‘Supergirl’ Interview: Tyler Hoechlin Talks Superman from SDCC 2016 Roundtable

Posted on July 30, 2016 by Mandy in Appearances, Interview, SDCC2016, Supergirl 0

GALLERY UPDATE: Added screenshots of Tyler’s IGN ‘Supergirl’ Interview

Posted on July 24, 2016 by Mandy in Appearances, Interview, SDCC2016, Supergirl, Tyler 0


Added some screenshots of Tyler during the IGN ‘Supergirl’ during SDCC 2016.

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VIDEO: Supergirl Stars Talk Pod Reveal, Kara’s New ‘Hurdle,’ Perfecting Superman’s Curl, Being More ‘Crazy’ on The CW

Posted on July 23, 2016 by Mandy in Interview, SDCC2016, Supergirl, Tyler, Video 0

By Matt Webb Mitovich – TVLINE – 07.23.16

Supergirl won’t look much different when she touches down on The CW on Tuesday, Oct. 10 — save for the possibility that life for Kara & Co. could get even more comic-booky.

“We’re going to have a bit more runway,” Chyler Leigh, who plays Alex, told Michael Ausiello at TVLine’s Comic-Con studio presented by ZTE. “Since were catering to that younger crowd, we have a bit more room to bring some crazy, crazy in.” As Mehcad Brooks added, the handful of Season 2 scripts they’ve seen thus far feel “younger, more relevant.”

With Superman himself in the room (that is, Teen Wolf alum Tyler Hoechlin), the cast also shared their surprise at getting to have the actual Man of Steel on the show — and how it actually speaks to the amount of strength established in Kara thus far.

On the scoop front, David Harewood offered a tantalizing tease about what (who?) is inside the Kryptonian pod that Kara Found at the close of Season 1.

Other questions answered in the video Q&A above: How will Cougar Town vet Ian Gomez’s Snapper Carr differ from Cat Grant as a superior? Just how much will we see of Calista Flockhart now that the show has moved production to Vancouver? And has Hoechlin suited up yet, or at least perfected the iconic hair curl?

VIDEO: Everybody Wants Some!! Tyler Hoechlin, Glen Powell and cast do Movie Quotes Trivia

Posted on July 17, 2016 by Mandy in Everybody Wants Some, Interview, Tyler, Video 0

‘Everybody Wants Some!!’ Cast Talks First Moments Of Unchaperoned Freedom & Favorite Pick-Up Lines

Posted on July 17, 2016 by Mandy in Everybody Wants Some, Interview, Tyler 0

By Anna Klassen – Bustle – 7.13.16

Attempting to interview four cast members from Richard Linklater’s Everybody Wants Some!!is like wrangling bulls. The men (Tyler Hoechlin, Glen Powell, Juston Street, and J. Quinton Johnson) portray college baseball players in 1980s Texas, and their rambunctious, rowdy, and testosterone-filled energy is as palpable in the film as it is in the interview room. The costars and on-screen teammates are gathered in San Diego, Calif. to watch Hoechlin compete with other celebs in the annual celebrity softball game at Petco Park, and from the amount of laughs, teasing, and general fuckwithery (a term coined by Blake Jenner’s character in the film), it would appear these friends haven’t seen each other in months. But Hoechlin assures me: “We actually all hung out a few days ago.”

For the uninitiated (and honestly, if you haven’t seen this fantastic Dazed and Confused follow up, I implore you to do so immediately), the film takes place over a long weekend before college begins, as a new bat-slinging freshman is initiated into the oh-so entertaining world of disco dancing, skirt chasing, underage debauchery, and occasional philosophical musings. It is perhaps the most fun a Richard Linklater picture has ever seen — thanks to, in large part, the chemistry between the film’s castmates.
When I ask the guys to tell me about their first moments of unsupervised adulthood, Hoechlin admits: “I think I cracked a beer open real quick. That was one of the first things.” Powell chimes in: “Let me just tell you about all these guys,” he says. “Quinton is Mother Teresa and I’m Prince Harry. Same goes for [Hoechlin]. He still lives like he’s being supervised. He’s a very put together. He follows the rules.”

Perhaps even less offensive than “cracking open a beer” is Johnson’s response: “Did you guys ever have an Oreo rule when you were living with your parents? Like, you could only have four Oreos or five Oreos? I would eat a whole pack of Oreos because I no longer had an Oreo limit,” he says of his first moments of unrestricted freedom. “Well, I do know he likes desserts,” Powell adds.

“I grew up with four brothers, so it was pretty much like, ‘Who ate all the Gushers?” Street says, causing the conversation to promptly derail.

“That sounds like a new reality show: Who Ate All The Gushers? I actually want Juston to try and use that line on a girl later,” Powell says, then turns to Street. “Can you just act like there’s a craft services table at the party and be like, ‘What happened to all the Gushers?'”
Street admits: “I usually just say, ‘Do you like Native American food?'” This elicits a huge laugh from his costars, and is a perfect segue into my next question. On screen, we see the baseball players’ various attempts at picking up women. Finn (played by Powell) has a unique tactic: he tells ladies about his “average-sized cock.” As Johnson’s character Dale explains, this technique works because it is a “huge relief” from all the bros boasting about their well-endowed members. So I’m curious: What are the guys’ real life pick-up lines?
“I’ve only used one, ever, and it didn’t go well. It’s, ‘I just farted, we should get out of here,'” Powell says, suddenly making the average-sized cock line much more appealing.

Johnson’s answer is slightly more straightforward. “I was telling Glen this earlier. I saw a dress on one of my friends that I actually really liked, and I was like, ‘Man, we need to go out to dinner to get you into that thing… then get you home to get you out of it.'”

Hoechlin assures he doesn’t have a pick-up line — “It would be the sweetest pick up line ever,” Powell says — but the Teen Wolf star does have a go-to opener when traveling. “The only pick up line I’ve ever used was not when going up to a girl but actually just meeting people on vacation overseas,” he says. Here’s how it goes: “You wait until you hear someone speaking English, and then you walk up to them and say, ‘I’m so sorry, are you guys speaking English? Thank God, I’m traveling, I don’t know anybody, I just had to say ‘Hi’. And then usually they’re like, ‘Oh, let’s have a beer!'”

But Powell doesn’t buy it. “I thought your pickup line was, ‘Do you watch popular television like Teen Wolf?'” he says, acknowledging Hoechlin’s brooding role on the hit MTV show.

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