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I am Number Four,” Timothy’s movie with Alex Pettyfer, Teresa Palmer, and Dianna Agron, is available via Movies on Demand this coming Tuesday, May 24!

The On Demand movie will be released the very same day the DVD/blu-ray movies are made available in stores (and in most cases, about a month before you can rent them via Netflix or Redbox)!

Thank you Mary Hong!



Timothy Olyphant’s Justified character, Raylan Givens, has topped GQ’s list of the 25 Most Stylish Men on TV!

The FX drama’s leading man beat out Don Draper (Jon Hamm, Mad Men), Tom Haverford, (Aziz Ansari, Parks and Recreation), Manny Delgado (Rico Rodriguez, Modern Family), and Chalky White (Michael Kenneth Williams, Boardwalk Empire), who rounded out the top five.

Alexander Skarsgard, Ian Somerhalder, Neil Patrick Harris, and Ed Westwick’s characters also made the cut.

Check out GQ.com for the full list!

Thank you Christy! (:


Paramount has just officially announced plans to bring the hit 2011 Gore Verbinski directed, computer animated film “Rango” featuring the voices of Johnny Depp, Isla Fisher and Timothy Olyphant to Blu-ray Disc on July 15th. Tech specs for the release include full 1080p Hi-Def video and DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio sound. The title is not yet available for pre-order over at Amazon but stay tuned and we will keep you updated. The release will come in the form of a “combo pack” with the DVD and Digital Copy also included. The bonus materials set to be included are listed below.

Theatrical and Extended Version
Commentary—By director, story co-writer and producer Gore Verbinski, head of story James Ward Byrkit, production designer Mark “Crash” McCreery, animation director Hal Hickel and visual effects supervisor
Tim Alexander (on Extended Version only)
Breaking The Rules: Making Animation History— Discover how Gore Verbinski and Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) prepared for their first animated movie by following every step the filmmakers made to create this new kind of animated film.
The Stage Is Set (Part 1)
Now We Ride (Part 2)
Real Creatures of Dirt—In this fun and educational piece, animal experts talk about the real creatures that inspired the characters of Rango and the filmmakers explain why they chose specific animals to reflect certain personality traits.
Storyboard Reel Picture-In-Picture—Enhance your movie-viewing experience by watching the entire feature with picture-in-picture images of the storyboards (Theatrical Version only).
A Field Trip to Dirt—Using the technology and footage from ILM’s special camera, viewers are put in control of their own tour of Dirt. They can select the streets they want to explore and the characters they’d like to interact with, discovering trivia and other bonus footage along the way.
Deleted Scenes—Including a never-before-seen alternate ending
Theatrical Trailer



As Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, Timothy Olyphant embodies a modern-day cowboy, right down to the Stetson. The trigger-happy lawman of the FX hit Justified is based on the protagonist from Elmore Leonard’s short story “Fire in the Hole,” but Olyphant has had a hand in Raylan’s development throughout the show’s second season. “I’m very involved in the show, in ways that I probably have no business being,” says the actor, who signed on as a producer after season one. “I enjoy it. Someone gave me a TV show, I figured I’d have as much fun as possible.” Vulture talked with Olyphant about what to expect from tonight’s finale, his guest stint onThe Office, and why Lakers fans need to stop whining.

It feels like this whole season has been building up to a legendary showdown. The episode title alone, “Bloody Harlan,” is a hint of what’s to come—
Somebody’s going to stub a toe.

Sure, that’s all.
Someone’s going to need a Band-Aid.

Got any highlights you want to share about the episode?
I’m not sure I do. My job description is not giving away endings, you know? What can I tell you? I’ve seen it, and there’s a lot of good stuff. We’re very proud of the season, and the finale has what the best episodes of the season have: some great writing, great storytelling, great performances. I’m not beating around the bush, I just don’t know how to talk about it without telling you things you don’t want to know.

Last season’s finale — with its epic shoot-out that found Raylan and Boyd on the same side — was a big one, so this week has a lot to live up to.
My way of thinking is, well, we did that, so let’s not do it again. Nobody wants that. Even though they think they do, they don’t. And at the same time, let’s just try to live out this story as dramatically and interestingly as possible. The characters this season were just so rich and so great, and the ones that don’t stick around will be missed.

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In Nora Roberts’ new book, Chasing Fire, she mentions Timothy Olyphant three times. If you’re reading this book don’t see the picture below – it may contain spoilers!

Thank you Bobbi!

Also, I’ve added more audio files of daily sports reports from 2008, when Timothy was on Indie 103.1. Now you can listen to some files from July. Enjoy!


Touchstone and Dreamworks’ young adult sci-fi actioner I Am Number Four starring Alex Pettyfer, Dianna Agron, Timothy Olyphant and Teresa Palmer has been green lit for a Blu-ray and DVD release date on May 24.

Buena Vista will release I Am Number Four in single-disc and three-disc configurations on Blu-ray. The three-disc combo pack will additionally include the DVD version and a digital copy. The SRP price difference is $44.99 versus $39.99.

I Am Number Four bonus features are relatively slim with a ‘Becoming Number 6’ featurette, bloopers, and Blu-ray exclusive 6 deleted scenes. There are no theatrical trailers or commentaries.

Click here to pre-order I Am Number Four on Blu-ray for a discounted price at Amazon.com.



UPDATED: Looks like FX is officially sticking to Raylan Givens’ guns: As anticipated, the network has announced that it has renewed fan favorites Justified and Archer for their third seasons. The renewal makes plenty of sense for the cable network. After all, Justified — starring Timothy Olyphant — has enjoyed burgeoning ratings, which have ticked up 8 percent during season 2, while Archer was up 22 percent from last season.

“Justified was a critically acclaimed hit series in its first season, but the show has far surpassed our expectations this season,” President and General Manager of FX Networks John Landgraf said in a release. “Creatively, the show is on a roll. The performances of Timothy Olyphant, Walton Goggins, Margo Martindale and the entire cast are extraordinary. Graham Yost and his team of writers are delivering some of the richest stories anywhere on TV and are doing a brilliant job of being true to Elmore Leonard’s original character, Raylan Givens. We couldn’t be more proud of the work everyone has done.”



FX series Justified is reportedly close to being renewed for a third season.

The drama, which stars Timothy Olyphant as US Marshal Raylan Givens, is currently airing its second run.

Deadline claims that the cable network is pleased with the show’s performance and may finalise a renewal deal with Sony Pictures TV in time for the FX upfront party on Tuesday.

The second season of Justified has attracted an average of 4m viewers, an improvement on the show’s first run last year.

Series star Olyphant previously insisted that the show’s recent episodes are of a higher quality than the first season.

“Last year, we had an opportunity to try a bunch of different stuff,” he explained. “Then we had this lovely opportunity to look at it and say, ‘This stuff we liked, and this stuff we didn’t like so much’.”

Justified airs on Wednesdays at 10pm on FX.

Source: digitalspy.co.uk


Timothy Olyphant attend Vanity Fair Campaign Hollywood 2011’s kick off with Chrysler Celebrating ‘The Fighter’ held at the District on Sunset on February 21, 2011 in Hollywood, California.


Gallery Link:
Public Appearances > 2011 > Chrysler Celebrates “The Fighter” Benefiting Communities In Schools – Feb 21

Thanks Mari!


Tim arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar party hosted by Graydon Carter held at Sunset Tower on February 27, 2011 in West Hollywood, California.


Gallery Link:
Public Appearances > 2011 > Vanity Fair Oscar Party – February 27


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