Creators] John [Fawcett] and Graeme [Manson] … create characters we haven’t seen already on the show so that they’re always pushing and always challenging me, and I’ve loved that.”

“[They] have always been amazing in terms of allowing me in that room … and collaborating with them and it’s never been like they’ve been keeping a big secret from me until the last minute and then telling me there’s a clone. But this season, I’ve had a lot of time to prep for the new people that we meet, and we had two weeks of rehearsals so it was nice. It was like a luxury.”

The 30-year-old also said actors are built to embody all of these characters, and that she never saw the show’s critical success coming when she first auditioned back in 2012.

“I had no forethought,” said Maslany. “I wanted it so badly and the audition alone was honestly so much fun and kind of the only focus I had was – can I get this job?”

Now that she has the gig, it’s not a question of where the show picks up for who but instead, for whom. Maslany said single mom Sarah quickly finds herself “restless” in her Icelandic hideaway and “falls back into the mystery” of the clone conspiracy. Meanwhile, pregnant assassin Helena is living in a “very domestic situation” though she’s “not built for that.” Maslany also hints Alison — a newly elected-school trustee, reformed prescription drug dealer and murderer — could continue to follow her dark side.

Now, this is one story we cannot wait to follow.

Click here to view the video if you do not see it above.

2016: April 1 – ETalk Canada – Screencaps