Bar-Hopping With Kyle Chandler: ‘Bloodline’ Star on His “Dark, Evil” Period, Comedy Dreams and Return to TV
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.
The DreamWorks release is the latest to offset a poor performance at home with a strong showing in the world's second-largest movie market.
UPDATED: The pair of films will each rake in more money than any previous holiday title, not accounting for inflation; Spike Lee's "Oldboy" bombing.
UPDATED: The news isn't so good for Thanksgiving entries "Black Nativity" and Spike Lee's "Oldboy"; "The Book Thief" expands nicely nationwide.