I talk to Taylor Kitsch (Tim Riggins) and Jesse Plemons (Landry Clarke) and Kyle Chandler (Coach Eric Taylor) now and again. It was a really special experience, and I think the majority would all say that. And we got to film it in the coolest city of Austin. WATCH OUR INTERVIEW WITH TAYLOR KITSCH Hair colour chameleon "For the film they made me go brunette, but thankfully they didn't make me have a bob [like she does in the original comic]. GET MORE CELEB TATTOO INSPIRATIONCatch Adrianne in G.
I'm naturally blonde but It was fun to be something different.
I want to go dark again." Cool sense of style When we met Adrianne she was dressed in a stunning, figure-hugging navy dress, but she can pretty much carry anything off. With his intense good looks and smouldering eyes, wouldn't you?
She said: "I love shopping, I'm a jeans and a T-shirt kind of girl but I go classy when I dress up - with a little bit of sexy. A self-confessed tattoo addict "Oh my gosh, I'm addicted to tattoos.
Getting to be one of the boys and hold my own was really fun."And she has major respect from her co-stars too. I Joe we we're all in the desert, it's 115 degrees, you see things, you smell things and all of sudden they're not as sexy as they were three weeks ago."SEE MORE SEXY MENShe's lean and mean "Oh my god, for the movie we trained two and a half months straight and eight hours straight. We had weapons training, combat training, stunt training, choreography training, weight lifting, unit training.
In 2006, she also appeared in The WB pilot Aquaman as the evil Nadia.
Adrianne Lee Palicki (born May 6, 1983) is an American actress best known for her roles as Tyra Collette in the television series Friday Night Lights (2006–2011) and supporting roles in the films Legion (2010), Red Dawn (2012), G. Palicki appeared in Supernatural as Jessica Moore, Sam Winchester's doomed girlfriend who is killed by a demon in its pilot episode.
She played Barbara "Bobbi" Morse on the ABC series Agents of S. She appeared as Kara/Lindsey Harrison in the season 3 finale of Smallville.
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.
Your parents, your grandparents, your cousin, your baby brother, your barista, your dentist, your dog—they all make the same gleeful expression when the show gets mentioned. There is a fanaticism about the show that is rare even by Beloved Cult TV standards. But the duo—who both talk about the show in the reverent, joyous way that you or your friends might talk about your favorite teacher in high school—both said, to awkwardly slide a football metaphor in here, that they believe the clock has run out. I asked both where they think their characters would be now, five years since we left them, after the series finale in 2011. I think he’d have, hopefully, a simple life.” And would he be with Tyra, his character’s sometimes love interest (played by Adrianne Palicki)? It’d be hilarious to have little Riggins-and-Tyra kids. Kelly said that her character probably ended up staying in Nashville after attending Vanderbilt University, which is how we left Lyla.