New interview and photoshoot of Taylor Schilling for Gotham Magazin

Here’s a new interview of Taylor Schilling with Gotham Magazine


As parole on Orange Is the New Black begins to look imminent, Taylor Schilling trades prison walls for outer space in the new sci-fi flick The Titan. While driving through New York City, she reveals her future predictions for Instagram, what it’s like to play a mom and that someone special who may – or may not – be living in Gowanus.

I think the Manhattan Bridge is faster. It will be faster when we get out of New York.

Taylor Schilling is heading home to Brooklyn after perusing the David Hockney exhibit at The Met with Yael Stone, her co-star on the wildly popular Netflix series Orange Is the New Black, which premieres its fifth season this June. “I’m a backseat driver,” she informs me and the Lyft employee who’s transporting her.

Schilling is 10 minutes late for our call because her phone’s battery was at only 4 percent and she was trying to find an outlet to charge it. She is wholeheartedly, authentically apologetic, as most multitaskers tend to be. “My phone always goes dead,” she says seriously. “It happens. But I snuck down from The Met to the Apple Store,” she explains. “The thing about Apple Stores is… outlets.” You get the feeling this happens to Schilling often.

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Preview of a new interview with Taylor Schilling

Here’s a short preview of Taylor Schilling’s interview with Gotham

From Page Six

“Orange Is the New Black” star Taylor Schilling says she has found love in a hopeless place: Gowanus, most famous for its putrid canal.

“I’m not gonna talk about it, but someone special does live in Gowanus,” Schilling says in the upcoming issue of Gotham. “It’s full of special people. It’s a special place,” she added.

Schilling, who will star in Netflix’s forthcoming sci-fi film “The Titan,” was rumored to be dating Carrie Brownstein.

She tells the mag, however, that when it comes to love, “there’s no part of me that can be put under a label. I really don’t fit into a box — that’s too reductive . . . I’ve had a lot of love, and I don’t have any qualms about where it comes from.”