Taissa has a brand new Photoshoot for AnOther Magazine, I’ve added images to our gallery. Enjoy viewing them.
The studio began developing “The Nun” last June, shortly after “The Conjuring 2” opened. Producers are James Wan, who directed the two “Conjuring” movies and produced the sequel, and Peter Safran, who produced both movies. The current script for “The Nun” is written by Gary Dauberman and Wan.
The demon nun came to life in “The Conjuring 2” from a painting by Patrick Wilson’s paranormal investigator Ed Warren and later attacked Vera Farmiga’s Lorraine Warren. Vera and Taissa Farmiga are sisters.
“The Conjuring 2” deals with the 1977 case of demonic possession of an 11-year-old British girl, played by Madison Wolfe.
New Line has already successfully spun off 2014’s “Annabelle” from the demonic doll from 2013’s “The Conjuring.” “Annabelle” was a massive hit with $256 million worldwide on a $6 million budget, with a sequel set for an August release. “The Conjuring” and “The Conjuring 2” each grossed $320 million worldwide.
New Line announced on Feb. 2 that it had hired Hardy for “The Nun,” which will be released next year on July 13 — Friday the 13th.
Taissa Farmiga is in production on “What They Had,” opposite Michael Shannon and Hilary Swank. She is repped by ICM Partners and Anonymous Content. The news was first reported by Deadline Hollywood.
I’ve added images of Taissa attending the Rbecca Minkkoff See Now Buy Now Fashion Show, enjoy viewing the photos.
Last night Taissa attend the Mary Stuart Holiday Fundraiser for Stockade Works. Sadly there is only one image of Taissa attending the event but I’ve added it to our gallery, enjoy.
I’ve added images of Taissa attending The Hollywood Reporter’s Annual Women In Entertainment Breakfast In Los Angeles (December 7). Enjoy
I’ve added images of Taissa attending the Rules Don’t Apply Premiere last night (November 10). Enjoy viewing them
Taissa attended the Just Jared Annual Halloween Party (October 30) I’ve added images to our gallery. Enjoy viewing them
American Horror Story: Roanoke just might be the new gold standard when it comes to a game-changing twist that changes everything—and the reason you could fall off your couch on Wednesday night.
E! News has learned that starting this week, for the first time in American Horror Story (TV?) history, the show’s core cast—including Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters and Kathy Bates—will start playing different roles halfway through the season. “It’s a radical twist, a completely new form of storytelling,” co-creator Ryan Murphy tells E! News of the episode, which catapults the show into an entirely different direction.
Plus, some long-awaited news for fans: Taissa Farmiga is back! And we will finally get to seeFinn Wittrock return and play the “most f–ked-up character of all time,” according to Murphy, who also teases some deliciousness ahead for fan favorite Evan Peters. Evan and Taissa and Finn and a mind-blowing twist…It’s the stuff that (f–ked-up) dreams are made of, y’all.
Who else is coming back?
Finn Wittrock is coming back soon, playing his most f–ked-up character of all time. To the point where he was like, ‘This is so crazy that I don’t know that I can do it, but I’ll do it.’ And Taissa Farmiga is coming back for the first time ever since Coven, in I think a really, really great part and we love her. We’re very excited—she’s a part of our world and always will be, and I always wanted her to come back.
Taissa attended an event for In A Valley Of Violence, I’ve added images to our gallery enjoy viewing them.
Variety-‘Captain America’s’ Sebastian Stan to Star in ‘We Have Always Lived in the Castle’ Movie
Marvel universe star Sebastian Stan has come on board the independent thriller “We Have Always Lived in the Castle,” with shooting starting in Dublin.
Taissa Farmiga, Alexandra Daddario, Joanne Crawford and Willem Dafoe are also starring in a Further Films production in association with Great Point Media. Producers are Michael Douglas, Jared Goldman, Robert Mitas and Robert Halmi, Jr.
Stacie Passon is directing from a script she wrote with Mark Kroger, adapted from Shirley Jackson’s horror novel about an isolated family which has lost four members to poisoning and uses rituals and talismans to keep itself away from hostile townspeople. Stan will play a distant cousin, intent on maliciously securing the family’s fortune whose arrival sets in motion the uncovering of family secrets.
The novel was published in 1962 and was adapted into a play in 1966 by Hugh Wheeler.
Stan plays James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes/Winter Soldier in the three Captain America movies and will appear in “Avengers: Infinity War” next year. He also appeared in “The Martian” and recently wrapped “I’m Not Here” with Maika Monroe and J.K. Simmons.
Stan is repped by ICM Partners, Brookside Artists Management and Lon Sorensen at Sloane, Offer.