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Where Are They Now: The Cast of 'Friday Night Lights'

By Liz Oliphant on
Find out what your favorite footballers have been up to in the four years since we left Dillon!Read Full Story

Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch Might Be Dating

By Jill Slattery on
Just two talented, gorgeous Canadians being talented and gorgeous together.Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - Action-Driven 'Lone Survivor' Cuts to the Chase

By Joe Robberson on
(L-R) Taylor Kitsch, Mark Wahlberg, Ben Foster, and Emile Hirsch in Lone Survivor. (Universal) Long story short: With a relentless firefight at its core, Lone Survivor is a military thriller but it suffers from too little time spent with the guys as people.Lone Survivor will remind you of: Black Hawk Down, The Kingdom, Act of Valor, The Hurt Locker, Jarhead, Green Zone Review: The firefight at the heart of Lone Survivor is a trial of huge proportions that conveys the frightening reality four...Read Full Story

Taylor Kitsch Has a New TV Gig!

By Jill Slattery on
Taylor Kitsch (Getty)After a string of box office failures, Taylor Kitsch is heading back to television with a buzzy new role.Deadline reports that the Friday Night Lights alum has been cast in Ryan Murphy's HBO adaptation of The Normal Heart, the Tony-winning play by Larry Kramer. Kitsch joins an already star-studded cast that includes Julia Robert, Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, and Jim Parsons, reprising his role from the 2011 Broadway revival.Kitsch will play Bruce Niles, a closeted banker who...Read Full Story

Diving: Which Nose Dive Was the Most Surprising?

By Darrick Thomas on
(Photos by Getty Images | Bauer Griffin | Pacific Coast News | FameFlynet; art by Zimbio)A perfect dive in the Olympics will win you gold, but in Hollywood taking a dive isn't quite so awesome. But which of these celebs had the most shocking plummets in pop culture this year?On the relationship front, the world is still mourning the loss of TomKat, and the fallout from Kristen Stewart's infidelity could spell the end of Robsten. Celebrity portmanteaus aside, Taylor Kitsch has gone from the...Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - Nothing Civil About 'Savages'

By Joe Robberson on
From left: Benicio Del Toro, Salma Hayek, Blake Lively, Taylor Kitsch. (Photos by Pacific Coast News | Ixtlan | Getty Images) The Bottom LineShould you see it?Yes. Why?Oliver Stone's newest is a return to his early years as he takes his foot off the topical peddle and simply tells a good old-fashioned violent love story.It isn't Oliver Stone's fault he hasn't made a movie like this since the Clinton Administration. Since Any Given Sunday in 1999, Stone has made a 9/11 movie (World Trade...Read Full Story

Poll of the Day: Which Movie Do You Want to See Over the Extended Fourth of July Weekend?

By Adam Wenger on
From left: Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield star in The Amazing Spider-Man, Katy Perry stars in her 3D concert movie, and Blake Lively plays a central character in Oliver Stone's Savages. (Getty Images)Fourth of July is a day of partying, seven-layer bean dip eating, and (if Hollywood succeeds in pulling you in) movies. Since the holiday awkwardly falls on a Wednesday this year, The Amazing Spider-Man will swing into theaters Tuesday, which should make for a nicely inflated box office return...Read Full Story

What's New in Theaters This Weekend: May 18, 2012

By Joe Robberson on
From Left: Rihanna, Chace Crawford, Jennifer Connelly (Photos by Getty Images).BattleshipDirected by: Peter BergStarring: Taylor Kitsch, Rihanna, Brooklyn Decker, Liam Neeson, Alexander SkarsgardAliens respond to a communications signal on Earth and splash down in Pearl Harbor, unleashing a slew of robotic buzzsaws that carve up the landscape and terrorize everyone. Based on the Hasbro board game so you know it will be good. See it? No.Full Review The DictatorDirected by: Larry...Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - Sink This 'Battleship'

By Joe Robberson on
(PacificCoastNews) The Bottom Line Should you see it? No. Why? One of the worst alien attack movies ever made, Battleship is an insult in nearly every way. I'm not sure how anyone could ever like Battleship, the new soulless effects-driven crapfest from director Peter Berg. The film is annoying in the way a foghorn in your face is annoying, and yes, there are foghorns in the movie. "Inspired" by a Hasbro board game, and thus, destined to be a fiasco of the highest order, the movie steals...Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - 'John Carter'

By Joe Robberson on
Taylor Kitsch and Lynn Collins attend the UK premiere of John Carter at The BFI Southbank on March 1, 2012 in London, England. (February 29, 2012 - Photo by Dave J Hogan/Getty Images Europe) The Bottom Line Should you see it? Yes. Why? A genuine sci-fi action epic, John Carter exceeds expectations with well-drawn characters, a literary storyline, and wonderful space creatures. John Carter presents nothing new to the science-fiction/action universe but manages to succeed in being an...Read Full Story