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Tim Riggins, how we miss thee and those luscious dirty blonde locks! Friday Night Lights premiered eight years ago this month, and because we were feeling sentimental, Us Weekly sidelined with Taylor Kitsch at the GQ x Lacoste Sport Pop Up event in NYC on Thursday, Oct. 23, to discuss the fan-favorite sports drama (a.k.a. the best show of all time!). Reunion buzz often follows the NBC cast, but Kitsch, 33, continues to stick with the notion that a film would just ruin how Coach Taylor and [...] »
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Matt Lauria knows how to play rough. Despite being one of the nicer people in Hollywood, the actor has a history of portraying dark characters haunted by their pasts. On Directv’s new drama Kingdom, Lauria plays Mma fighter Ryan Wheeler, whose personal mantra “Destroyer” (tattooed in large letters across his chest) represents his approach to his life both in and out of the cage.
Those familiar with his work on Jason Katims series Friday Night Lights and Parenthood will see shades of his Parenthood character Ryan York, only this time the stakes are much higher. After serving four years in prison, Wheeler is trying to rebuild his life with very few people who will go to bat for him — save for his former mentor who is now dating his ex-fiance. This may sound like the same soapy love triangle synopsis of many a modern drama, but »
- Emily Exton
After months and months of speculation, it may actually be confirmed that Taylor Kitsch will be starring in True Detective Season 2. Well, at least Kitsch has confirmed himself for the role. Although HBO has not yet announced the casting themselves, Kitsch said in a recent interview with Adweek that he would be a part of the anthology series’ second season. “Yeah, I’m really excited,” Kitsch said to Adweek when discussing True Detective. “I’ve just been prepping. It’s been almost a full year since I’ve been on camera, so I’m itching, man. I’m overdue. You’ve just got to grind it out. Even taking this year off was, I mean you want to work, but you also don’t want to just water it down and work for the sake of working. So, it was tough to sit a year out, keeping a finger crossed »
- Chris King
The actor Taylor Kitsch, known as an action hero in Battleship and John Carter as well as for a long-running dramatic role in Friday Night Lights, has confirmed hes part of the cast for True Detectives second season.
It has long been rumoured that Kitsch would play a part in the crime drama, whose first series was hugely acclaimed for its blend of hardboiled plotting and dreamily beautiful photography, along with blue-chip performances from Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson. Its second season has already signed up big names in Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn.
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- Ben Beaumont-Thomas
Tim Riggins is about to be back on our TVs, and no, this is not a drill! Friday Night Lights heartthrob Taylor Kitsch just cleared up all those rumors surrounding him starring in True Detective season two, and it's pretty much the greatest news ever. Even though HBO hasn't made the official announcement that Kitsch will be joining True Detective next season, he told AdWeek that he "can't f--king wait to hit camera" on the critically loved drama, which is set to begin shooting next month. "Yeah, I'm really excited," Kitsch said. "I've just been prepping. It's been almost a full year since I've been on camera, so I'm itching, man. I'm overdue. »
All the rumors were true! Taylor Kitsch just confirmed that he's doing Season 2 of "True Detective" in the latest issue of Adweek. While the "Friday Night Lights" alum has taken a year off and out of the spotlight, he can't wait to take on the crime drama! "Yeah, I’m really excited," he told the mag about taking the role. "I’ve just been prepping. It’s been almost a full year since I’ve been on camera, so I’m itching, man. I’m overdue. You’ve just got to grind it out." Kitsch even turned down a number of projects to be a part of the popular mini-series. "Yeah, I mean it was just showing a lot of patience on my end and turning a lot of stuff down because I wanted to be a part of it," he tells the mag. "And having this meeting with [series creator] Nic Pizzolatto, »
- tooFab Staff
Taylor Kitsch wants his next role to be a “True” one.
Kitsch said in an interview with AdWeek that he’s on board for HBO’s “True Detective” after months of speculation, saying that he “can’t f–king wait to hit the camera” on the drama.
“Yeah, I’m really excited,” the “Normal Heart” actor told AdWeek. “I’ve just been prepping. It’s been almost a full year since I’ve been on camera, so I’m itching, man. I’m overdue.”
“You want to work, but you also don’t want to just water it down and work for the sake of working,” he said. “So, it was tough to sit a year out, keeping a finger crossed that I was going to get True.”
- Jordyn Holman
Fox’s fall lineup, Gotham aside, has delivered a whole slew of disappointments, with heavily promoted reality series Utopia landing softly and new series like Gracepoint, Mulaney and Red Band Society proving dead on arrival. However, maybe midseason hip-hop drama Empire will turn things around for the network.
Featuring a star-studded cast led by Terrence Howard, Taraji P. Henson, Gabourey Sidibe and Courtney Love, the show is looking increasingly like a potential hit. Like ABC’s Nashville, which is currently in its third season, Empire aims to blend the soapy, scandalous drama of Dynasty (which show creator Lee Daniels, of The Butler and Precious fame, has cited as an inspiration) with toe-tapping music. And judging by the first trailer, which you can check out below, the series has been wholly successful in that endeavor.
Howard toplines as Lucious Lyon, the head of a hip-hop empire who rose up from a »
- Isaac Feldberg
HBO's “True Detective” has locked down another of its detectives for Season 2. As TheWrap previously reported, Taylor Kitsch had long been rumored for one of the lead roles, and now the actor himself has confirmed that he will indeed be part of the project. See photos: 10 ‘True Detective’ Acting Teams We Want to See Next (Photos) “Yeah, I'm really excited. I've just been prepping,” the “Friday Night Lights” actor told AdWeek. “It's been almost a full year since I've been on camera, so I'm itching, man. I'm overdue. You've just got to grind it out.” Also read: ‘American Horror Story’ to ‘True Detective': 8 Anthology. »
- Linda Ge
As if screening John Wick at this year’s Fantastic Feast and interviewing Keanu Reeves (faints) wasn’t enough, actress Adrianne Palicki was also present to do some interviews in support of the badass action film. While many of you know her as Tyra Collette from the Friday Night Lights television series, comic book aficionados may now know her as Mockingbird from Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D, marking her introduction into the Marvel cinematic universe. While I’m sure that fruitful path will open many, many doors, her participation in John Wick is like a nice warm-up for the action sequences that are going to follow while she wears the Mockingbird costume.
Starring opposite Keanue Reeves, Palicki is a sarcastic rivaling agent who knows how to kick some serious ass – and look good doing so. I sat down with the actress to talk about the rigorous physical »
- Matt Donato
AMC’s The Walking Dead companion series just locked a director for the pilot episode and he’s an Academy Award winner! Adam Davidson snagged the Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film back in 1991 for The Lunch Date and, ever since, he’s been racking up TV credits. He’s worked on a slew of shows including Lost, Deadwood, Dexter, True Blood, Fringe, Big Love, Masters of Sex and so many more. Davidson is expected to start shooting his Walking Dead companion series episode late this year. Hit the jump for more on the show and Davidson. It’s times like this that I wish I had paid closer attention to who’s directing what episode of my favorite TV shows, but sadly, I can’t remember what went down in Davidson’s episodes of Friday Night Lights, Hell on Wheels or Six Feet Under. However, he did just »
- Perri Nemiroff
Although Friday Night Lights aired its final episode more than three years ago, it's only natural for you to still aspire to be like Connie Britton's lovable, badass Friday Night Lights character, Tami Taylor. For one thing, she has an incredible marriage - Coach Taylor is almost too good to be true - and for another, time and time again, Tami somehow manages to strike the perfect balance between grit and grace. For a fun blast from the past, take a look at 30 Gif-worthy reasons your life goal is to be just like Tami, then take our quiz to find out which Friday Night Lights guy you should date! »
Fifteen years after “The Blair Witch Project,” co-director Eduardo Sanchez makes a lackluster return to found-footage horror with the Bigfoot thriller “Exists.” Eschewing the painfully slow-burning suspense and pseudo-realism that helped make “Blair Witch” a sleeper smash and genre touchstone, Sanchez’s thoroughly conventional approach here does little to elevate a dismally generic script from frequent collaborator Jamie Nash. Although “Exists” somehow managed to land an audience award at this year’s SXSW fest, the day-and-date VOD and limited theatrical release will look more at home as filler on basic-cable genre channels.
It would be a stretch to call any of the walking targets in “Exists” a proper character, but YouTube-obsessed Brian (Chris Osborn) nearly fits the bill. Never without a piece of recording equipment on hand or strapped to his body, the insufferable dudebro embarks on a trek into the East Texas woods with sibling Matt (Samuel Davis); Matt’s girlfriend, »
- Geoff Berkshire
If you’re a Friday Night Lights fan, it’s time to get excited. Coach Taylor is returning to television (well, technically Netflix but still). Kyle Chandler, who played Coach Eric Taylor on the critically beloved NBC football drama, is starring in a new series from Netflix entitled Bloodline, and after announcing the show months ago, Netflix has finally revealed when the it will premiere and even released a teaser trailer for the thriller. All 13 episodes of Bloodline will be available to stream in March 2015. Bloodline was created and executive produced by Todd A. Kessler, Daniel Zelman, and Glenn Kesslerand. The series, which takes place in the Florida Keys, focuses on a very close but also very secretive family that must deal with their hidden lies being revealed when their “black sheep” brother comes back into their lives. In addition to Chandler, the cast of Bloodline features many familiar names and faces, »
- Chris King
Netflix will launch a new original series in March 2015, the streaming leader announced Thursday. See photos: TheGrill's Speakers Exclusive Portraits (Photos) Set in the Florida keys, “Bloodline” will depict a family of four adult siblings battling demons from the past after a black sheep brother returns home. Also read: Netflix Picks Up Bill Burr, Laura Dern and Justin Long Animated Comedy Series ‘F Is for Family’ Created and executive produced by Todd A. Kessler, Daniel Zelman and Glenn Kessler, the 13-episode season stars: Kyle Chandler (“Friday Night Lights”), Ben Mendelsohn (“The Dark Knight Rises”), Linda Cardellini (“Mad Men”), Sam Shepard (“The Right Stuff”), Sissy. »
- Jordan Chariton
If you're a fan of Friday Night Lights, you might be pleased to hear that Kyle Chandler is starring in a new series for Netflix, called Bloodline. However, this series doesn't look like it's going to have much else in common with the beloved football series. The first teaser is here, and it shows a boat on fire, with Chandler's voice saying, "We're not bad people, but we did a bad thing." Man, how I missed that twang! The show is set in the Florida Keys and centers on four adult siblings whose lives get shaken up when their black-sheep brother returns home. All 13 episodes of Bloodline will be available in March, so block off that whole month. »
Netflix has released its first teaser clip for Bloodline, the latest original drama to be commissioned by the streaming site. The 13-part series tells the story of a black sheep brother returning home to the Florida Keys, where, naturally, he begins to tear the family apart. It would have been nicer if hed brought souvenir biscuits from the airport, of course, but potentially less dramatic.
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- Guardian TV
The streaming giant on Thursday confirmed the 13-episode thriller’s title, Bloodline, and also released a haunting teaser trailer (see below) that hints at the show’s central mystery.
Created and exec-produced by Todd A. Kessler, Daniel Zelman, and Glenn Kessler, the series is set in the Florida Keys and centers on a close-knit family of four adult siblings whose secrets and scars are revealed when their black sheep brother returns home.
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The Friday Night Lights alum adopts the Marvel-ous attire (and loses Bobbi’s brunette undercover op locks) in the Oct. 28 episode, “A Fractured House,” in which the world turns against S.H.I.E.L.D. (even more?) when Hydra impersonates them to attack the United Nations.
What do you think of the ABC series’ update of Mockingbird’s attire? Flip through the slideshow below to see Bobbi in action, »
Former "Friday Night Lights" star Adrianne Palicki has had multiple brushes with superhero fame -- she appeared in that weird "Aquaman" pilot thing, and played Wonder Woman herself in the David E. Kelley pilot a few years back. Now, Palicki is ready to show off her latest alter ego on "Marvel's Agents of Shield," where her character Bobbi Morse has been revealed as the secret identity of super spy Mockingbird. New photos have appeared over at Marvel.com which show off Palicki's new hi-tech espionage duds. It may look different from the comic book versions, but costume designer Ann Foley had her reasons for changing the template. See Bobbi Morse in her full tactical suit in action in next week's "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," airing Tuesday, October 28 at 9:00 p.m. Et on ABC. But that's not all. Next week's episode of "Agents of Shield" will also include a teaser »
- Dave Lewis
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