Dylan O'Brien, Michael Keaton and Taylor Kitsch are already set to star in the Michael Cuesta film The post American Assassin Adds Sanaa Lathan and Shiva Negar appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
News surfaced this week that John Carter star and pretty boy Taylor Kitsch has been cast as the bespectacled cult leader David Koresh, who led the Branch Davidians to a fiery death during the early 1990s in Waco, Texas. Kitsch is certainly charismatic enough to pull off the role of a man who controlled dozens of […]
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Taylor Kitsch will headline a limited series about the Waco siege. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Friday Night Lights alum will star as David Koresh, the leader of the Branch Davidians who believed himself to be the religious sect's final prophet. While in charge of the Branch Davidians,... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Taylor Kitsch Michael Shannon Ludacris
In this post-People vs. O.J. Simpson world, the hottest new trend is the ‘90s nostalgia true-crime limited series. The Mendendez Brothers! JonBenét Ramsey! And now, THR reports the Weinstein Company will bring us Waco, based on the 1993 standoff between the FBI and the Branch Davidians. For those too young to remember: the Branch Davidians […]
Combining the current popular fascinations with true crime and the 1990s in a way that hasn’t been since since—well, quite recently, actually—Taylor Kitsch has made a deal to star in an upcoming limited series dramatizing the 51-day standoff that led to the deaths of 76 people on April 19, 1993, in Waco, Texas. Show More Summary
Friday Night Lights' Taylor Kitsch will be starring as cult leader David Koresh in Waco, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Michael Shannon (Boardwalk Empire) will play lead FBI negotiator Gary Noesner, and Ludacris might even be Branch Davidian member Wayne Martin. The limited TV series is in development, and based on the ... More »
Weinstein Television will shop out the series to networks beginning next month The post Michael Shannon and Taylor Kitsch to Star in Waco Texas Siege Series appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The Weinstein Company is developing a TV series about the 1993 Branch Davidian siege in Waco, Texas, and has set Michael Shannon and Taylor Kitsch to star. Brothers John Erick Dowdle and Drew Dowdle will write the series with the former...Show More Summary
Michael Shannon will play lead FBI negotiator Gary Noesener, while Ludacris is being eyed to portray Branch Davidian member Wayne Martin. read more
The last addition to director Michael Cuesta‘s (Kill the Messenger) American Assassin was Michael Keaton. Now joining Keaton and star Dylan O’Brien is Taylor Kitsch, who recently did some strong supporting work in HBO’s True Detective and The Normal Heart. Show More Summary
Taylor Kitsch is coming back, everyone, and this time he’s putting on his villain hat. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kitsch will star opposite Dylan O’Brien and Michael Keaton in an adaptation of Vince Flynn’s American Assassin novel. Keaton will play Stan Hurley, a CIA operative whose existence is classified, ... More »
Michael Keaton also stars in the adaptation of Vince Flynn’s massive bestseller The post Taylor Kitsch Joins Dylan O’Brien in American Assassin appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Taylor Kitsch is set to join Dylan O'Brien and Michael Keaton in CBS Films and Lionsgate’s American Assassin, the movie adaptation of Vince Flynn's bestseller. Michael Cuesta is directing the thriller from a screenplay by Stephen Schiff. The...Show More Summary
Fans of True Detective were begging for the memory of Matthew McConaughey, especially after the first few episodes of the rebooted season 2. While Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch, Vince Vaughn, and co tried their best, the second season of True Detective really failed to capture the magic that fans loved between former cast mates Woody... Show More Summary
Ever since Taylor Kitsch first stole our hearts as Tim Riggins on Friday Night Lights, the sexy star has had more than a few handsome onscreen moments. From the shirtless scenes in John Carter to the hot stares on True Detective, Kitsch continues to confirm his heartthrob status. Show More Summary
The odds may not be in his favor, but actor Taylor Kitsch hasn’t lost all hope that the San Jose Sharks can still win the Stanley Cup. (...)
It's been "years and years" since Taylor Kitsch reunited with his Friday Night Lights costars, and he can't wait to spend time with his former castmates this weekend. Thanks to Marriott Rewards, Kitsch is teaming up with Zach Gilford,...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Jennifer Connelly is joining Josh Brolin, Miles Teller, Jeff Bridges and Taylor Kitsch in Granite Mountain (previously titled No Exit), the feature film based on the 20-member Granite Mountain Hotshots who fought the deadliest wildfire ever in Arizona’s history and were trapped on a mountainside in a circle of fire. Show More Summary
It’s a good time to be a man in Hollywood, and not just because you can continue to get leading roles opposite significantly younger women while your bones turn to dust, and not just because you tend to get paid more than women, andShow More Summary