“The Commuter” New York Premiere videos

Video footage from the event and some red carpet interviews with Vera!

Vera at the “The Commuter” New York Premiere

Vera attended the The Commuter New York Premiere yesterday, January 8 at the “AMC Loews Lincoln Square”. She looked very beautiful and happy alongside the cast. Uploaded some photos for you to enjoy!

Vera to read “Princess Bride” in Atlanta to aid Puerto Rico

If you have the chance you should most definitly go! Tickets will be available here.

Hugh Jackman, who’s been in Atlanta filming his role as former U.S. Sen. Gary Hart and presidential contender Gary Hart in “The Front Runner,” will take time out for a fundraiser benefiting hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico.

Jackman will read the role of Westley in a live performance of “The Princess Bride.” His “Front Runner” co-star Vera Farmiga reads the role of Buttercup. She plays Lee Hart in the movie.

The event will take place October 22 at the Rialto Theatre in downtown Atlanta, where “The Front Runner” has been filming.

Source: MyAJC

Vera & Taissa Farmiga at THR’s Women in Entertainment Breakfast

Vera and her sister Taissa Farmiga at The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Breakfast on December 7, 2016. They both looked gorgeous and happy together!

Lea Michele and Taissa Farmiga are showing their support for Ryan Murphy!
Vera and Taissa Farmiga at the Women in Entertainment Breakfast
The two actresses, as well as Taissa‘s sister Vera, stepped out at The Hollywood Reporter’s Annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast on Wednesday (December 7) where Ryan was being honored with the Equity in Entertainment Award.

Ryan, who created Lea‘s shows Glee and Scream Queens as well as Taissa‘s show American Horror Story, was being recognized for his commitment to inclusion of women and people of color in the entertainment industry.

“Truly inspired after this morning’s amazing event. Thank you @THR & a huge Congrats to my friend Ryan Murphy for today’s incredible honor,” Lea wrote on her Twitter after the event.

Source: Just Jared

Photos from Toronto International Film Festival 2016

Vera Farmiga at the TIFF 2016

Some photos from the “Burn Your Maps” news conference at the Toronto International Film Festival at TIFF Bell Lightbox on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016, in Toronto. Vera looked amazing as usual!

Nestor Carbonell talkes about Vera and ‘Bates Motel’

Nestor Carbonell talkes about Vera Farmiga

Nestor Carbonell was interviewed by Showbiz Junkies and he mentioned working with Vera on Bates Motel and things about the show in general.

For a while it actually looked like Sheriff Romero was going to have a nice, calm, romantic life with the woman that he loved, and then…

Nestor Carbonell: “This little jerk ruins it all! It’s awful. It’s interesting, even knowing it was coming we tried to stay in the moment as much as you can. I remember Vera and I talked about, ‘Okay, we can’t play the end. We’ve got to play it light. We’ve got to stay hopeful.’ You know what’s going to happen but you’ve got to stay hopeful through the process and find moments of hope. But the end was so devastating; I didn’t know it was going to hit me as hard as it did and neither did the crew. I could see a number of them emotional, crying. And I know Carlton (Cuse) spoke about it at the panel, he cried when he was writing a specific part of that scene on the plane.

We’ve grown so attached to these characters. Kerry (Ehrin) and Carlton and the writers have written such amazingly rich and messed up characters with incredible misbehavior, and yet somehow as messed up as they are we’ve grown really attached to them. So when someone like that dies, it’s weird. It almost feels real.”

Now that Norma’s dead and only living in Norman’s delusional mind, will you ever get to work with Vera Farmiga anymore?

Nestor Carbonell: “I can’t, unless I start hallucinating, I can’t imagine I do. I know Max (Thieriot) spoke about this at the panel that one of the sad things (was) last year he had a phenomenal bunch of scenes with Vera at the end where they didn’t see eye-to-eye and he left on bad terms with her. But he said outside of those scenes what was even more painful was knowing that he wouldn’t have scenes with her ever again. I certainly felt the same way. I knew going in to it after episode nine I was like, ‘Well, that’s it, except for trying to put a ring on her corpse.’ It’s just not quite the same as interacting with her in real life. So, unfortunately, Freddie hogs her all to himself next season.”

Source: Showbiz Junkies

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