December 17th – JTT Q&A!

We continue the countdown to Christmas with another JTT Q&A, this from a 1997 issue of Teen Beat. JTT Q&A! “I’d Love To Work With Devon & Scott Again!” The making of Wild America must have been a pretty cool experience for Jonathan Taylor Thomas. Afterall, for him to say he’d like to

December 14th – Who’s teasing JTT?

Continuing the Wild America theme. This article from the February 1997 issue of 16 Magazine, reveals the a bit of the plot, but who's actually teasing JTT? Who's teasing JTT? Uh, it’s Devon, Actually, and tormenting JTT is more like it!   HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE dropped into a pool of water, yanked

December 13th – Wild America Sneak Preview!

The September 1997 issue of teen magazine SuperStars takes a sneak preview of Wild America.  It's a Wild America Sneak Preview! Superstars scopes out Jonathan, Devon & Scott's New Flick! It's a can't lose proposition. Team up three of today's hottest young actors—Home Improvement's Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Now And Then's Devon Sawa and White Fang

December 4th – Go Wild!

Continuing 25 days of Christmas with an article from the September 1997 issue of the Australian youth magazine Dolly. This features interviews with Jonathan as well as Devon Sawa. You’ve heard the hype, now live the experience. Wild America has finally come to town. Grrrrr! Three of Hollywood’s hottest babes, stuck out in

New York Times – Wild America review

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Wild America review - The New York Times July 2nd, 1997 By Stephen Holden Child actors don't get more coyly camera-wise than Jonathan Taylor Thomas, the 15-year-old star and narrator of "Wild America," a tepid family adventure film whose grizzly bears appear only slightly more threatening than giant stuffed animals. As Marshall Stouffer, the

‘Wild America’ film gets a little outlandish

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'Wild America' film gets a little outlandish by G. Allen Johnson, OF THE EXAMINER STAFF Published 4:00 am, Wednesday, July 2, 1997 IT'S HARD to believe the Stouffer brothers would approve of "Wild America," the film retelling of how they became inspired to be among the foremost nature documentarians. But there is

‘Wild’ Hits the Road Running

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'Wild' Hits the Road Running Teen adventure has thrills, humor, depth by Peter Stack, Chronicle Staff Critic Published 4:00 am, Wednesday, July 2, 1997 Wild America: Adventure. Starring Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Devon Sawa, Scott Bairstow, Frances Fisher, Jamey Sheridan. Directed by William Dear. (PG. 107 minutes. At Bay Area theaters.) The elusive concept of "family entertainment"