George Clooney, Felicity Jones, David Oyelowo and Kyle Chandler talk new sci-fi thriller "The Midnight Sky."
You might be surprised to hear who else was considered for the all important roles of Carrie and Brody on TV's "Homeland."
So, an Academy Award winner, an Emmy winner and a Golden Globe winner walk into a limited series…. Except this is no joke. If you like your George Clooney, Kyle Chandler and Hugh Laurie in uniform, Hulu’s adaptation of Catch-22 will have you saluting, judging by the first photos from the Spring 2019 release. Based […]
Chandler will play Colonel Cathart, the role Clooney was originally slated to take on. Clooney will now play the supporting part of Scheisskopf, which would give him more time to focus on his directing and producing duties.
A reunion is possible, just as long as Britton and Kyle Chandler, who played her husband, Coach Taylor, can get on the same page.
The third and final season of Bloodline begins streaming on Netflix on Friday, and it wraps up the family history of the Rayburns, the deeply troubled owners of a family inn so cursed with bad luck, bad events, and bad mojo, there ought to be special Yelp warnings about trying to book a room at that Florida joint. The series picks up where Season 2 left off, with youngest brother Kevin (Norbert Leo Butz) having killed cop Marco Diaz (Enrique Murciano). Will big brother-cop John (Kyle Chandler) help his screw-up sibling out of his latest jam?
It’s a Netflix reunion of sorts: Kyle Chandler, star of “Bloodline,” is set to join “Stranger Things” break-out Millie Bobby Brown in Godzilla: King of the Monsters,” sources tell Variety. Chandler will play Brown’s father in the Legendary sequel. “Krampus” helmer Michael Dougherty is directing the project and wrote the script with Zach Shields. Aaron... <a href="http://variety.com/2017/film/news/kyle-chandler-millie-bobby-brown-in-godzilla-king-of-the-monsters-exclusive-1201988190/" title="Read Kyle Chandler to Co-Star as Millie Bobby Brown’s Dad in ‘Godzilla’ Sequel (EXCLUSIVE)">Read more »</a><img src="http://media.zenfs.com/en_US/Entertainment/Variety/pc17#038;c26035310#038;c310000#038;cv2.0#038;cj1" class="editorial"/>
On October 3, 2006 — ten years ago today — NBC aired the pilot of Friday Night Lights. Despite consistent critical praise, two Emmys, seven nominations, and a Peabody, the beloved series lasted for two seasons before a move to DirecTV’s The 101 Network for the final three.
Bloodline is back for a second season on May 27 and today Netflix dropped a sneak peek at the upcoming 10 episodes of the Emmy-nominated series at Deadline’s The Contenders Emmys event in Hollywood. Introduced by star Linda Cardellini just now, the trailer reveals that for the Rayburn family, in the words of Ben Mendelsohn’s seemingly dead Danny, “You’re damned if you do, you’re damned if you don’t” – literally, after the events of last season.
After the messy, half decade-long battle over the final cut of his previous film, 2011’s Margaret, it’s a relief to declare that Manchester by the Sea is pure Kenneth Lonergan. Many of Lonergan’s trademarks are on display in Manchester, a nuanced and gorgeously downbeat family dramedy that made its debut (and earned several standing ovations) at Sundance on Saturday. Both of Lonergan’s previous films began with a sudden death, and Manchester follows in that tradition.
Carol star Kyle Chandler is a far more relaxed a guy than you might expect, given the number of serious characters he’s played on screens both big and small over the last decade. The 50-year-old Georgia native made his name as the stern-but-sensitive Coach Taylor in the beloved football series Friday Night Lights, for which he won an Emmy in 2011. In director Todd Haynes’ period romance (opening in select theaters Friday), Chandler plays Harge, the desperate and controlling husband of the title character (Cate Blanchett), a WASP-y housewife who falls for a younger woman named Therese (Rooney Mara) in 1950s New York. Based on the 1952 novel The Price of Salt by The Talented Mr. Ripley author Patricia Highsmith, Carol — which has been earning strong reviews since its Cannes premiere in May — follows the women’s fraught love affair as Harge rages about his disintegrating marriage.