Taylor caught up with Adrianne Palicki, Stacey Oristano, and Derek Phillips for the virtual ATX Festival during quarantine back in June.
I have just updated the gallery with digital scans from the July 2015 issue of Elle magazine, thanks to Emily!
• Magazine Scans > Elle USA (July 2015)
I’ve updated the gallery with some missing digital magazine scans, as well as a couple photoshoots from 2018.
• Magazine Scans > Esquire (US)
• Magazine Scans > Men’s Health (Russia)
• Magazine Scans > Emmy (2014)
• Photoshoots/Outtakes > People Magazine
• Photoshoots/Outtakes > 2018 SXSW Portraits
I’ve just updated the gallery with a portrait session Taylor did last winter to promote 21 Bridges, thanks to Jay!
• Photoshoots/Outtakes > “21 Bridges” Portrait Session
I have just updated the gallery with all events from 2019 and the lone event Taylor went to at the beginning of this year. Head over to the gallery to check them out!
I’ve just updated the photo gallery with production photos and screen captures from American Assassin, Only the Brave, 21 Bridges, and Shadowplay.
• Movies/TV Shows and other projects > American Assassin (2017)
• Movies/TV Shows and other projects > Only The Brave (2017)
• Movies/TV Shows and other projects > 21 Bridges (2019)
• Movies/TV Shows and other projects > Shadowplay (2020)
Shadowplay, the gritty dramatic thriller series from The Bridge co-creator Måns Mårlind, is to get its world premiere at the 60th Monte-Carlo Television Festival in June.
The Shadowplay cast — including Taylor Kitsch (Waco) and Michael C. Hall (Dexter) — and creators will attend the screening of the first two episodes on June 19, while the premiere will be followed by a red-carpet opening ceremony.
The show is produced by Studiocanal’s Tandem Productions and BRON Studios in co-production with ZDF. Mårlind conceived Shadowplay as a 16-episode series, told in two chapters. The initial eight-episodes shot last year in Prague, while the second half will go into production in 2020.
The character-driven thriller centers on the story of Max McLaughlin (Kitsch), an American cop who arrives in Berlin in the summer of 1946 to help create a police force in the chaotic aftermath of the war. His mission is to take down “Engelmacher” Gladow, the Capone of post-war Berlin, and find his missing brother who is killing ex-Nazis in hiding.
Mårlind said: “To be able to premiere this passion project of mine together with members of our incredible cast and the producing partners Tandem and Bron in this beautiful and prestigious setting is like a dream come true.”