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CBS' Early Edition Reboot Pilot Casts Alice Eve as the New Kyle Chandler

Click here to read the full article. If Alice Eve didn’t already have a newspaper subscription, she does now! The Belgravia actress has been tapped to lead the pilot of CBS’ gender-swapped Early Edition reboot, our sister site Deadline reports. For the uninitiated, the original Early Edition starred a pre-Friday Night Lights Kyle Chandler as Gary Hobson, a man who mysteriously received each Chicago Sun-Times newspaper the day before it was published, and used the knowledge he received to prevent terrible events from taking place. The new Early Edition hails from Hawaii Five-0 and Zoo scribe Melissa Glenn, and original series EPs DeVon Franklin...
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Kyle Chandler on 'Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber,' Venture Capitalist Bill Gurley, and the 'Early Edition' Reboot

From creators Brian Koppelman and David Levien (Billions) and based on a true story, the Showtime series Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber follows Travis Kalanick (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), who started one of Silicon Valley’s most successful companies in Uber, but who was also ultimately kicked out of his own boardroom. The upstart transportation company rocked the business world as Travis’ win-at-all-costs approach fueled its meteoric rise into a multi-billion dollar machine while also being responsible for its downfall.
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Kyle Chandler On The Americana Of ‘Super Pumped’ And Its Story Of Money And Innovation

When Kyle Chandler found out he was going to play investment guru Bill Gurley opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s take on former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick in Showtime’s Super Pumped (which airs Sundays), his immediate impulse was to call the man up and pick his brain about his life and experiences funding the rideshare behemoth’s rise. But then he thought better. As Chandler confirmed when we spoke ahead of yesterday’s series premiere, he feels a great sense of responsibility when playing a real person and leans on his research and the source material (Mike Isaac’s book of the same name, which he raves about) to find the character, but over-prepping might create something more like an impression and less like a performance. And in this case, there was room for interpretation in how Gurley moved in the lion cage, chair in hand.

‘Friday Night Lights’ Star Kyle Chandler Talks Working With Michael B. Jordan and Jesse Plemons

“Friday Night Lights” was a hit show on NBC for five seasons. One of its stars, Kyle Chandler who played Coach Eric Taylor, was there from the beginning. Indeed, Coach Taylor was an iconic character for a number of years on the program. Folks became enamored with his leadership on the program along with his quotes that served as life lessons to his players and those watching at home. However, the show ended long ago now, but “Friday Night Lights” star Kyle Chandler talked about working with Michael B. Jordan and Jesse Plemons who have both gone on to Hollywood stardom.

Super Pumped Teaser: Joseph Gordon-Levitt And Kyle Chandler Wage A Battle For Uber

Showtime has released a new trailer for the upcoming first installment in a new anthology series. "Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber" will premiere on Sunday, February 27, 2022 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, and it's all about the rise and fall of Travis Kalanick, the founder of Uber. The ride-sharing service may have changed the way we travel, but it had a whole lot of baggage that came along with it. The first trailer gave off some strong "The Wolf of Wall Street" vibes and not in a good way. I was very worried that Kalanick would be glorified the way Jordan Belfort was in that film. (They gave the man a cameo. I know people who were hurt in that scandal and it's not okay.)

Jeremy Renner and Kyle Chandler Play Hardball in 'Mayor of Kingstown' First Look (Exclusive)

Jeremy Renner and Kyle Chandler play hardball on Paramount+'s Mayor of Kingstown. The new series, from co-creators Taylor Sheridan and Hugh Dillon, follows the McLusky family -- power brokers in Kingstown, Michigan, where the business of incarceration is the only thriving industry. Tackling themes of systemic racism, corruption and inequality, Mayor of Kingstown provides a stark look at their attempt to bring order and justice to a town that has neither.

Mayor of Kingstown Trailer Teams Jeremy Renner & Kyle Chandler on Paramount+ This November

Paramount+ has recently released the official trailer for its upcoming series Mayor of Kingstown. The series stars Jeremy Renner (The Hurt Locker, Hawkeye) as Mike McLusky, who is the mayor of a fictional city called Kingstown located in the state of Michigan. In Kingstown, incarceration is the only thriving industry. The upcoming television series was created by Taylor Sheridan and Hugh Dillon. Check out the official trailer and poster for Mayor of Kingstown below.

‘Mayor Of Kingstown’ Trailer: Jeremy Renner And Kyle Chandler Run Things In Taylor Sheridan’s Paramount+ Series

This is turning out to be quite the Jeremy Renner day. With Hawkeye on the way for Disney+ (and a new trailer to boot), it’s easy to forget that he actually has another anticipated series for a streaming platform. Mayor of Kingstown has Renner teaming with Taylor Sheridan, creator of the hugely successful Yellowstone franchise for Paramount+, for what looks like it could offer more action than Marvel’s favorite archer can notch a bow at!
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Jeremy Renner And Kyle Chandler Kick Ass And Take Names In First Trailer For Yellowstone Co-Creator's Mayor Of Kingstown

For anyone whose biggest holiday wishes involve a Taylor Sheridan overload on the small screen, this is going to be a most fabulous winter. Sheridan put western expanses in his rear view in co-creating Mayor of Kingstown with series star Hugh Dillon, with MCU fixture Jeremy Renner and Friday Night Lights and Bloodline vet Kyle Chandler heading things up as the McLusky brothers. And judging by the first trailer for the upcoming Paramount+ series, as seen above, the life of a McLusky is one full of street brawls and facial wounds.

The Mayor Of Kingstown Trailer: Jeremy Renner And Kyle Chandler Wheel And Deal

Paramount+ has a new series from "Yellowstone" co-creator Taylor Sheridan, and it looks like a very intense, crime-filled drama. We've already gotten a first look at the show during CBSViacom's Television Critics Association presentation in August, and we now have another trailer revealing that the McLusky family has got some twisted ties to the town they live in.