I’ve updated the gallery with screencaptures of Tyler as Abe in Palm Springs which is available to stream on Hulu and other VOD services.
I’ve updated the gallery with stills and screencaptures of Tyler in his newest movie “Can You Keep A Secret?”.
Tyler Hoechlin is boarding Can You Keep a Secret?, BCDF Pictures’ romantic comedy that stars and is executive produced by San Andreas star Alexandra Daddario.
Can You Keep a Secret? is based on Sophie Kinsella’s 4-million-copy New York Times bestseller and centers on Emma Corrigan (Daddario), who spills her secrets to a handsome stranger sitting next to her on a turbulent plane ride. That guy happens to be Jack Harper (Hoechlin), the young and elusive CEO at Emma’s workplace. And Jack knows every single humiliating detail about Emma… . Elise Duran is directing Peter Hutchings’ adaptation.
BCDF’s Claude Dal Farra, Brice Dal Farra and Brian Keady of BCDF Pictures are producing. Daddario and Charles Miller are executive producing. Embankment Films is selling international territories. [Source]
I’ve updated the gallery with high quality screencaptures of Tyler in his latest movie The Domestics. The movie had a limited release across the US and released digitally on VOD services.
I’ve updated the gallery with the newely released stills & posters of Tyler’s newest movie The Domestics.
I’ve updated the gallery with high quality screencaptures of Tyler in Fifty Shades Freed. You can also check out a featurette ripped by my friend Helen (jamie-dornan.net) where Tyler talks about his character.
EXCLUSIVE: Bad Boys and Midnight Run scribe George Gallo is set to direct his ninth feature Bigger about bodybuilding pioneer brothers Joe and Ben Weider, who against all odds, battled poverty and anti-Semitism to create the fitness industry as we know it. Tyler Hoechlin from Richard Linklater’s Everybody Wants Some, MTV’s Teen Wolf and MGM’s upcoming The Domestics will play Joe Weider, who discovered Arnold Schwarzenegger and founded the International Federation of Bodybuilding which operates today in 55 countries.
Bigger was written by Brad and Ellen Furman, Andy Weiss and Gallo. Production begins next month in Alabama. Weiss and Gallo wrote the latter’s 2009 film Middle Men about internet porn architect Jack Harris. Weiss is one of the writers on Sony’s Yann Demange-directed movie White Boy Rick due out on Jan. 26. Steve Lee Jones’ Bee Holder Productions banner is producing Bigger with Scott LaStaiti.
“The brothers’ story sets a powerful example of what hard work and extreme focus can achieve for the youth of today. These brothers literally changed the world” says Jones. [Source]