Quote: "I lived in an apartment in Spanish Harlem with no electricity, and then I lost that, so I'd just catch the blue train. It skips a lot of stops at night, and then it stays up at 181st Street, I think. So I'd sleep there. The security guy would come on and be like, 'Get out.' And I'd get out." Actor Taylor Kitsch recalls his past sleeping rough on the New York City subway as he struggled to find his way in the entertainment industry in his early 20s. He finally landed his big break in 2006 when he was cast in TV drama series Friday Night Lights.
Quote: "I'm not flattering myself, but they had to get the crotch elongated." Actor Taylor Kitsch reveals the vintage Calvin Klein jeans he wore for upcoming 1980s Aids drama The Normal Heart were uncomfortably true to form to fit the style of the period.
Quote: "If he does it, good on him. He'll kill it. It’s such cool character. Whoever plays him will be a lucky guy. I'm not going to be like 'Oh my God, why don't I get to play him?' If it's meant to be, it's meant to be. And if not, I'll move on. If they cast (Tatum), I wish him nothing but the best. I hope he kicks the c**p out of it." X-Men Origins: Wolverine actor Taylor Kitsch gives his approval to Magic Mike hunk Channing Tatum, who is reportedly in talks to take over Kitsch's role as comic book hero Gambit in the upcoming X-Men movie Days of Future Past.
Quote: "John Tucker Must Die and Snakes on a Plane - brilliant work." Taylor Kitsch jokes about his first Hollywood movies.
Quote: "The other cast had to go off and do boot camp, but not me. As admiral of the fleet, I give the orders. Everybody's saluting you all of the time. It's terrific." Liam Neeson on his role as a vice admiral in new movie Battleship, which he stars in alongside Rihanna and Taylor Kitsch.
Fact: WALL-E director Andrew Stanton's movie adaptation of EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS' JOHN CARTER OF MARS is becoming a star-studded affair - British trio Samantha Morton, Polly Walker and Dominic West have been added to the cast. The threesome will join Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins and Willem Dafoe in the Disney film, which chronicles a Civil War veteran's mysterious transportation to Mars.
Fact: Spider-Man villain, actor Willem Dafoe is turning shades of green again on the big screen. Dafoe, who last played the GREEN GOBLIN on the big screen in 2007, will play loveable green Martian warrior TARS TARKAS alongside Taylor Kitsch and Lynn Collins in upcoming Disney film JOHN CARTER OF MARS.
Fact: X-MEN ORIGINS: Wolverine co-stars Lynn Collins and Taylor Kitsch are to reteam for WALL-E director Andrew Stanton's new movie JOHN CARTER OF MARS. The Disney film follows a damaged U.S. Civil War veteran who mysteriously finds himself on Mars. Kitsch will play the title character, while Collins will play the Princess of Mars.