Happy birthday, Vera!

Today is our favorite actress and director Vera Farmiga’s birthday and she turns 45 years old. So on behalf of all of the fans, we’d like to wish Vera a lovely birthday and that she gets to celebrate with her family and close friends!

Please feel free to leave any birthday messages for Vera here by commenting or our Twitter.

“Electric Dreams” premieres tonight

If you are able to, be sure to watch Vera’s episode on Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams tonight, January 12th!

Article from Entertainment Weekly:

Watch out Black Mirror, because there’s another sci-fi anthology series on the block.

Making its U.S. debut Friday on Amazon’s streaming service, Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams is based on the oft-mined short stories of the late author and further explores his futuristic worlds and ideas.

The series does so with the help of an all-star crew in front of the camera and behind it. Steve Buscemi, Anna Paquin, Terrence Howard, Greg Kinnear, Janelle Monáe, Vera Farmiga, and Maura Tierney are among the actors involved, while Alan Taylor (Game of Thrones), Ronald D. Moore (Battlestar Galactica), and Dee Rees (Mudbound) each wrote and/or directed an episode.

Filling the role of both star and executive producer is Bryan Cranston, who previously appeared in the 2012 Total Recall remake, which, like Blade Runner and Minority Report, was inspired by Dick’s work.

“I will not do anything that doesn’t move me, because otherwise, it’s just a job — and I don’t need a job,” Cranston tells EW. “I had always been a fan of Philip K. Dick, and I love to tell stories, so when this opportunity came up, I jumped to be a part of it.”

The four-time Emmy-winner, who has made a concerted effort to create and produce projects in his post-Breaking Bad years (Sneaky Pete, Dangerous Book For Boys), leads the cast of Electric Dreams‘ third episode, “Human Is.” Director Francesca Gregorini’s installment focuses on Vera (Essie Davis), a woman suffering through a loveless marriage with her emotionally abusive husband (Cranston). But when he returns from battle, he suddenly appears to be a different man — in more ways than one.

“If you look at it just briefly, the glimpsed opinion is that it’s a dystopian sci-fi show,” explains Cranston. “But thematically, every episode has a relatable, useful human element to it, whether it’s tackling xenophobia, jealousy, greed, or privacy.”

Ahead of the series’ Friday release on Amazon, watch an exclusive clip from Cranston’s episode above.

Happy birthday, Vera

Today is the day our most beloved actress, miss Vera Farmiga, turns 44 years old. On behalf of all of the fans, we’d like to wish Vera a lovely birthday filled with love, cake and laughter!

Please feel free to leave any birthday messages for Vera here by commenting or our Twitter.

Vera’s Twitter – Finished filming ‘Bates Motel’

So it’s a wrap!
Vera and the other cast members just finished filming their fifth and final season of Bates Motel. Showing her last day of filming, Vera posted on Twitter an image of herself smooching Freddie Highmore, her onscreen son Norman.

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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