“Bates Motel” may not be premiering on A&E for at least a little while longer, but it is no understatement that there is a big season coming up little later in the spring. Just in case you wondered whether or not this was a show that was going to drift far from its “Psycho” roots, rest assured that you will get quite the clear answer and then some by the time the season comes to a close. We’re not saying that any enormous action will occur, but Norman Bates is not going to suddenly turn around and start becoming less creepy after beginning that spiral downward.
Speaking to Yahoo TV, executive producer Kerry Ehrin made it clear that we are going to see Bates become “more emotionally afraid” as time passes this season, which makes some sense given who her son is. As for whether or not she has any fault in all of this, we presume that much of that debate will depend on whether or not you hold her particularly responsible for a lot of the decisions that she made to hide Norman’s actions.
This is a unique show for us, mostly because we’re not so much excited for one event. Instead, we’re just looking forward to seeing Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga, who are both still very underrated, working a little bit of their magic again on the show.
There is no premiere date just yet, but we will be sure to let you know the moment that there is.
“The Conjuring” was without doubt one of the more successful film releases of 2013, as the production managed to earn back its budget several times over, and exceeded all expectations regarding its critical reception. It’s no surprise that the studio is already working on a sequel, and it’s currently scheduled for release in 2016 – and according to reports, the new film is going to shake things up a bit in the setting and plot development.
“The Conjuring 2” is reportedly going to move the location of the plot to England during the late 70s. The main plot will revolve around two sisters who have become possessed, with Warren reporting that she has personally seen one levitating, and the other apparently being capable of teleportation. She further went on to say that this has been the most frightening experience in her entire career – it seems that things are going to shake up a bit for the character.
The full name of the new film will be “The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist”. It’s worth noting that the story is based on real-life reports by Margaret Hodgson, a single mother living with her four children who have been haunted by poltergeists over the years.
Hello everyone, I have added on set images of Vera from the newest season of Bates Motel.
Television Series > Bates Motel (2013-2014) > Season 3 > On Set: December 5, 2014
As I was on vacation I couldn’t make this post before but on October 28 The Fan Carpet elected Vera Farmiga Online the fansite of the day.
Site Opened: February, 2006
Image Gallery Count: 52201
Known For: Source Code (2011)
Up Next: The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist (2016)
Last Known Dating: Renn Hawkey
Quote: “I really don’t feel a need to be famous. But I do feel a need to make a difference, to shed light on human emotion through acting.”
Fun Fact: Expressive, piercing blue eyes.
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Gino sits down with actors Vera Farmiga and Dax Shepard to talk about the film “The Judge.” The film is about a big city lawyer who returns home to help his father, who is suspected of murder.
LOS ANGELES – Vera Farmiga and Dax Shepard are definitely part of the Robert Downey Jr. fan club, especially after working with the “Iron Man” on “The Judge.”
But don’t discount: Billy Bob Thornton is apparently a pretty good hang.
The co-stars told HitFix reporter Louis Virtel what made their own roles in the flick so cool (or “cute-cucumber,” whatever your preference) too.
“I like taking on feminine characterizations I admire, and want to be more like,” Farmiga said of her role Samantha. “There’s a lot in between the lines.”
For Shepard, he said this is the first time ever he’s “played someone who’s a straight[-up] good person,” he said. “I’m not witty, I’m not making fun of anyone. I do my best… really acknowledging how I feel about Downey in real life. Which is ‘this guy is the greatest.'”
Which roles would the actors love to take from their movies, and turn into a TV show?
Frito from “Idiocracy” is certainly a fan favorite, as far as Shepard’s resumee is concerned. He likes to make his wife Kristen Bell laugh by busting out that dumbbell accent around the house.
And Farmiga would love to be that good ol’ “wacky prostitute” Oana from 2006’s “Breaking and Entering.”
Watch the rest of the interview above, on other fun moments from “The Judge,” why Shepard’s caught on the term “buffoon” and how fans see Farmiga after getting a load of Norma Bates from “Bates Motel.”
Robert Downey Jr. counts actress Vera Farmiga, one of his co-stars in The Judge, among “my favourite human beings in the world.” Back at you, Downey. Farmiga thinks so highly of you and of fellow co-star Robert Duvall that she calls working with the duo on The Judge “a great privilege.”
This kind of buttering-up can be utter nonsense, trite asides during a movie promotion. But, in this case, the mutual admiration sounds genuine and therefore believable. It started with the respect she had going in on the project, Farmiga says in a one-on-one interview prior to the release of The Judge, which is now playing in theatres.
“Duvall and Downey are arguably the best actors in the world. So there is a respect already that we all came with.” Naming other members of the ensemble, including Vincent D’Onofrio, Jeremy Strong, Billy Bob Thornton and Dax Shepard, Farmiga says “the calibre already is five-star across the board.”
Layer that support cast under the Duvall-Downey duo and the set was electric, Farmiga says. “So you come in with such respect and anticipation and joy — and that is what you yearn for as an actor, to have this kind of opportunity!”