Tatiana Maslany Talks About LGBT Characters of ‘Orphan Black’
Recently, Tatiana Maslany was approached by Lionsgate to cast opposite Jake Gyllenhaal in a movie titled “Stronger” based on the 2013’s tragic Boston Marathon bombing and now she is news for expressing her views on the LGBT characters featured on “Orphan Black” about which she talked at the New York PaleyFest on Oct. 18, 2015.
Tatiana Maslany, the Sarah Manning of “Orphan Black,” attended the event with the show’s co-creator Graeme Manson and other cast members like Jordan Gavaris, Maria Doyle Kennedy, and Kristian Bruun and actively took part in the question-answer round. Whereas the co-creator and cast members discussed the upcoming season of the show, Maslany talked about how she was able to connect with the fans of LGBT characters shown on the show.
“I feel such a strong sense of responsibility to the fans. I knew subconsciously we were talking about bodily autonomy, but it was reading essays from trans people and gay people that opened my eyes to how that was being talked about,” Maslany said.
During the event, the co-creator Manson said that he already has an idea about the ending of the show but that doesn’t mean that its end is near. They will keep on developing the story in the hope of introducing something bigger and interesting. When asked about the upcoming season, Manson carefully answered the questions without revealing the details about the same. Even members of the star cast seemed unaware of the upcoming seasons’ story and said that they came to know about the story at the time of script reading not before.
Well, it was revealed that the fourth season will hit screens next year and till then, we have to wait for the updates related to the same. As we all know that this series is all about mysteries, so, we should not forget a common saying about them that mysteries can’t be disclosed beforehand. Something big is coming for all “Orphan Black” fans. Let us wish the star cast all the best for it.
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