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- Nuevas imágenes y video BTS de Alan Ritchson junto a Megan Fox en el rodaje de "TMNT" en N.Y. (20-05-13):

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- First Promo Poster for 'Gloss' Character on 'The Hunger games: Catching fire':

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- Primer vistazo de Alan Ritchson en acción en 'The Hunger games: Catching fire':
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- "GQ Men Of The Year Party", Ebell Club, L.A. (12-11-13):

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- Alan & Catherine Ritchson at "The Hunger Games catching Fire" L.A. Premiere (18-11-13):

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- Alan Ritchson alaba a los fans en la Premiere de L.A de 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' (ETOnline):
Alan Ritchson alaba a los fans en la Premiere de L.A de 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'
Por ZACH SEEMAYER 19 Noviembre, 2013


Enthusiastic, dedicated fans camped out for hours around the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles this weekend, waiting for an opportunity to see the stars of the hotly-anticipated action thriller The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which held its star-studded premiere Monday evening.

All the stars of the film walked the red-carpet, shaking hands with fans and signing autographs, and ET's own Nancy O'Dell was there as the stars opened up about the film, their fans, and what the whole experience has been like.

"It's nerve-wracking, but it's exciting," said star Liam Hemsworth of the hardcore fan following The Hunger Games has amassed , as shown by the multitude of screaming admirers. "We couldn't be a part of a greater project."

"It feels crazy. It's a great feeling though. Everyone's so sweet and it's great for them to be coming out like this," said Willow Shields, who plays Primrose Everdeen in the film. "They are really dedicated, for sure."

"I feel so honored just to play some part in this franchise," said Alan Ritchson, who plays Gloss. "The fact that people would go so far out of their way to come support what we're doing, it's beyond flattering. I don't feel worthy of that kind of commitment, but we've got incredible fans."

"The passion of the fans for this movie is overwhelming," said Elizabeth Banks, who portrays the heavily-costumed Effie Trinket in the film. "I mean it's amazing. I remember being that age and being pretty excited for stuff. So it's really special to be giving kids a movie in their formative years that they really feel passionate about.

Banks added that starring in such a beloved film has had its perks.

"My niece and nephew give me a little more respect. That's about it. I'm a little bit of a cooler auntie," Banks joked, then added. "I got a free coffee the other day. So that was nice."

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- Alan Ritchson sobre “Catching Fire,” “Ninja Turtles,” la Fama y la Privacidad (thebacklot.com):
Alan Ritchson sobre “Catching Fire,” “Ninja Turtles,” la Fama y la Privacidad
Por Jim Halterman | 21 Noviembre, 2013


It was just two short years ago when we sat down with Ritchson, then a regular on Spike’s Blue Mountain State, for a chat and photo shoot and the conversation went from whether his Blue Mountain State character – frat boy Thad Castle – was gay to playing Aquaman on TV’s Smallville to the handsome actor’s aspirations beyond being known for his early modeling days. Fast forward two years and Ritchson is definitely moving into the next phase of his promising career with a juicy part in one of the biggest holiday films this season, the Hunger Games sequel, Catching Fire.

In the film, which stars Josh Hutcherson, Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Lenny Kravitz, Elizabeth Banks, Toby Jones and Stanley Tucci, Ritchson plays Gloss, a male District 1 tribute in the 75th Hunger Games.

Catching Fire isn’t the only big name franchise Ritchson is a part of. Next summer, we’ll see him as Raphael in the new reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles films.

TheBacklot sat down with Ritchson last week to catch up on everything in the past two years, his roles in both big films and the challenges in navigating the public’s perception of him as fame, publicity and the almighty internet grow bigger and more powerful.

TheBacklot: Congratulations on everything that’s happening right now. Was there a conscious transition going from TV to film or was it more happenstance?

Alan Ritchson: I wouldn’t say it was happenstance. There was a definite conversation that we had that was like, ‘are we going to stick to this?’ I’ve always had that desire. I think, as many actors do, to make that transition into the film world.

I think we could have quite easily stayed in TV. And it was a conversation. Do we stay in TV and try and get a show that has a broader fan base, where we can reach more people [and] build a bigger name and brand and then branch out? Or, do we take the risk and go now? And within two weeks of leaving Blue Mountain State all these great opportunities came in TV , making it a really hard decision. I ended up going with the show Super Fun Night [created and starring Rebel Wilson] on CBS.

TBL: Which changed a lot going from CBS to where it is now at ABC…

AR: It changed a lot. Yes and I think it definitely worked out the way that it was meant to because it didn’t get picked up at CBS. ABC later picked it up and sort of rebranded it a bit, and while that transition was happening, Hunger Games came along. And this was something that we really went for. Yes, the timing of it was just kind of perfect.

We’d worked really hard on Hunger Games and going for that and knew that if we got that, it would be the right time to stop doing TV.

TBL: From where I sit, I would call getting Catching Fire a game changer for your career. Is that how you see it?

AR: Yes. However, whatever capacity I’m involved in this [film], it’s so big that it takes everybody with it. I don’t think that I quite realized that even after doing the big PR tour and traveling and meeting everybody. There’s definitely a frenzy and a hunger for it, no pun intended.

TBL: With both of these roles, how do you approach them since you have source material in the Hunger Games books and the Ninja Turtles show, past films, comics, etc.?

AR: That’s a good question. I think as an actor the school of thought that I come from, is very much absorb every bit of source material that you can. Get as close to the author as you can and their intention and their idea. That’s a very important thing for me as an actor.

With Hunger Games, obviously it’s very easy to do. I was already a fan of the books before the first film was ever shot. [Nina Jacobson, Producer] did such a great job of painting the picture of this world and these characters, their dilemmas. It wasn’t a lot of work for me to do. I mean, it was a challenge to bring the character alive, especially Gloss from District One is in a grey zone. A little bit different from like Katniss, who is way out in District Twelve who has no allegiance to Capital.

There is some interesting inner conflict creating that kind of humanity in a character that really was created to be a villain. It was a challenge, but I went straight to the source material and stayed true to that. I think Francis Lawrence [Catching Fire Director] and everybody involved has – even more than the first picture – stayed very true to the novel, which I think is a good thing.

TBL: What about with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?

AR: I actually didn’t read any of the comic books– and I really hope I don’t offend anyone saying that– but for me, I think we all know who Raphael is. He’s known as the angry hothead of the group. He is quick tempered and is quick to act. He is less thoughtful of people’s feelings and emotions and consequences. That’s something I can relate to as a person. I am very quick to act, like, ‘okay, decision’s made, let’s go for it.’

So I can relate to him in that sense, but I think just zoning in on who that guy is and then understanding the back story… how these guys were formed in the context of our story and where they came from, and the feelings of abandonment or betrayal. All those very real human feelings are something that are contained within that world, and I think we did a good job of creating a setting and a foundation for that.

So I had everything that I needed to create that character there. So I didn’t actually rely so heavily on somebody else’s perspective of Raphael twenty years ago, which to be honest like many of the cartoons like, this dude is smiling a lot. You know, they all look the same and there is so a much greater level of like, individual personality in this new reboot, you know that we haven’t seen before. So there wasn’t a lot for me to relate to, but I don’t know if people will understand where I am coming from, maybe until they see it, I don’t know.

I think as far as Ninja Turtles, I played a comic book hero [Aquaman] before, so I had some experience with trying to bring a character like that to life. It’s challenging because a comic book can span decades and there is an infinite number of authors to go to. The source material changes and these characters’ identities change. We still see it every day, like Superman is gay now in comic book nine hundred and eighty one, it’s like ‘okay well, that’s different then than the guy that started out in number one.’

TBL: Have you kind of gotten a sense with these big projects that people really want to know more about your personal life?

AR: Yes and I haven’t gotten used to that, maybe because on a personal level I tend to not want to know about people, their private life outside of their career, whatever it is. I think that’s maybe because I know what that’s like and I don’t want to put out in the universe that energy of [being] invasive because I don’t want that to happen to me, but it’s going to take some getting used to. People wanted to know about what I ate for breakfast and what I do with my free time, what I believe in, my thoughts on global warming or whatever. What has that got to with what I do for a living?

TBL: Is it a challenge to change people’s perception of you from past roles or your modeling career?

AR: It’s immensely challenging to change somebody’s perception of who you are as a person when there is an online world that consumes your identity. I think people have an idea of who I am as a person based off the characters I play. I am sure other actors have talked about this. I am sure it’s an age-old dilemma.

There is a certain level of privacy you still wish for. There are certain things I wouldn’t talk about. You know, politics and religion and stuff. I’m an actor, if you want to talk about acting and my roles I am super happy to divulge my feelings and thoughts and experiences. There are certain things that I just don’t think are helpful. It’s not my agenda to go out and make the whole world feel what I feel about certain topics, and I think its fine that we all don’t agree on everything.

So there is a level of privacy that I am perfectly fine with. However, when it’s sort of a case of mistaken identity or people perceiving me as, say, Thad Castle…he’s fun. He is over the top. He is chauvinistic. He’s the quintessential frat guy. I think every frat in the country would love to have me come party with them for a day. I think what people don’t know is that’s not really who I am. It couldn’t be further from the truth.

I think people just naturally form a connection with somebody, and the same thing holds true for the online image, which is basically captured through pictures and it’s incredible. I always thought, okay. I am going to work as a model, great. There would be jobs that I take to pay the bills and support me and feed me. There are many times when it was so lean that I could barely eat.

The work that I did, I mean, I am not ashamed of. I’m very proud of the work that I did. The work for N2N, this is a male lingerie line. A lot of people don’t understand that. I mean that’s what I did. I advertised products and I think I did that to the best of my ability. The problem is when it’s taken out of that context of time and place it then looks like something almost comical and I’m associated with that and one, trying to go a different direction with career choice, I mean if I’d stayed a model, I don’t care, that would be great…the Internet is this entity that can’t be conquered or changed. It’s immoveable and it grows exponentially.

TBL: And how long ago was that period?

AR: Almost ten years ago. I have worked especially hard recently to really control my image in a way that demonstrates who I am today and what capacity I work in today and I’ve realized in doing so, it’s just this matrix that just grows exponentially. One person picks up a picture. You click it. You reblog it. Right now, it’s in 10 places then and a few people see it and it’s infinite. I mean, it’s like how do you change an online image? It’s very difficult to do.

TBL: Going back to Catching Fire, is there a thin line between good and bad for Gloss?

AR: Yes. It makes mention of that in the novel where Katniss speaks about Gloss when they are deciding who they can trust and ally with, and he was kind to her in the training center, which throws her off and then all bets are off.

It’s a story of survival. So when they are in the arena he’s brutal and I think perhaps we all would be to some extent if thrown in the same situation. I don’t think there is a drop of evil in the guy, but I think sometimes when people do what they have to do to survive it brings out something primal in us. I think that’s where his humanity lies, somewhere in that region right there. So it’s a challenging thing to bring to life. It’s a world that so many of us can’t relate to, myself included.

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- Alan Ritchson habla sobre los detalles de Jennifer Lawrence Deets y su hobby secreto:

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- Alan Ritchson, "Angelo Kritikos Photoshoot" (nov 2013):

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- Alan Ritchson, "Da Man Magazine 2013":

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Entrevista:
Ronald Liem: Hi Alan, congrats on the “Hunger Games” movie. What is it like to be a part of a big movie franchise?
Alan Ritchson: It’s pretty incredible. Having seen the first film and the reception that it got—it was a worldwide phenomenon—gave me a chance to prepare myself for what this experience would be like. The outpouring of love from the fans has been overwhelming. I think the danger of getting all this attention is that you can get lost, but the focus remained with the work and delivering the best performance that I could. It’s really cool to see the devotion the fans have and to be a part of it.

RL: Let’s talk about your character. Who is Gloss in your own words? And how did you land this role?
AR: He’s a bit of a villain in the story. He came from District 1, which is the district closest to the Capitol and, in a sense, protected by the Capitol. People from District 1 were born and bred to be killers and to be survivors of this game. Gloss had won the previous Hunger Game and was invited back to participate as a
returning victor. So, he knew what he was doing.

But what’s interesting for me to find is the humanity in him. He was thrust into this game and reluctantly had to do it again. It was a world that no one really wanted to live in, but they had no choice. There’s a level of inner conflict, where he was of the people but he had the best chance of surviving, so he was going to do what he had to do to survive. There’s an interesting inner turmoil that this character faced.

How I got the role was also an interesting story. I initially auditioned for the role of Finnick. I felt a connection to this character. I understood him and I auditioned for this role for Deb Zane, who was the casting director of the movie. When I didn’t hear back from her, I did what I wouldn’t recommend other actors to do: I wrote her a letter. A couple of months later, I got a call from Deb, offering the role of Gloss. It was interesting to me how that came about.

RL: How did you approach this character?
AR: It goes back to the source material, reading the book and trying to understand his mindset and who he was in this world. The other side of it is the physicality. He is a dagger specialist and I prepared for months with the best in the industry, to train and study how Gloss would move and how he would handle his weapons. I even practiced at home. At first I didn’t know how I was ever going to pull it off. It was hard, but by the time we were shooting, I surprised myself with how good I was.

RL: What was the most exciting experience you had during the making of the film?
AR: I actually had a scene with Stanley Tucci. He’s such a legend and a brilliant actor. On top of that, he’s just a wonderful person. He’s very generous, very giving, he’s not a recluse at all and wanted to interact with his fellow actors. It was just a great experience. Working for someone of his caliber was a special experience for me, I could learn a lot from just watching him work.

RL: The upcoming TNMT film comes out next summer. What’s different about this film from the previous TNMT films?
AR: With Michael Bay directing this film, I can tell you that it’s going to reach an epic scale and live up to the expectations of the die-hard fans. I was a bit hesitant when I was offered this role. It could be really cheesy, or it could be really good. But I thought it was cool, trying to see it from a kid’s perspective, where they see us filming and think, “Wow, I’ve just seen a teenage mutant ninja turtle walk around in Manhattan. Are they real?” It is going to be so lifelike and we’re using the new technology that’s never been done before. Our goal is to bring these characters to life and make them look and feel so rich and real, that people will leave the theater thinking that these turtles could be real.

RL: From TV to blockbuster movies, how did you get into acting in the first place?
AR: I’m still trying to figure that out [laughs]. It’s been an interesting journey, my road has been one of seeing a door open and presenting opportunities that I’ve never expected. I could’ve gone to a music school anywhere in the country because I had a full music scholarship for singing. I started to go to college and I left because I didn’t feel fulfilled. I felt like I wasn’t challenged creatively. When I dropped out, I was offered a modeling contract, and it was just an opportunity that I took. I pursued it for a few years and it ended up taking me to L.A., where I saw that these models were also doing other things: commercials or auditioning for TV. Within the first three weeks, I booked three jobs. Maybe it was meant to be, and all the stars were aligned.

It was only two and a half years ago that I wanted to master the craft. It’s not good enough for me anymore to be just a working actor. I want to build a reputation for being the best in bringing a character to life. When that was decided, I started to see a change of direction in my career, where the roles I’m booking now are bigger in scale and of better quality. Without dedication to the craft, I don’t think I could have ever landed these roles.

RL: Talking about spending time well, you’re a pretty fit guy, is it just genetics or did you actually put a bit of work into it?
AR: I’d be lying if I say genetics don’t play some part of that, but at the same time, I think people take for granted how hard it is to achieve any kind of success. I do work really hard, I work out five days a week and I’m very disciplined about my regimen. I focus on cardio; it’s the foundation of my workout. The best of me is poured into that and the rest of it goes into resistance training. If anyone wants to get ripped, I recommend sprint training.

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- Nuevo video musical de Alan Ritchson para el verano "Mojito":

http://perezhilton.com/2014-06-24-exclu ... 6q-GECfvkf

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfvbCNL5t9g

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwYMtu06XgQ (Making of)


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- Serie web de Alan "Enormous Friends":

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- Alan Richson en la premiere de las "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" en el Regency Village Theater en Westwood, CA (03-08-14):

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- Videos de la "TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES" Premiere:

Alan Ritchson outside of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Premiere After Party

SEXY Megan Fox Funny Dance at Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Premiere

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Premiere Megan Fox, Will Arnett, Jordana Brewster And More



- Video oficial:

Official "Meet The Turtles" Character Featurettes (2014) [HD]


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- Alan Ritchson será estrella invitada en la S4 de "New Girl":
Jess (Zooey Deschanel) está totalmente soltera en la S4 tras su ruptura con Nick en la anterior temporada, pero puede que no dure mucho, ya que al parecer llega un superhéroe llega a "New Girl" para intentar conquistar su corazón.

Según nos informa TVLine, el 'Aquaman' de Smallville, Alan Ritchson, aparecerá en esta temporada como estrella invitada como “un chico guapo al que Jess conoce en el bar”. Aunque habrá una sorpresa, ya que nuestra protagonista pronto descubrirá que el personaje de Ritchson tiene "problemas" con el tamaño de sus partes íntimas.

El episodio se emitirá en Octubre del 2014.

Además de 'Smallville', entre los últimos trabajos de Ritchson en la TV está el del protagonista de la serie "Blue Mountain State", sus apariciones invitadas en "Hawaii Five-0", "CSI: Miami", y "90210" y, más recientemente, en las películas de"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" y las "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles".

Ritchson es el nuevo miembro del elenco estelar de estrellas invitadas que aparecerán en la cuarta temporada de "New Girl", entre los que se incluyen Jessica Biel, Reid Scott y Kaitlin Olson.

http://tvline.com/2014/08/26/new-girl-a ... all-penis/




- Alan Ritchson se une a la campaña viral contra la esclerosis lateral amiotrófica y reta a Tom Welling (#ALSIceBucketChallenge):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOnom3CD2Mg


La esclerosis lateral amiotrófica es una enfermedad neurodegenerativa progresiva que causa debilidad muscular, parálisis y finalmente fallo respiratorio.

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- ‘I Can Do That’, nuevo proyecto para Alan Ritchson:
La NBC ha ordenado seis episodios para “I Can Do That,” un show de variedades poco convencional que retará a distintos famosos a que vayan más allá de su zona de comfort haciendo una nueva actuación cada semana.

El programa, basado en un formato Israelí, será presentado por el actor Marlon Wayans. Los seis famosos regulares que está previsto que compitan son Cheryl Burke ("Dancing with the stars"), los cantantes Joe Jonas, Nicole Scherzinger y Ciara, el cómico Jeff Dye, y el actor Alan Ritchson.

Cada semana, los regulares trabajarán en pareja para hacer una actuación con la ayuda de otras estrellas invitadas que trabajan en otros campos, tales como magos, acróbatas y especialistas. Al final de los seis programas, uno de los regulares será coronado como “el artista definitivo.”

“I Can Do That” está previsto que tenga su debut en verano.

“Nuestros espectadores van a enamorarse con cómo estos artistas de nacimiento se presionan a sí mismos fuera de su zona de comfort para hacer un show espectacular cada semana,” dice Paul Telegdy, presidente de programaciópn alternativa y nocturna de la NBC.

Wayans comenta: “El elenco es increíble. Va a ser muy divertido el trabajar con gente cuyo trabajo admiro y el verlos con una luz diferente. ¿Quién no querría trabajar con Ciara, Nicole Scherzinger y Cheryl Burke? Y mi hija me dijo que si no hacía un show con un Jonas brother, que no volviera a casado.”

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(@ciara: On Set With The Crew, We Are Just Getting Started @NBCICanDoThat #ICanDoThat)

http://variety.com/2015/tv/news/nbc-giv ... 201445114/


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- Comic Book Central Podcast, Ep 61 "Alan Ritchson" (01-02-15):

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- "Blood Drive", nueva serie de SyFy para Alan Ritchson:
El antiguo 'Aquaman' de TV Alan Ritchson estará mucho más lejos de Atlantis en la serie casi-apocalíptica de Syfy "Blood Drive".

El alumno de Smallville se ha unido al elenco de la próxima serie inspirada en el cine, que se centra alrededor de el último buen policía de Los Angeles (interpretado por Ritchson) y su compañera peligrosa y mujer fatal.

El 'Arthur Bailey' de Ritchson es un antiguo oficial que se ve forzaso a unirse a la 'Blood Drive', una carrera a muerte clandestina cuyos coches andan gracias a la sangre humana.


http://tvline.com/2016/06/08/alan-ritch ... ries-syfy/


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- Phreaker Films Launches With Silicon Valley VC Cash; Alan Ritchson To Run It (deadline):

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- Alan Ritchson on ‘Titans’ Season 2, ‘Smallville’, and Why He’s Not in “Crisis on Infinite Earths” (collider):

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- Reacher | Official Trailer | Prime Video:



- Póster & Stills de la S1:

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- Reacher: Amazon Previews Alan Ritchson-Starring Lee Child Series Adapt:

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