It’s always great when you meet someone for the first time and they’re extremely nice, grounded, and willing to literally talk about anything. Trust me, this is not the norm in Hollywood. But when I walked in to speak with Taylor Kitsch for his great work in Andrew Stanton‘s John Carter, not only was Kitsch kind enough to let me use my flip camera for the interview, he was very willing to play along with my questions.
While I of course asked him about making John Carter and the challenges of working with the green screen, we also talked about his favorite movie, actors and director, how 2012 is a big year for him (he’s also in Battleship), how he based Tim Riggins on a Gary Oldman performance, his feelings on the way Friday Night Lights ended and whether or not he would come back for a movie. In addition, he told me a great story about playing the “Male Camper” on Kyle XY and the audition that went with it, and a lot more. Hit the jump to watch.