New BTS video of Taylor Schilling and the ‘Orange Is The New Black’ cast photoshoot with InStyle

New BTS video of Taylor Schilling and the ‘Orange Is The New Black’ cast photoshoot with InStyle

BTS Videos of Taylor Schilling and the ‘Orange Is The New Black’ cast photoshoot for InStyle

BTS Videos of Taylor Schilling and the ‘Orange Is The New Black’ cast photoshoot for InStyle

Over the past four seasons of the critically acclaimed Netflix series Orange Is the New Black, we’ve witnessed Litchfield’s female inmates tackle illicit panty-smuggling rings, addiction, and affairs galore. Last year, the dramedy delivered the biggest cliff-hanger to date when Dayanara (Dascha Polanco) grabbed a gun and aimed it at an abusive prison guard. When the show officially returns, expect to be plunged into a full-on riot.

“The whole season takes place over three days, and you get to see everyone at their rawest,” says Taylor Schilling, who along with seven of her co-stars got a temporary reprieve from Litchfield to model—what else?—jumpsuits and delve into what goes on behind the scenes.

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New interview of Taylor Schilling with InStyle

Here’s a new interview of Taylor Schilling with InStyle

From InStyle

Taylor Schilling limps into the IWC Schaffhausen boutique in Midtown Manhattan with the determination befitting an actress who’s trafficked a suitcase full of drug money and run a panty-smuggling ring (onscreen, of course). She’s here during the Tribeca Film Festival as an ambassador for the Swiss luxury watch brand, which is sponsoring the annual event for the fifth year in a row. “When I was growing up, I knew nothing about watches,” she said yesterday afternoon, resting her foot on the floor. “Now that I’m an adult, I notice how everyone has their own expertise. It’s like wine and cars!” Here, Schilling gets candid about her recent injury, her two upcoming films, indie comedy Fam-i-ly and the Duplass brothers-produced Take Me—premiering at the festival on April 25—and the new season of Orange Is the New Black.

First off, what happened to your ankle?

I just finished filming this movie, Fam-i-ly, in Atlanta, and I tried to do a move and my ankle inverted. I don’t do my own stunts—it was a one-off. I’m really in fighting form right now. [Laughs]

Tell us about the new role.

It’s a dark comedy. I actually put on 15 pounds to play the part. Like every woman I know, I have a very complicated relationship with food. The movie really deals with that topic, so it felt really important to me to [put on the weight]. It’s not as challenging as you think it would be. Now I understand why people enjoy french fries. Like, I get it. I’m with you. Reubens were my go-to for this one, though. It’s just what I wanted to eat. If you eat a Reuben, you’re pretty much set.

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Interview: Taylor Schilling talks about the Burt’s Bees campaign with InStyle

Here’s a new interview of Taylor Schilling with InStyle

From InStyle:

Burt’s Bees, the maker of your favorite little tube of yellow lip balm, has officially kicked off their 2017 Bring Back the Bees campaign. The initiative seeks to defeat the declining bee population problem by planting bee-sustaining wildflower seeds, and Orange Is the New Black star Taylor Schilling has signed on to spread the word—oh, and share her selfie.

“I think the declining of the bee population impacts so much of my daily experience of the world in ways that I wasn’t even really aware of,” she told InStyle in an interview about the program.

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Wednesday Wisdom by Taylor Schilling

InStyle Magazine shared this quote of Taylor Schilling’s interview in the new InStyle

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How would you describe yourself as a teen?
I was shy, I didn’t have very many friends, and I felt totally unattractive to boys. I got made fun of for my height—I was 5 foot 7 at age 12. That young girl eating lunch alone in the choir room has stuck with me. I have empathy for anybody who is perceived as “other.”

You can read the full interview here