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Broken Ribs, Exploded Discs and Gunshot Wounds: Actors on How Much They’ve Suffered for the Craft

Fame is far from the only occupational hazard in Hollywood. Lately, it seems there’s a new headline every week detailing the varying degrees actors have suffered for the craft — everything from the psychological torture of getting in character to broken limbs or back injuries while filming and even the mental gymnastics required to decompress […]

Taylor Kitsch to Lead Netflix Western From Peter Berg, Eric Newman

Netflix is headed west. The streaming giant has handed out a six-episode, straight-to-series order for American Primeval, a limited drama set to star Taylor Kitch and from exec producers Peter Berg (Friday Night Lights) and Eric Newman (Narcos). Described as an ensemble drama, Netflix described the series as a “raw, adventurous exploration of the birth […]

Taylor Kitsch on His New Series’ Inevitable Comparison to ‘Dopesick’: “We’re Not F***ing Around”

Taylor Kitsch, now starring opposite Chris Pratt in Amazon’s The Terminal List, next toplines a streaming series about the origins of the opioid crisis. While the premise sounds familiar to Hulu’s Emmy-nominated Dopesick, that doesn’t trouble the 41-year-old actor. “We’re fucking pumped about it and not nervous after Dopesick, not at all,” Kitsch told The Hollywood […]

‘The Terminal List’ Writer Jack Carr on Landing Dream Collaborators in Chris Pratt, Antoine Fuqua

When Jack Carr was tucked away inside a rental in Coronado, California, typing up what would be the first of five novels centered on a Navy SEAL commander named James Reese, he zeroed in on a short list of dream collaborators if the book was ever adapted. After all, the plot seemed prime for adaptation […]

Chris Pratt Amazon Original Series ‘The Terminal List’ to Land on Prime Video in July

Prime Video revealed Thursday that The Terminal List, an Amazon Original series starring Chris Pratt, will drop all eight episodes via the platform on July 1. Based on the novel by Jack Carr, The Terminal List follows James Reece (Pratt) after his entire platoon of Navy SEALs is ambushed during a high-stakes covert mission. Reece […]

Taylor Kitsch Boards Netflix’s Opioid Crisis Drama ‘Painkiller’

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 Harpster (A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood) and Narcos executive producer Eric Newman. John Ales, Sam Anderson, Carolina Bartczak, Jack […]

Taylor Kitsch Joins Chris Pratt in Amazon’s ‘Terminal List’

The '21 Bridges' and 'Friday Night Lights' star will play a CIA operative in the thriller.

Taylor Kitsch on ‘Shadowplay’ and Taking on Darker Roles: “It’s the Most Fulfilling”

Taylor Kitsch talks about his new TV series 'Shadowplay,' which premieres at the CanneSeries Television Festival, and why he's taking on darker roles: "It's more my wheelhouse now ... it's the most fulfilling."

CanneSeries Unveils 2020 Lineup

The third edition of the television festival CanneSeries will feature the world premieres of Taylor Kitsch/Michael C. Hall series 'Shadowplay,' the Simon Pegg/Nick Frost horror-comedy 'Truth Seekers,' as well as a season 4 preview of hit French Netflix series 'Call My Agent.'

Taylor Kitsch Fights Crime in Post-War Berlin in ‘Shadowplay’ (Exclusive First Look)

'True Detective' and 'Friday Nights Lights' star Taylor Kitsch plays a Brooklyn cop setting up a police force in post-World War II Berlin in 'Shadowplay,' the new TV series from the creators of 'The Bridge.' The Hollywood Reporter has a first look at images from the series.

Taylor Kitsch Series ‘Shadowplay’ to Premiere at Monte-Carlo Television Festival

'Shadowplay,' a Cold War limited series starring Taylor Kitsch, will premiere at the 60th anniversary of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival.

Taylor Kitsch on ’21 Bridges’ and Taking Pride in ‘John Carter’

Taylor Kitsch, who has experienced ups and downs, notes his high-profile Disney flop has experienced a “mini-resurgence” in recent years: “People stop me all the time for that.”