Robin Hood, Josh Holloway
From Aurora to Dopey, the Mad Hatter and Cinderella, Once Upon a Time has no shortage of classic characters to mine as inhabitants of Storybrooke and fairy tale land, which is why TVGuide.com turned to the fans to find out which characters they'd like to see on the ABC fantasy drama next.
Once Upon a Time Gallery: The 10 characters fans want to see — and who should play them
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The Avengers continued to hold onto the top spot at the box office, sinking three major new releases in the process.
The Avengers grossed an estimated $55 million in its third week of release, Box Office Mojo reports. The expensive action film Battleship, starring Taylor Kitsch and Rihanna, plundered just...
John Carter failed to slay The Lorax in its opening weekend at the box office.
The sci-fi film, starring Friday Night Lights alum Taylor Kitsch, grossed an estimated $30.6 million to come in second, according to Box Office Mojo. Meanwhile, The Lorax nabbed another $39.1 million to stay at No. 1.
Dr. Seuss' The Lorax has 2012's biggest box office opening
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Friday Night Lights
Friends, the end is here. The series finale of Friday Night Lights has aired, and it's time for us to bid our final fond farewell.
But first, a spoiler warning: What follows are reflections from the executive producers and cast about the events and outcomes of the fifth season. If you have not been watching on DirecTV, or are waiting for the NBC premiere, know that certain plotlines are discussed in some detail below.
TVGuide.com spoke to stars Kyle Chandler (Eric Taylor), Connie Britton (Tami Taylor), Aimee Teegarden (Julie Taylor), Taylor Kitsch (Tim Riggins), Zach Gilford (Matt Saracen), Matt Lauria (Luke Cafferty), Michael B. Jordan (Vince Howard), and executive producers Jason Katims and David Nevins about the long road to that final Texas sunset.
Zach Gilford, Taylor Kitsch, Gaius Charles
In the second part of our farewell to Friday Night Lights, producers and cast talk about the show's controversial storylines (murder! abortion!), the show-saving fan campaigns, sending the Taylors to East Dillon and (unbelievably!) hating on the Panthers.
Part 1: Friday Night Light comes to an end: Producers and cast remember building Dillon
TVGuide.com spoke to stars Kyle Chandler (Eric Taylor), Connie Britton (Tami Taylor), Aimee Teegarden (Julie Taylor), Taylor Kitsch (Tim Riggins), Zach Gilford (Matt Saracen), Matt Lauria (Luke Cafferty), Michael B. Jordan (Vince Howard), and executive producers Jason Katims and David Nevins about the long road to that final Texas sunset. The series finale airs Wednesday at 9 pm on DirecTV...
Friday Night Lights
A closely observed drama about boys becoming men, the comforts and frustrations of small-town life, a family's growing pains, and the lessons learned from football, Friday Night Lights will not soon be forgotten. The show wrapped filming of its fifth and final season in July, and on Wednesday, the lights will go down forever on Dillon, Texas. (For those without DirecTV, NBC will re-air the final season beginning April 15 at 8/7c.)
TVGuide.com spoke to stars Kyle Chandler (Eric Taylor), Connie Britton (Tami Taylor), Aimee Teegarden (Julie Taylor), Taylor Kitsch (Tim Riggins), Zach Gilford (Matt Saracen), Matt Lauria (Luke Cafferty), Michael B. Jordan (Vince Howard), and executive producers Jason Katims and David Nevins about the long road to that final Texas sunset. This is the first in a three-part series...
Friday Night Lights
Spoiler alert! After an emotional five-season run, Friday Night Lights will go dark next year (DirecTV's 101 Network airs the series finale February 9; NBC will replay the season, likely this summer). But before the last football is tossed, much-missed Matt Saracen (Zach Gilford), Tyra Colette (Adrianne Palicki), Jason Street (Scott Porter) and Landry Clarke (Jesse Plemons) return to Dillon, Texas. Also back: sprung-from-the-slammer Tim Riggins (Taylor Kitsch, who will appear in the last five episodes).
Friday Night Lights
Our favorite more-than-a-football show Friday Night Lights begins its fifth and final season Wednesday (9/8c, DirecTV; the show will air on NBC this spring). Executive producer Jason Katims shares his plans for the folks of Dillon, Texas, as they head toward the final down...
As X-Men Origins: Wolverine kicks off filming in Oz this month, the flick has added Friday Night Lights hottie Taylor Kitsch to the cast. He'll be playing Gambit, to the delight of us Kitsch lovers (and FNL die-hards).Along with Kitsch, the X-Men spin-off has also added a few other notables to its roster of thesps. Hip-hopper will.i.am has signed on, as has Liev Schreiber, Danny Huston and Lynn Collins as, respectively, Sabretooth, William Stryker and Silver Fox. Hugh Jackman will be back, of course, in the title role. Anna DimondUPDATE: Ryan Reynolds (Definitely, Maybe) has been cast as Deadpool.
You mean Landry? Jesse Plemons, Kyle Chandler by Bill Records/NBC
Guest blogger Casey Marsella (Heroes) here! Leah couldn't make it tonight, but I'll do my best to recap this amazing show!Landry! Landry! Landry!Jesse Plemons made Dillon (and FNL fans) stand up and cheer tonight. His performance is what I love about this show. Ive always noticed that the people who seem "out of place" are usually the ones most comfortable in their own skin. Landry used to be the goofy, one-liner sidekick, but he was always sure of himself. Tonight he proved that. His halftime speech was the highlight of the episode: "We can win together or lose alone." It was the perfect lead-in to: Clear eyes. Full hearts. Cant lose!So, whos together and whos alone?Lets start with the Taylors. Tami is thrilled to have her husband back, but not enough to give him the "green light." Coach was gently shot down and forced to sleep on the couch so Tami could finally get a good nights sleep. The next day, the bags under his eyes initiated an unwanted ...