Tim McGraw believes his decision to stop drinking helped him become a better parent, as well as a more physically fit country crooner. “I drank a lot from my point of view and I needed to stop," McGraw told the latest issue of People, which hits stands Friday.
Actor Zach Gilford, 30, married actress Kiele Sanchez, 36, on Dec. 29 in a ceremony in Napa Valley, Calif. Gilford and Sanchez first met in June 2010, on the set of The Matadors, an ABC TV show pilot.
Nashville premiered on ABC last night to rave reviews for stars Connie Britton (Friday Night Lights, American Horror Story), 45, who plays aging, curb-bound, wise ol' country crooner Rayna Jaymes, and Hayden Panettiere (Heroes, I Love You Beth Cooper), 23, who shines as wicked — but not entirely without reason — newcomer Juliette Barnes, who is itching to get out with the old and get in with the new.
Just because Alexander Ludwig, 20, who shot to fame with the wildly popular adaptation of Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games, starring Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Elizabeth Banks, Stanley Tucci, Wes Bentley, Woody Harrelson, and Lenny Kravitz, can't return to his role as the diabolical Cato for reasons that are obvioius to anyone who read / watched, that doesn't mean there aren't big things in store for the young actor.
Minka Kelly, 32, the former girlfriend of New York Yankees baseball great Derek Jeter and the hot actress of The Roommate, Just Go with It, television's Friday Night Lights and new Charlie's Angels (to say nothing of the in-production flick, The Butler, in which Kelly will play former first lady Jackie Kennedy), might just have an unwelcome scandal of the Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian variety on her hands.
Taylor Kitsch, 31, has built up a reputation for fighting aliens in this year's John Carter and Battleship, but that all seems like a walk in the park next to shooting love scenes with Blake Lively, 24, his leading lady in the new Oliver Stone flick, Savages, also starring Aaron Johnson, John Travolta, Salma Hayek, Benicio Del Toro and Emile Hirsch.
Burgeoning superstud Taylor Kitsch, 30, was all smiles Wednesday night at the Los Angeles red carpet premiere of his new anticipated flick, John Carter, in which he plays the titular role. The Friday Night Lights hottie may have gotten his fair share of the limelight, but he wasn't the only celeb in attendance at the big celebration.
If you were one of 2009's disappointed G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra viewers, take heart. You may have a new and improved sequel to look forward to in the upcoming G.I. Joe 2: Retaliation, starring an all-new cast, apart from Channing Tatum as Captain Duke Hauser and Jonathan Pryce as the President of the United States.
If you're a fan of John Carter, the Virginian hero from the Edgar Rice Burroughs' sci-fi Barsoom series, you're in for a treat. The first official theatrical trailer for the film John Carter, directed by Oscar-winner Andrew Stanton (WALL-E, Finding Nemo, A Bug's Life) and starring Taylor Kitsch (Friday Night Lights), has been released, and it promises to be packed with action.
It's been a bumpy road for Friday Night Lights, the TV drama centered around a football team in small Texas town. For years it's struggled to get the kind of respect many fans felt it deserved — which, after a switch from NBC to DirecTV and then a cancellation — seemed just not in the cards.
Friday Night Lights is a show about everything I hated in high school. Jocks, football, underage drinking, cheerleaders, football, teenagers, high school, teachers, coaches, pep rallies, and did I mention football? However, the show isn’t really about those things at all.
Adrianne Palicki, 27, who played Tyra Collette on NBC's Friday Night Lights, has been tapped by the network to portray one of the most iconic female roles in comic book lore, that of Wonder Woman and her alter ego, Diana Prince, the role made popular by Lynda Carter in the '70s.
One of the best dramas currently on television is entering its final season and, statistically speaking, you are almost certainly not watching it. The show is Friday Night Lights, and, like The Wire before it, it's entering its fifth and final season with critical acclaim and a slavishly devoted fan base, but is still mostly ignored by the general public.