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Taylor Kitsch’s Message To ‘Friday Night Lights’ Fans
March 7, 2012
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Canadian Taylor Kitsch might have grown up on the hockey rink, but it was the football field that made him famous. In this clip the actor praises the fans of 'Friday Night Lights' and addresses rumours about Tim Riggins making a comeback on the big screen.

He'll be on the show tonight, along with Inuit leader Mary Simon.

Taylor Kitsch: Obviously we did 5 years because of those guys - the fans. Throwing footballs and sending footballs to NBC, broken light-bulbs and all that kind of stuff. That's why we went five. But now it's one of those things when taking something you love away from someone, you have to have it even more. Now that it's gone and officially done - Now people love it even more, and now I'm starting to feel it again. It's great.

Taylor Kitsch:I gotta read the script - it's so hard to say no to Pete [Berg, director]. It truly is, in every way possible. He's such an amazing guy.
George: They couldn't do a movie like that without you in it, though.
Taylor Kitsch:Tell Pete that.


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