Archive for the 'Projects' Category

May 21, 2022  •  'The Terminal List', Projects, Videos

The series premieres July 1st on Prime Video!

October 6, 2021  •  Articles, Movie News, Projects

The ‘Friday Night Lights’ and ‘Waco’ star joins a cast headed by Uzo Aduba and Matthew Broderick in the series. Taylor Kitsch has joined the cast of Netflix’s opioid crisis drama Painkiller. The Waco and Friday Night Lights star is one of eight actors to come aboard the series from showrunners Micah Fitzerman-Blue and Noah […]

June 27, 2021  •  'Shadowplay', Gallery

Captures of Taylor from his role in Shadowplay are now available in the gallery. Enjoy! Gallery Link: MOVIES/TV SHOWS AND OTHER PROJECTS > SHADOWPLAY (2020) > SEASON 1 > EPISODE SCREENCAPTURES

April 12, 2021  •  '21 Bridges', 'Shadowplay', Gallery, Projects

I’ve added production stills from 21 Bridges, along with another episode still from Taylor’s newest series Shadowplay into the gallery. Gallery Links: • Movies/TV Shows and Other Projects > 21 Bridges (2019) > Stills • Movies/TV Shows and Other Projects > Shadowplay (2020) > Episode Stills

February 25, 2021  •  Articles, News, Projects

From Deadline: EXCLUSIVE: Taylor Kitsch has been tapped to star opposite Chris Pratt in Amazon’s conspiracy-thriller series The Terminal List, based on Jack Carr’s bestselling novel. Pratt also executive produces the series along with Antoine Fuqua, who directs, and writer David DiGilio (Strange Angel). The Terminal List is a co-production from Amazon Studios and Civic […]

October 20, 2020  •  Articles, Movie News, News, Projects

EXCLUSIVE: Taylor Kitsch has been set as the new male lead in Wash Me in the River, after Colson “Machine Gun Kelly” Baker dropped out due to scheduling. Kitsch joins Robert De Niro and John Malkovich a drama that will be directed next month by Randall Emmett. Emmett restarted production and wrapped on Midnight in […]

October 14, 2020  •  'Shadowplay', Articles, Projects

Kitsch plays a Brooklyn cop sent to post-War Berlin in the period crime drama, which premieres at the CanneSeries TV festival. For a fan of Friday Night Lights, it’s hard to sit across from Taylor Kitsch and not picture high-school bad boy Tim Riggins, the character — part womanizer, part wounded man-child — Kitsch played […]