‘Killing Jesus’ Cast Plays a Game of ‘Bible or B.S.’
Killing Jesus, National Geographic Channel’s adaptation of the Bill O’Reilly best-seller, dramatizes the circumstances and perceived threat to power that some believe led to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ (Haaz Sleiman).
When Sleiman, joined by co-stars Stephanie Leonidas (Salome) and Emmanuelle Chriqui (Herodia), visited Yahoo TV, however, we decided to lighten the mood with a game of “Bible or B.S.” How it works: We read them statements, and they have to tell us whether they’re accurate according to scripture or something we made up (and yes, we were sneaky: There is a Tamar in the Bible, but, to our knowledge, the other Braxton sisters are not represented).
Watch the video above to see how they did.
To learn more about the making of Killing Jesus — and how a zealous fly in Morocco led to an embarrassing moment for Sleiman in front of the faith-based press observing him film the Last Supper — check out our interview below:
Killing Jesus premieres Sunday, March 29 at 8 p.m. on the National Geographic Channel.
Why do Orphan Black fans keep going on about all clones being played by the same actress?
Because you keep forgetting when you’re watching it.
Me: Orphan Black finale
To prime #CloneClub for tonight’s epic Orphan Black season finale, we sat down with Helena to ask some tough questions and get real answers.
OBTumblr: So Helena, tonight’s the night.
OBTumblr: Ok then… we’ll just jump right in. How would you rate tonight’s season finale?
OBTumblr: Yes, we’re sure your performance is terrific, but how about the episode? Any major spoilers you’re willing to reveal?
OBTumblr: What? Mangoes? Who said anything about mangoes?
OBTumblr: We have literally no idea what you’re talking about, but we’ll try to find you some mangoes after the interview, ok? Now tell us, how many new clones should we expect in tonight’s episode?
OBTumblr: Helena, are you going to take this seri-