From 'Glee' to 'American Horror Story,' Ryan Murphy fans know that the dedicated showrunner attracks plenty of talent to his work across a number of mediums. The coming months will see the 'Glee' creator tackling his first HBO movie 'The Normal Heart,' an adaptation of the Tony-winning Larry Kramer play of the same name, amassing TV and film stars alike for the effort. Latest to join the piece are big-budget flop-master Taylor Kitsch and 'The Big Bang Theory's' Jim Parsons, so will 'The Normal Heart' prove HBO's next award winner?
Taylor Kitsch had a rough 2012 thanks to box office disappointments 'John Carter,' 'Battleship' and 'Savages.' Yet with a screen presence like that, you can't stay down-and-out for long. Looks like Kitsch's next project finds him squaring off against a killer in a more modestly budgeted film called 'Exit 147.'
Looks like #33 won't be hitting the Hunger Games field anytime soon. Taylor Kitsch, known for his days on 'Friday Night Lights' and this summer's 'Battleship' and 'John Carter,' is a guy whose name was being thrown around to co-star in the 'Hunger Games' sequel 'Catching Fire.' But according to Kitsch himself, it's not happening.
One of the big casting decisions for 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' (as it is now so artfully titled) is the role of Finnick Odair, a survivor of previous games who's called back in for one more fight. Supposedly the choice is down to three actors: Armie Hammer, Garrett Hedlund, and Taylor Kitsch.
'Battleship' is the upcoming $200 million dollar board game movie by Universal Pictures about an invading alien force that wants to take over our planet or at least find a way to get Rihanna to shut up every time something exciting is about to happen. A brand new clip from the action-filled summer blockbuster gives us a better look at the enemy we're fighting.