Today is Tyler’s 30th Birthday!

Tyler Hoechlin Central would like to wish him a Happy Birthday spent with family & friends, hoping for bigger and more successful years to come!

As a way to celebrate Tyler’s birthday, we put up a brand new layout thanks to my friend Jasper using one of my favorite Tyler shoots from 2016.

Hope you guys like it as much as I do. And make sure to check out additional outtakes of the shoot that we posted earlier.

    

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]

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Tyler attending the Teen Choice Awards 2017 where he presented the “Choice TV Drama” surfboard to the Riverdale cast.

   

I’ve updated the gallery with additional stills & high quality screencaptures of Tyler in his 2016 movie Stratton.

   

2016 – Stratton > Production Stills
2016 – Stratton > Movie Screencaptures

I’ve update the gallery with photos of Tyler attending the amfAR Paris Dinner 2017 as part of Paris Fashion Week.

   

I’ve updated the gallery with stills & screencaptures of Tyler’s guest star apperance on Supergirl’s season finale titled Nevertheless, She Persisted.

   
Supergirl (2016-20??) > Episode Stills > 2.22 Nevertheless, She Persisted
Supergirl (2016-20??) > Episode Screencaptures > 2.22 Nevertheless, She Persisted

The Man of Steel is coming back to National City!

E! News can exclusively reveal that Tyler Hoechlin is officially returning to Supergirl for its season two finale! No story details are available yet, but his presence alone should be enough to excite Supergirl fans everywhere after his first appearance on the show got rave reviews.

Kara’s (Melissa Benoist) cousin originally made his way to National City in the season two premiere to help deal with a malfunctioning LexCorp spacecraft, and then hung out for another episode before returning to Metropolis, knowing that Supergirl could handle things on her own. His exit made it clear he could easily return, and now the time is apparently right. [Source]

Best Guest Performance on a Television Series:
Ian Bohen “Teen Wolf” (MTV)
Tyler Hoechlin “Supergirl” (The CW)
Anthony Hopkins “Westworld” (HBO)
Leslie Jordan “American Horror Story: Roanoke” (FX)
Jeffrey Dean Morgan “The Walking Dead” (AMC)
Dominique Pinon “Outlander” (Starz)

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Tyler attending the 25th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Academy Awards Party.

   

Voltage Pictures is to fully finance and co-produce “Departures,” a drama featuring a teenager with a terminal illness who is helped by a geeky friend to gamely embark on a list of final things to do.

Co-produced with BCDF Pictures, the film will start production April 24 in New York with Peter Hutchings (“The Outskirts,” “Rhymes with Banana”) directing from a script written by Fergal Rock.

Production is by Claude Dal Farra, Brice Dal Farra, and Brian Keady for BCDF and Nicolas Chartier and Alissa Phillips for Voltage. Voltage is handling international sales. U.S. rights are handled jointly by CAA and Voltage.

Asa Butterfield (“The Space Between Us”) stars alongside Maisie Williams (“Game of Thrones”,) with cast also including Nina Dobrev (“The Vampire Diaries,” “Flatliners”,) and Tyler Hoechlin (“Teen Wolf,” “Fifty Shades Freed”.) [Source]