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Tatiana Maslany at the Orphan Black Press Conference at the Four Seasons Hotel [x]

Évelyne Brochu, Graeme Manson, Jordan Gavaris, Maria Doyle Kennedy and John Fawcett attend the ‘Orphan Black’ premiere at Sunshine Cinema on April 17, 2014

After not being sure I would even be able to make it to the screening because of a last minute family emergency, we were able to arrive just a few people after the cut off and make it into the standby seats!

Thank you so much to Maddie (cosimanotgonnadiehaus) for keeping me updated on the line situation. Without her, I wouldn’t have met up with some other clone clubbers on the line, and without our want of taking a clone club group photo, I wouldn’t have walked back in time to watch Jordan walk by me on the sidewalk! I was so shocked I blurted out his name, and he is such a wonderful person that, I don’t know how, but he waved back at my confused face with a handsome grin and made his way back through the crowd to say hello and talk to us about tumblr, even taking photos of our url stickers on his phone! He, along with Maria, Evelyne, John, and Graeme walked into the crowd of fans to chat, take selfies, and sign autographs! What lovely, gracious people.

It was an amazing experience, and what a show and cast Orphan Black has. I’m very grateful to have shared it with friends and the awesome people I met today :)

(Evelyne loved the term “Selphine”!)

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Evelyne Brochu stopped by the Clone Club Linecon at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema to hand out Helena snacks & meet OB fans before the premiere fan screening tonight at 7pm ET.

P.S. There’s still time to join the line and attend the screening tonight. Full details are here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1410845445847009/


"They said, ‘This [Orphan Black] is going to be insane’", said Maslany in a recent interview at her Los Angeles hotel room. "I said, ‘Yeah, yeah, sure.’ They were like, ‘No, listen to us. It’s going to be a lot.’ I just remember saying, ‘It’s fine. It’s fine. As long as I have a yoga mat and a room that I can go to and chill for a bit, all will be OK.’  Her naivete was checked at the floor. The yoga mat is rolled up and sitting dusted in a corner somewhere, she admitted with a puckish smile that offset her structured head-to-toe black ensemble. "It’s never been touched."

"They said, ‘This [Orphan Black] is going to be insane’", said Maslany in a recent interview at her Los Angeles hotel room. "I said, ‘Yeah, yeah, sure.’ They were like, ‘No, listen to us. It’s going to be a lot.’ I just remember saying, ‘It’s fine. It’s fine. As long as I have a yoga mat and a room that I can go to and chill for a bit, all will be OK.’  Her naivete was checked at the floor. The yoga mat is rolled up and sitting dusted in a corner somewhere, she admitted with a puckish smile that offset her structured head-to-toe black ensemble. "It’s never been touched."


“To be honest, it’s been very surreal for me,” said Maslany. Her shoulders drooped a little and the volume of her naturally lively voice dropped considerably. When asked why she’d suddenly started whispering, Maslany’s face turned red. “I’m embarrassed,” she confessed. “I know that there’s a following now, and we have our fans and our critics who’ve been really good to us and taken us to that next level. But the only world I can understand is about the work. This other thing feels very foreign to me.” [x]

“To be honest, it’s been very surreal for me,” said Maslany. Her shoulders drooped a little and the volume of her naturally lively voice dropped considerably. When asked why she’d suddenly started whispering, Maslany’s face turned red. “I’m embarrassed,” she confessed. “I know that there’s a following now, and we have our fans and our critics who’ve been really good to us and taken us to that next level. But the only world I can understand is about the work. This other thing feels very foreign to me.” [x]

Tatiana Maslany: Behind the Scenes with Vanity Fair (x)

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