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  1. 'True Detective' Discussion: Why Did the Season 2 Premiere Miss with Critics?

    11:30 am 6/27/2015

    Season two of the HBO show is tracking very differently than its inaugural runRead more

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  2. 'Bloodline's' Kyle Chandler: Bacon Sandwiches, Heavy Ad-Libbing and 16 Other Things Left Out of THR's Cover Story

    9:30 am 3/20/2015

    Chandler was named after a martini, hocked souvenirs to pay the bills and, if he's being honest, prefers doing television over film.Read more

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  3. Bar-Hopping With Kyle Chandler: 'Bloodline' Star on His "Dark, Evil" Period, Comedy Dreams and Return to TV

    9:00 am 2/25/2015

    The actor was offered "every 40-year-old male lead on TV" after the role that won him an Emmy. What did he do? Take small parts in Oscar movies, nix an 'FNL' movie and disappear to Austin, Texas, where his un-Coach-like story (yep, afternoon bar crawls included) now picks up as he makes his TV return with Netflix's 'Bloodline' — and vows never to wear a baseball cap again.Read more

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  4. Kyle Chandler on Taylor Kitsch and 'Friday Night Lights'

    3:24 pm 2/24/2015

    Kyle Chandler tells The Hollywood Reporter the question he gets asked the most by 'Friday Night Lights' fans. Hint: It involves Taylor Kitsch.Read more

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  5. Taylor Kitsch Confirms 'True Detective' Role

    1:35 pm 10/27/2014

    Season two stars Colin Farrell and Vince VaughnRead more

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  6. It's Official: Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch, Kelly Reilly to Co-Star in 'True Detective'

    2:42 pm 10/20/2014

    Joining Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn Read more

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  7. Jim Parsons, Mark Ruffalo Celebrate the Premiere of 'The Normal Heart' in NYC

    12:59 pm 5/13/2014

    Matt Bomer, Julia Roberts, Taylor Kitsch, Ryan Murphy, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie applauded the arrival of playwright Larry Kramer at the Ziegfield Theatre on Monday. Read more

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  8. The Cast of 'The Normal Heart' on Bringing Gay Rights to the Big Screen

    8:45 pm 4/8/2014

    Matt Bomer, Mark Ruffalo, Jim Parsons and Taylor Kitsch share why they wanted to be part of Ryan Murphy's drama that took 30 years to make. Read more

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