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Taylor Kitsch Reunites with 'Waco' Co-stars at FYC Event

Taylor Kitsch suits up while attending the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ screening and panel discussion for Waco on Wednesday (May 9) at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles.

The 37-year-old actor was joined at the event by his co-stars Paul Sparks and Rory Culkin.

Waco is a limited series that aired on the Paramount Network back in January. It had six episodes and also starred Michael Shannon, Andrea Riseborough, and Melissa Benoist.

The event was a For Your Consideration panel held ahead of Emmy nominations, which will be announced on July 12.

FYI: Taylor is wearing The Frye Company shoes.

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Taylor Kitsch & Andrea Riseborough Are Joined By 'Waco' Survivor David Thibodeau at Paley Screening!

Taylor Kitsch happily poses alongside his co-star Andrea Riseborough while attending the premiere screening of their new mini-series WACO held at The Paley Center for Media on Wednesday (January 24) in New York City.

The 36-year-old actor and Andrea, 36, were joined at the event by their cast mates Rory Culkin and Michael Shannon, as well as creators John Erick and Drew Dowdle.

Taylor and the crew were also joined by real-life Waco survivor David Thibodeau, who wrote the biographical account A Place Called Waco that serves as half of the miniseries’ source material.

David Thibodeau, specifically, every department called him and talked to him for hours and hours,” the Dowdle brothers revealed. “The art department was like, ‘Okay, what kind of ceiling did you guys have? Was it wood or was it…? What were the doors like on the men’s floor?’ He’d be like, ‘Oh, men didn’t have doors. They had sheets hanging in front.’ It was just all these little details that made it really real. And then every actor, on the Branch Davidian side at least, would sit with Thibodeau, and [say], ‘Okay, what was my character like?’ And he’d say, ‘Your character, this guy loved the sound of nature and spent all this time watching birds and listening.’ Or whatever it was, really, his memory of these people was so specific and so real, it gave everyone a lot to work with. ‘Rachel, she was really strong. Lead wife and head mother, and she would give it back to David as much as she would take.’ You know, there’s key things that helped in the script, but for the actors also, and production design and wardrobe and just everything.”

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Melissa Benoist Addresses 'Supergirl' Producer Andrew Kreisberg Firing: 'That Was A Major Disappointment'

Melissa Benoist has addressed how the firing of Supergirl producer Andrew Kreisberg has affected the series, following his sexual harassment allegations.

“That was a major disappointment, and the irony was not lost on me,” the 29-year-old actress expressed (via People) while speaking at the panel for her new mini-series Waco during the Paramount Network portion of the 2018 Winter TCA Tour on Monday (January 15) in Pasadena, Calif.

“I have to say that the way our show has recovered as a cast and a crew together, we have an atmosphere on set now that I’m extremely proud of and there are a lot of amazing men that work on our show, and we have a lot of amazing women that are in powerful positions on our show as well,” Melissa added. “Now one of our co-showrunners is a female, [Jessica Queller], and the executive producer Sarah Schechter. We’re all in the fight for equality and for a safer atmosphere in the working space.”

Melissa was joined at the panel by her co-stars Taylor Kitsch, Paul Sparks, Andrea Riseborough, Julia Garner and Rory Culkin.

Also attending a panel for their series Yellowstone were Kevin Costner, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, Cole Hauser, Kelsey Asbille, and Gil Birmingham.

FYI: Melissa is wearing an Aritzia skirt.

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Chloe Moretz: 'Hick' Screening with Emma Roberts!

Chloe Moretz and Emma Roberts attend a screening of Hick at the Crosby Street Hotel on Thursday (May 3) in New York City.

The 15-year-old actress wore a Dolce&Gabbana floral dress with Jimmy Choo shoes. Emma is wearing a RED Valentino dress and shoes, with an Edie Parker clutch.

“Excited for #Hick premiere!! @ChloeGMoretz cant wait to see your pretty face,” Emma tweeted, to which Chloe replied, “i’m excited to see you!!! Mishhh youuuu.”

Hick is about a Nebraska teen (Moretz) who gets more than she bargained for when she sets out for the bright lights of Las Vegas.

Also pictured inside at the Cinema Society and Phase 4 Films-sponsored screening: Aaron Carter and Chloe‘s co-star Rory Culkin.

In case you missed it, check out an exclusive clip from the film, which hits theaters and VOD on May 11!

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Emma Roberts & Rory Culkin Cover 'Nylon' May 2011

Emma Roberts and Rory Culkin cover Nylon magazine’s May 2011 issue, which celebrates young Hollywood!

Here’s what the Scream 4 co-stars had to share:

Emma on her Nickelodeon years: “I loved that part of my life. A lot of people that were on Disney or Nickelodeon bash it afterwards. And I just think, That’s what got you your start! And also, from my experience, it was so fun. It was the calm before the storm… if you make the transition [as an actor] in the same way that you’re transitioning in real life, you’ll be fine. It’s when you’re 16 and you’re trying to play a 20-year-old hitchhiking stripper that people are gonna give you a hard time.”

Rory on the choice between boxing and music: “Boxing is a little more mindless and takes me away from everything. Music can do that, too, but it’s another art form, you know what I mean? It’s something to be passionate about. Whereas boxing is like, I wanna kick some ass and get my ass kicked. It’s awesome.”

Rory on his film roles up until now: “I’ve been sort of scared of certain roles in the past, almost to the point of being kind of snobbish… Now I’m just a lot more open to things – I’m starting to feel the need to exercise my acting and leave my comfort zone. I think Scream is an example of that.”

Emma on Glee: “I love that Gwyneth Paltrow‘s on Glee. That’s something you would never think she’d do. And the fact that she just thought, I’m gonna let loose and do this – that’s so cool!”

For more from Emma and Rory, visit NylonMag.com!

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