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It's not even the responsibility of the memory of Murph being part of the SEAL community—this is a torch I have for the rest of my life. He's like, "You gotta meet this gal; she's ridiculous active." She's a yoga instructor now, but she wasn't when we met. I feel like male actors don't often discuss this, but does it ever get almost boring, or do you ever feel objectified if women respond this way?How often in this gig do we get to have that, and want it? I mean, it's a good problem to have, but is there ever a point where it's like, be careful what you wish for? I mean, I'm never going to be like, "Oh, this attention from women sucks." It's flattering 99 percent of the time. A., there was a young woman, beautiful, mid- to late-twenties, and you're pretty crushed after this movie, it hits you hard, and I was talking to a guy who had served. That's the one shitty experience out of it, but it's still flattering.
(To my awestruck friend and other aspirants: he's single—but read on for how not to approach him.)TEDDY WAYNE: I didn't really know the story behind .What, other than Peter Berg's involvement, drew you to it?TAYLOR KITSCH: There's not a day that goes by that you don't think about it, really.[Marcus] Luttrell's become a great friend of mine now, and I was talking to him about it. WAYNE: I don't want to embarrass you, but I told a female friend I was interviewing you, and she was momentarily stunned.Kitsch plays Lieutenant Michael Murphy, one of four SEALs drastically outnumbered by Taliban forces.The protracted gunfight at the center of the movie is unsparing, graphic, and hyper-realistic, but surrounds it with moments of unsentimental tenderness among its band of brothers.
Lest you think Kitsch is only interested in stoic roles as athletes and soldiers (he was also a Civil War veteran transported to Mars in 2012's , which he's planning to adapt into a feature.
I sat down with Kitsch to talk about the movie, his time spent sleeping on subways in New York and in his car in Los Angeles, and, inevitably, how he reacts to his female admirers.
Kitsch's rugged looks—he's a former model and junior hockey player—and world-weary onscreen demeanor often have this effect on women; another friend referred to him as a "classic hunk." But the 32-year-old British Columbia native possesses a surprising absence of vanity.
Kitsch bought a home in Austin while filming and still lives there, ducking the Hollywood spotlight as much as possible.
When I met up with him in New York, he wore a T-shirt and jeans to a luxury hotel lounge and asked if I was planning to "get some grub." He's remarkably grounded, with a ready laugh and a tendency to pepper his speech with the word , 2012).
Based on former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell's nonfiction book, the film, which co-stars Mark Wahlberg, Eric Bana, Emile Hirsch, Ben Foster, and Alexander Ludwig—depicts a botched 2005 mission in Afghanistan.