April 9, 2011 by Post Team
April, 2011, marks the th anniversary of “Friday Night Lights” star Taylor Kitsch’s arrival here on earth – through the human birth, or, the most likely scenario, as a divine gift that materialized out of nowhere to that everyone can admire and adore.
This is not just any old birthday. The big 3-0 kitsch in an interesting point in his career. The series that introduced him to audiences and demonstrated his talent to be more than superficial recently came to an end. And though he still is not one of the biggest names in Hollywood, which will probably change with three high-profile functions to be released next year and a half.
First, kitsch is playing the lead on “John Carter of Mars” by Disney, a science fiction / fantasy about a Civil War veteran who falls asleep in a cave and wakes up on Mars. It sounds absurd, but is based on a classic genre series of books, and suffers from an excessive amount of propaganda. “Mars” is set for release March 9, 2012.
After that, kitsch is also the lead in “FNL” creator Peter Berg and 140 million budget “battleship.” plot details are almost nonexistent, possibly because the film lacks one, but still going to be a coup of kitsch when it comes to May, 2012.
Then our man migrates from blockbusters CGI-heavy awards bait. He stars in the adaptation of Oliver Stone’s 2010 Don Winslow novel “The Savages” – that Stone is rumored to return to legitimately good movies. It is expected that later hit theaters in 2012.
“But it’s 2011, and now we want Taylor Kitsch,” you say. Well, you’re in luck. “The Bang Bang Club”, a drama about the photographers who documented the end of apartheid in South Africa starring Kitsch, Ryan Phillippe and Malin Akerman, comes in limited edition on April 22. And for that “FNL” fans who did not get DirecTV race of last season, premieres on NBC on April 15.
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