I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Tyler attending the 2016 MLB All-Star & Legends a few days ago.

   

Under the cut as the video autoplay.

Continue reading

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Tyler during his panel in Perth Supernova Expo in Australia yesterday.

   

Academy Award winner J.K. Simmons, swimsuit model Nina Agdal, “Fall Out Boy” bassist Pete Wentz, U.S. soccer legend Landon Donovan and former Padres great Trevor Hoffman are among the first round of participants announced Monday by Major League Baseball for the All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game on July 10 at Petco Park in San Diego.

Also participating will be actor Tyler Hoechlin, a former Arizona State infielder better known as one of the stars of Richard Linklater’s critically acclaimed film “Everybody Wants Some” and the 2017 sequel to “Fifty Shades of Grey.” Mark-Paul Gosselaar, star of this fall’s FOX series “Pitch,” will play along with Sterling K. Brown, a star of “The People V. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” and NBC’s highly anticipated fall dramedy “This Is Us.” [Source]

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Tyler who surprised the fans yesterday during the screening of ‘Everybody Wants Some’ screening in Sydney’s Film Festival.

   

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Tyler’s appearance earlier today in Sydney Supanova.

   

Supergirl has officially found its Superman.

The Hollywood Reporter has learned that the CBS-turned-CW series has cast Teen Wolfgrad Tyler Hoechlin as Superman/Clark Kent. The newest version of the iconic superhero will first be seen visiting his cousin Kara (Melissa Benoist) in National City at the beginning of the series’ second season when it moves to its new home on The CW.

“Greg [Berlanti] and I have wanted to work with Tyler for ages, so this worked out perfectly because Tyler is Superman,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said. “We are so thrilled and humbled to add another amazing actor to the legacy of this iconic character.” [Source]

With a huge thanks to my friend Robyn, I’ve updated the gallery with 55 photos of Tyler during his Q&A in Atlantic City Boardwalk Con last week.

   

   

The earliest documented mustache dates back to 300 BC in a portrait of a Scythian man riding his trusted steed. A symbol of strength and courage, the reverence towards this hairy upper lip has since been styled and profiled ‘till roughly the end of ’80s decadence and Freddy Mercury. But these aforementioned sentiments have since deteriorated. People now view the mustache in a poor light. The kind of light that hangs in a dingy bar full of skunked IPAs. But have no fear for there is hope in the chevron form of Tyler Hoechlin’s character McReynolds or “Mac,” the all-American slugger in Richard Linklater’s newest film Everybody Wants Some!!

Was there anything you did to prepare yourself for the role, besides growing the amazing cookie duster?

It was really funny, I came home from shooting and my dad hadn’t seen me since I had [the mustache] and I opened the door on Thanksgiving and he looked at me and was like “nope, nope, nope.” He said it felt like he was looking in a mirror. But mentally, [I] was going back and recalling those [baseball-playing] days and trying to remember what the vibe was like with the guys and what the mindset was and allowing that to be molded by Rick [Linklater’s] recollection. [More at Source]