Chandler will reportedly play a CIA agent in the bin Laden film.
Clear eyes, full hearts, kill Bin Laden.
As yet more evidence that the cast of Friday Night Lights is a little too busy to fulfill Peter Berg’s dream of needlessly rehashing it, Kyle Chandler has just landed a part in Kathryn Bigelow’s film about the hunt for Osama Bin Laden—just...Show More Summary
When Peter Berg talked recently about the challenges of turning the Friday Night Lights TV show into a movie, one of the chief hurdles seemed to be scheduling. “Kyle [Chandler] is busy,” he said, and now we know one of the things that is keeping the actor away from the field. Kyle Chandler has signed [...]
Who killed Osama Bin Laden? Would you believe it was Coach Taylor? You probably would (there's nothing Coach can't do!), and that's why Kathryn Bigelow had the good sense to cast Friday Night Lights star Kyle Chandler in her next movie, a currently untitled action drama about the Navy Seal Team Six mission to take out the Al Qaeda leader. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Kyle Chandler is the latest name to join the ensemble of the untitled Kathryn Bigelow-directed drama about the Navy SEAL Team 6?s long hunt for Osama Bin Laden. That hunt culminated with the fatal shooting last year of the Al Qaeda leader and mastermind of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Show More Summary
Here’s a complete list of presenters and other information for today’s 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Kevin Bacon Kathy Bates Bérénice Bejo Kenneth Branagh Kyle Chandler Jessica Chastain George Clooney Glenn Close Bryan Cranston Matt...Show More Summary
This is exactly how scurrilous rumors get started, but I'm OK with this one because Olyphant started it himself on "Conan" last night, when he revealed what his plans were for his Emmy acceptance speech had he beat Kyle Chandler....
Last night on Conan, Timothy Olyphant boasted his would-be Emmy acceptance speech would have outdone Kyle Chandler's — he planned to dump his wife as soon as he got his hands on the trophy. Plus: Ross Matthews and Chuy felt up Beverly...Show More Summary
More to come… PRIMETIME TELEVISION Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries LAURENCE FISHBURNE /
 Things are indeed shaping up quickly for David Dobkin's Arthur & Lancelot, which Warner Bros. fast-tracked  over the summer at the cost of Bryan Singer's Excalibur remake and Guy Ritchie's King Arthur film. Last month saw theShow More Summary
It looks like Kyle Chandler is finally getting his due after slugging it out on television for so very long. Still beloved after "Friday Night Lights" and fresh off summer's "Super 8," Chandler has nabbed a part in Allen Hughes' political...Show More Summary
Earlier this year, looking into a government cover-up in Super 8 took priority over coaching football for "Friday Night Lights" star Kyle Chandler (who finally earned an Emmy for his work on the final season of the series) and now the actor is moving into a different arena for his next project. Show More Summary
The Super 8 star will play Barry Pepper's campaign manager in Fox's upcoming political thriller. [...]
Kyle Chandler is the latest name to join the cast of Allen Hughes' upcoming Broken City. Variety has word that he's set to star alongside Russell Crowe, Mark Wahlberg and Catherine Zeta-Jones. The film, written by Brian Tucker, centers on a cop-turned-P.I. Show More Summary
Slowly becoming a movie star.
Super 8 (2011) dir. J.J. Abrams Starring: Joel Courtney, Elle Fanning, Kyle Chandler, Riley Griffiths, Ryan Lee, Glynn Turman, Noah Emmerich By Alan BacchusJ.J. Abrams’ painstaking love letter to the Steven Spielberg films of old couldn't...Show More Summary
A detailed discussion of the DC Comics relaunch, highfalutin talk about the Toronto International Film Festival... this may be our wussiest Reasonable Discussions yet. But our enthusiasm for Coach Taylor's Kyle Chandler's Emmy win for Friday...Show More Summary
The 2011 Emmy Awards contained several notable bright spots amongst its otherwise relentless awards-show standardness (yay, Kyle Chandler!), but perhaps no single moment in the show was more gratifying than Peter Dinklage snagging the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his role in HBO’s Game Of Thrones. Show More Summary
We're ready to milk this win for as long as humanly possible.