First ‘The Titan’ trailer

Here’s the first The Titan trailer with Taylor Schilling

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Picture and quotes of Taylor Schilling in NEON magazine – Germany

Here’s a pic and few quotes of Taylor Schilling with German magazine ‘NEON’

Translation found on the internet:

 “Dating doesn’t change much, surprisingly, when your counterpart can google nude pics of you before your first date. I hope, nevertheless, that my dates don’t read too much about me on the internet before the date”

“I’m a tall woman, so men have to stand on apple crates while shooting to appear taller. I don’t want to go into detail but I’ve learned: Don’t adress it. We’ll both pretend it is not happening.”

“I don’t really drink alcohol, that’s just not me nor my lifestyle. I’m living a life without hangover”

“If you’re stuck and don’t see a way out: There is always one, I promise.”

“While working as a nanny I’ve learned two important things: Everybody wants to be heard. And nobody likes it to be excluded on the playground.”

” I cannot confirm the theory of falling in love with someone inevitably just because of kissing them many times. I’ve kissed Laura Prepon constantly over the last five years, because we play a couple on “Orange is the new black” but I’ve never fallen in love with her.”

“Try, under any circumstance, to look behind a persons face and not to jump to conclusions too fast. We have a lot in common, more than we think.”

” I want to absorb the news, not to be absorbed by them. It’s a balancing act staying mentally healthy and to be aware of the things happening to the world at the same time. The daily 15-minute podcast of the “New York Times” is a good way not to lose track.”

“Risk something in life. You have nothing to lose.”

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NEW PROJECT: Taylor Schilling to star in ‘Descendant’

New movie role! Taylor Schilling to star in ‘Descendant’

From THR

Taylor Schilling is set to topline the thriller Descendant for MGM’s Orion Pictures.The feature tells the story of a young mother who, concerned about her 8-year-old son’s disturbing behavior, thinks something supernatural may be affecting him. Nicholas McCarthy will direct from a screenplay by Jeff Buhler.Tripp Vinson (The Exorcism of Emily Rose) will produce Descendant, which is expected to begin production in March in Toronto. Daniel Bekerman, Lisa Zambri, Nick Spicer and Jeff Buhler will serve as executive producers.

In 2017, MGM relaunched Orion as a stand-alone U.S. theatrical marketing and distribution company, headed by John Hegeman. The first feature set for release under the reinstated label will be MGM’s adaptation of Michael Sucsy’s YA romance Every Day, which stars Angourie Rice and Justice Smith and will hit theaters Feb. 23. Last month, Orion made its first acquisition with Anna and the Apocalypse.

Descendant is a unique and terrifying addition to the horror genre and we are looking forward to working with Nicholas, Tripp and Taylor in bringing Jeff’s script to life,” Hegeman said in a statement.

Schilling has received Golden Globe and Emmy nominations for her work on the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black, which will have its season six premiere this summer. She also co-stars in the upcoming sci-fi drama The Titan, alongside Sam Worthington and Tom Wilkinson, and Emilio Estevez’s The Public, with Gabrielle Union and Jena Malone.

Schilling is repped by The Gersh Agency and 3 Arts Entertainment. McCarthy, who directed the horror-thriller The Pact, is repped by CAA and Plattform.

‘Fam-I-Ly’ world premiere at the ‘South by Southwest Conference and Festival’

‘Fam-I-Ly’ world premiere at the ‘South by Southwest Conference and Festival’

Ten world premieres; ten unique ways to celebrate the art of storytelling. Selected from 1,408 narrative feature submissions in 2018.

Director/Screenwriter: Laura Steinel
When an emotionally stunted 30-year-old woman is tasked with watching her awkward and bullied 12-year-old niece for the week, she finds her life unfurling when the girl runs away to be a juggalo. Cast: Taylor Schilling, Bryn Vale, Brian Tyree Henry, Jessie Ennis, Blair Beeken, Matt Walsh, Allison Tolman, Eric Edelstein, Kate McKinnon, Fabrizio Guido (World Premiere)

Kate Stone’s a workaholic. She hates kids. She hates most social situations, because she doesn’t know what to do with her arms. So when her estranged brother Joe tracks her down to watch her awkward and bullied 12 year old niece Maddie, Kate thinks babysitting for the week can’t get any worse — until Maddie runs away to become a juggalo.

Year:  2018

Premiere Status: World Premiere
Genre:  Comedy
Screening Section: Narrative Feature Competition
Screening Category: Narrative Feature
Country: United States
Language: English
Runtime: 83:30 mins

The confab runs March 9-18 in Austin