Big event photo update to the Taylor Schilling Online Gallery with all the missing event photos.
Taylor Schilling Online Gallery > Events > 2015 > 01-28: A Month In The Country Opening Nigh
Taylor Schilling Online Gallery > Events > 2015 > 03-02: Taylor Schilling Hosts 2015 PlayCo Cabaret Gourmet
Taylor Schilling Online Gallery > Events > 2015 > 3-29: Variety Emmy Studio – Day 2
Taylor Schilling Online Gallery > Events > 2015 > 04-08: Canadian launch of GERRY WEBER with Taylor Schilling
Netflix has set premiere dates for season three of “Orange is the New Black” and a number of new series.
“OITNB” will return on June 12, “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp” bows July 17, and “Sense8″ — the new drama from Andy and Lana Wachowski — premieres June 5. Canadian thriller “Between” will debut sometime in May.
Original specials premiering in the coming months include “Chris D’Elia: Incorrigible” on April 17; “Jen Kirkman: I’m Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine)” on May 22 and “What Happened, Miss Simone” on June 26.
One new photo is up in the Taylor Schilling Online Gallery from the new play Taylor is in, “A Month in the Country”.
Taylor Schilling Online Gallery > Theater > A Month in the Country > Stills
Newly transplanted Seattleites Taylor Schilling and Adam Scott make friends and explore new sexual horizons in freewheeling Los Angeles.
Sweet, silly and as easy to enjoy as it is to forget ten minutes after the credits roll, The Overnight could almost be a 21st century riff on Paul Mazursky’s Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, offering far less in the way of social context than it does in contemplation of that eternal male fixation: penis size. Executive-produced by prolific indie darlings Mark and Jay Duplass, writer-director Patrick Brice’s slender comedy could almost be a raunchy episode idea for the Duplass brothers’ HBO series Togetherness.
Mark it down Taylor is set to be a guest on Live with Kelly and Michael Tuesday!
Poorly kept secret: parents use their young children to make their own adult friends. It’s not a trick, but simple laziness—an inevitable byproduct of exhausted parents whose dwindling grown-up social interaction is spent at their kids’ playdates. That’s the starting point for The Overnight, the Sundance film that stars Taylor Schilling and Adam Scott as new L.A. transplants from Seattle who jump at the chance to bond with the seemingly cool parents of a boy their son met at the playground.
“We’re both sort of starved for new friends and not really finding a social circle in L.A. yet,” says Scott, who plays the stay-at-home dad to Schilling’s tech executive. “And then we meet Jason Schwartzman’s character in a park, and our kids start playing. He’s like a Silver Lake hipster dad and they invite us over for pizza that night so the kids can play. He and and his wife (Judith Godreche) are kind of glamorous and smart and worldly and we immediately have an easy rapport with them. But then the night gets increasingly strange, and these people end up breaking our relationship wide open—and we can’t put the toothpaste back in the tube. We have to reassess everything about our marriage because of what these two other people are kind of provoking us to do.”
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