Taylor Kitsch aka Tim Riggins will be stepping behind the camera this summer to helm his feature film debut PIECES. Read the full article on AICN Hey guys! Horrorella here... Taylor Kitsch aka Tim Riggins will be stepping behind theShow More Summary
Good news for Friday Night Lights fans who always thought Tim Riggins was destined for more: After a rocky screen career, Taylor Kitsch is finally ready to be his best self. The True Detective season two alum is making his screenwriting and directorial debut with a crime drama called Pieces,... More »
Despite his Tim Riggins being one of the best parts of Friday Night Lights, Taylor Kitsch has struggled to carry any of that goodwill into much of a movie career. Through no fault of his own, John Carter was a legendary flop, X-Men Origins: Wolverine was reviled by both critics and fans, and Battleship was a movie based on the Battleship game. Show More Summary
Taylor Kitsch‘s career in front of the camera has an uneven one. He shot to fame playing dreamy Tim Riggins in Friday Night Lights, but his performance as Gambit in X-Men Origins: Wolverine was met with shrugs and his would-be franchise-starter John...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Taylor Kitsch will make his feature directorial debut and will star in Pieces, a drama that Kitsch wrote. This puts him back together with Lone Survivor cohorts Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films’ Randall Emmett and George Furla, and Peter Berg and his Film44. Show More Summary
There are so many reasons Tim Riggins will always have your heart, and - let's be real -- his hair is definitely one of them. Who could resist the luscious locks of number 33? Sexy star Taylor Kitsch played the swoon-worthy Friday Night Lights character, who won over fans with his good looks and his bad-boy personality. Show More Summary
There are no answers here, just a reminder that we haven't asked the question in a while: Is the one good thing to come out of True Detective season two still happening? (Lainey) The casting of Zoe Saldana as...
Sebastian Stan rings in the New Year with his buddies Chace Crawford, Taylor Kitsch, and Toby Hemingway on Thursday (December 31) in Austin, Tex. The guys all starred together in the 2006 horror film The Covenant. “10 years later. The #tableread covenant2 coming to theaters 2034. Happy. New. Year,” Sebastian captioned the pic on Instagram. [...]
Director Patrick Hughes has backed out of 'The Raid' remake, with distributor Screen Gems also parting ways on the project.
When we last reported on the remake of THE RAID: THE REDEMPTION, which Patrick Hughes (RED HILL, THE EXPENDABLES 3) was set to direct for Screen Gems and XYZ Films, Taylor Kitsch had been offered the lead role. Kitsch took the offer, but at the time the film was set to enter production in January of 2015. Show More Summary
Matthias Vriens McGrath has been a force in fashion since the 1990s. The Dutch provocateur has been worldwide creative director for Giorgio Armani and senior art director for Gucci Group, before segueing into photography. In addition to launching Dutch magazine, McGrath has shot fashion editorials for i-D, The Face, Vogue Hommes, Interview, Fantastic Man, Butt,... Read more »
Taylor Kitsch gets ready to compete against Jimmy Fallon during his appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Friday night (August 7) in New York City. The 34-year-old True Detective star played him in a round of Beer Hockey! “He’s beat me in all these other hockey games, so I have one final [...]
It's a cross between beer pong and air hockey.
This explains so much about Pizzolatto's process.
This is barely a contest. https://youtu.be/smp2M5swbvs Jimmy Fallon is highly experienced at playing games with celebrities. He might be the most veteran celebrity game player in the business—actually, the world. But that doesn't seem to help him when he's matched up with Taylor Kitsch. Show More Summary
Taylor Kitsch may not be so great at picking roles (John Carter, X-Men: Origins, True Detective), but he's really good at college drinking games. Appearing on The Tonight Show Friday, the actor trounced Jimmy Fallon in a game of beer hockey, which is to air hockey what beer pong is... More »
Here’s another of the stars of Season 2 of HBO’s “True Detective”, Taylor Kitsch! As always, this sketch is available for purchase in the Studio Store!
The character of Paul Woodrugh, a closeted ex-military man portrayed by Taylor Kitsch, has been mismanaged all season long. [Warning: Spoilers]
Why are we here? Detectives Ray Velcoro (Colin Farrell), Ani Bezzerides (Rachel McAdams), and Paul Woodrugh (Taylor Kitsch) have been tasked with discovering who killed Ben Caspare, a city manager in Vinci, California, who was found with his genitalia blown off and his eyes eaten out by acid. Show More Summary