Emmy Award winner Kyle Chandler ("Friday Night Lights," Argo, Zero Dark Thirty ) has been cast in the lead role of the drama pilot "The Vatican," a provocative contemporary genre thriller about spirituality, power and politics ? setShow More Summary
He'll reunite with "Friday Night Lights" executive producer and network topper David Nevins. read more
Pretty much everyone in television has been clamoring for Kyle Chandler to come back to the medium that made him Coach Taylor for the last two years, but he's been quietly exploring a movie career with small roles in critically acclaimed films.
He has been one of the most wanted men for television series for the past two years. After passing on dozens of pilots, Kyle Chandler has finally picked his follow-up to Friday Night Lights, which won him an Emmy. Chandler is set as the lead in Vatican, Showtime‘s high-profile drama pilot from Oscar nominees Paul Attanasio and Ridley Scott. Show More Summary
Showtime’s Vatican pilot has found its lead: Emmy winner Kyle Chandler has been cast in the top role. The Friday Night
The annual courtship known as chasing name actors for network pilots is in full force. So far, Rose Byrne, Jason Isaacs, Felicity Huffman, Kyle Chandler and Kevin Klein have proven hard to get, raking up a slew of offers each, though most are zeroing in on pilots and appear ready to commit. Show More Summary
I spend entirely too much of my life on the Internet trying to find interesting but little known connections between now famous celebrities (like the fact that Kyle Chandler and Lorenzo Lamas are best friends) and last night, I stumbled...Show More Summary
James Ponsoldt's deeply felt teen dramedy The Spectacular Now is rightly winning raves at Sundance for the lead performances by Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley, but there's another turn we've got to tout: Kyle Chandler, cast way against type as Teller's dissolute, drunk dad. Now, instead of barking government orders ... More »
You don't have to see Broken City to find out what happens to Kyle Chandler; his dead face is right there in the trailer, staring up at you from a body bag. Poor Coach Taylor doesn't even make it to the halfway point of the movie, and before that, he's ... More »
Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke, Jennifer Ehle and Kyle Chandler are on hand to discuss director Kathryn Bigelow's riveting account of the search for Osama Bin Laden. [...]
The final trailer is now online for Kathryn Bigelow’s “Zero Dark Thirty,” which stars Joel Edgerton, Jessica Chastain, Edgar Ramirez, Mark Strong, Kyle Chandler, Nash Edgerton, Jennifer Ehle, Harold Perrineau, and Frank Grillo. “Zero Dark Thirty” follows a decade of … Continue reading ?
Should we give up too?
He doesn't sound optimistic.
By now, it’s become a familiar pattern: A brilliant series gets cancelled, movie sequel rumors begin to circulate, and for the next several years the actors, filmmakers, writers, and producers involved with the show drop encouraging but vague soundbites about the project. Eventually, public interest usually just peters out. In rare cases, something actually gets [...]
After a lot of chatter earlier this year about a “Friday Night Lights” movie that would revisit the lives of TV’s most beloved married couple, Eric and Tami Taylor, the noise has quieted down. And given what Kyle Chandler has to say about the project in a new interview with MTV News, it seems the noise may cease altogether. Read full article >>
Dampening creator Peter Berg's frequent mentions of a feature continuation, the man behind Coach Taylor says the series "ended exactly the right way." read more
Over the past year or so, fans of Friday Night Lights have been getting hints here and there — first from Peter Berg, then from Connie Britton — about a possible film continuation of the beloved TV series. Like any news of a possible film continuation of a beloved TV series, anything said about it [...]
'Friday Night Lights' star could skip the movie; MJ's former pet is painting.
While many of us are still holding out hope for a new "Friday Night Lights" movie to pick up where the beloved series left off,...
Channeling Ray Liotta?