Sons of Anarchy “J’ai Obtenu Cette” Screencaps
Maggie on the cover of Regard Magazine!
Maggie is on the cover of this month’s Regard Magazine – the whole story is up December 12th – until there here is the cover!
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‘Sons of Anarchy’s’ Maggie Siff on ‘Horrifying,’ ‘Tragic’ End to Season 5
In the final moments of the episode, Tara finally tells Jax (Charlie Hunnam) that she’s moving to Oregon with the kids — with or without him.
“There’s really no turning back from that. She’s not asking him a question — she’s telling him the way it is,” Siff tells The Hollywood Reporter.
However, right after that moment, the police arrive to arrest Tara on conspiracy to commit murder.
“It was really horrifying and tragic for the character. I root for her so much,” Siff tells THR about that final scene. “I always feel conflicted when I read scenes like that because it’s so upsetting for Tara, and yet as an actor, I’m always excited for that kind of a challenge.”
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Concussion to premiere at Sundance
The 2013 Sundance Film Festival runs January 17-27 and will offer up 113 feature-length films (98 of them premieres) from 32 countries. Here are the U.S. and World Cinema Dramatic and Documentary Competitions lineups, announced today along with the out-of-competition section. (UPDATE: As the LA Times notes, eight of the 16 U.S. Dramatic Competition films are directed by women, including the opening-night film May In the Summer, from Cherien Dabis. That’s a welcome change from, say, this year’s Cannes Film Festival’s competition lineup, which didn’t field a single female helmer.) Sundance’s Spotlight, Park City at Midnight, New Frontier, Premieres and Documentary Premieres sidebars will be announced later.
Concussion / U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Stacie Passon) — After a blow to the head, Abby decides she can’t do it anymore. Her life just can’t be only about the house, the kids and the wife. She needs more: she needs to be Eleanor. Cast: Robin Weigert, Maggie Siff, Johnathan Tchaikovsky, Julie Fain Lawrence, Emily Kinney, Laila Robins.
SOA “To Thine Own Self” Screencaps
Sons of Anarchy on the cover of EW!
Just because he’s the mastermind behind FX’s most-successful series ever, doesn’t mean that Kurt Sutter is the picture of serenity these days — especially in the editing room. If there’s one thing that makes the executive producer’s job more difficult than ever, it’s finding a way to wedge in all the great performances into one 44-minute episode of SOA.
Most times, he can’t — which is why the network has been “really generous on time” by giving Sutter four 90 minute-episodes to wrap the drama’s fifth season, ending Dec. 4. But he still had to make tough choices. “I just can’t get it all in,” laments Sutter to EW. “It’s interesting because my scripts keep getting tighter in terms of page count and yet I keep getting directors cuts that are longer and longer. A scene that would normally play out in two minutes now takes like 3½ minutes because they’re much more emotionalized. It’s really about letting those scenes breathe so they can have the life they’re supposed to have, because there is so much more at stake.”
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SOA “Crucifixed” Screencaps
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Sons of Anarchy – New Episode Still
I’ve added one new still of Maggie to the gallery for next week’s episode (BIG thanks to Carol for sending it over)
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