Prepare for some revelations about what lies ahead in season 4 of Orphan Black, as the show is part of the roster at Comic-Con on July 10.
Actress Tatiana Maslany, the archetypal clone in all her glory, and showrunners John Fawcett and Graeme Mason will be present at the event, and they will dish some about the future of Project Leda and Project Castor, according to the Verge. The report reveals that filming for season 4 is also set to begin soon.
The presentation is scheduled for 5:45 p.m. on Sunday.
In fact Mason has already talked about the next chapter in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter. When specifically asked if the show will be moving into fictive realm and digressing from it's sci-fi core in the season 4, Mason was clear about their vision.
"No, we'll always keep our science grounded in current cutting-edge science," he said. "The fun is where you take the little step into the sci-fi category, you know? Rather than [a huge leap]."
The creator was also particularly asked about how Sarah (Maslany) and her sisters will go about fighting the indomitable Neolution, which was revealed in the season 3 finale. Manson revealed that the nature of this beast will probably be the toughest to tame for the team, and this will actually add new the twists in the plot.
"On the one hand, Sarah's finally fought her way through the factions to look behind the curtain, and she'll have one main foe," he said. "On the other hand, Neolution is diffuse; it's everywhere and nowhere at the same time. It's a new kind of enemy for us; it's cool."
The finale of season 3 aired on June 20.
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