"I hope the restaurant's close because he's taking his bike," Taylor Kitsch's manager says to me. Only, suddenly, there he is, turning down the little alleyway. —from Milk Studios, where Kitsch has just completed his ELLE photo shoot. I'm hypervigilant because the Hungry Cat is nestled up against a larger building, and I'm worried he'll pass it."I think if they're paying attention, that must mean there's something [I'm doing right].""Look, if it's true and it's out, then it's true and it's out," Kelly added."When it's not true and it's out, it's really frustrating.” While the actors have all evolved from their high school counterparts, Kelly says she couldn’t be prouder of the role the show has played in her life, and it’s a sentiment echoed by her former cast mates. There’s a bond that we have that will never go away.is one of those television shows that all kinds of people in your life—even the ones who don’t keep up with “cool” TV—seem to be obsessed with. It’s not hard to hear about what’s going on with any of them.” would seem a slam-dunk campaign. ” Kelly has a similar perspective: “I think some things are better left [with people] wanting more.”, it does not mean they have left their characters, spiritually, behind. I really look forward to opportunities of showing how different I am from her, how much stronger I am than her,” she said, citing Richard Linklater, Wes Anderson, and Reed Morano as directors she would love to work with. You just have to find the comedy in all of it."in 2006, Kelly has made a habit of playing her cards extremely close to the vest, pre-marriage Cameron Diaz-style, about who she's dating—and she's almost always dating someone people would want to know more about.
“Oh my God, it’s a show, I can barely even talk about it,” they’ll say. It’s been 10 years since the series premiered, in 2006, and select members from the cast—Minka Kelly (Lyla Garrity), Taylor Kitsch (Tim Riggins), Aimee Teegarden (Julie Taylor), and Zach Gilford (Matt Saracen)—convened in Chicago over the weekend to mark the occasion. five years, four years.” (Yes, this was disappointing for us to learn, as well, as we always imagined the cast had some super-active group text going for years, and gathered for a monthly margaritas-and-grilling party at Kyle Chandler’s house. “I’ll never play Riggins again,” Kitsch said, flatly. I don’t see any reason to relive it; leave the memories where they’re at . Kitsch did not hesitate: “Obviously, [Riggins would] have an ice-cold beer in his hand.” When pressed further about his character, who was last seen having acquired a new piece of property, Kitsch said, “I see him still in that property, you know? God, they would be great.”Kelly said she hopes to find future roles that make clear she is not Lyla in real life: “I couldn’t be more different from Lyla.
“We all just saw each other for the first time in so long,” Kelly said in a phone interview with before the start of the race. I’m so happy to see them.” The course, which spans 8.5 miles, includes rope climbs and mud pits and a lot of other intense physical action. Kelly, Teegarden and Kitsch haven’t run a Spartan Race before, but Gilford has done two, a sprint version in San Francisco and another in Monterey . For Kelly, one of the coolest parts was training for it.
She learned how to throw a spear and added a ton of new skills.
The sun is slanting into my eyes, so while I can see that he's got something on his head, I can't see what.
It's only once he gets near that I realize it's a motorcycle helmet, but worn like a backward baseball cap, pushed off his face and up on his crown.
An hour later, I'm sitting at a table on the outside patio of the Hungry Cat, located between John Wayne's star and Jack Benny's on Vine Street in Hollywood, and exactly .9 miles—close, but is it close enough?