Evan Peters has risen to prominence as an actor in the dramatic horror television series "American Horror Story" but some entertainment observers feel that this talented actor might have his sights set on becoming a full-time big screen feature actor and his schedule suggests that he is ready for such a move.
In 2015 he will appear on the small screen in the television show the "American Horror Story" and on movie screens throughout the United States in three movies, "The Lazarus Effect", "Safelight" and "Elvis & Nixon" which means he will be very likely be rewarding fans with his constant presence on the red carpet and that he is planning to make some big changes in his career.
When an actor who is a regular on a popular and hit television series makes the time to complete one movie during their 'break' the accomplishment generally attracts the interest of film insiders because it means the performer is likely a very motivated individual.
As one entertainment observer noted, an actor on a television series can at times be on set for twelve to eighteen hours for a series that could film for six to nine moths a year so to film a movie that individual must use their 'break/vacation time' to work and that is something only the most motivated actor will even consider because things like 'quality time' with a girlfriend or holidays literally is put on the back burner.
As such, when a talented young actor such as Evan Peters makes the time to film three movies during his breaks from his very popular and succesful television series that is a sign that this actor is 'extremely motivated' to prove himself because he is literally acting year-round with little time available for rest and relaxation. Such an impressive work schedule 'will almost never' escape the attention of filmmakers or entertainment insiders because it is so worthy of praise, especially when such a schedule is that of a young actor.
Interestingly, despite his hectic film schedule he is showing no signs of slowing down as he is currently filming the role of Dwight Chapin in "Elvis & Nixon" and will follow this with the role of Peter/Quicksilver in "X-Men: Apocalypse" and thus has some film insiders thinking a permanent move from the small screen to the big screen might soon be occurring because his schedule is one that very few actors can maintain over an extended period of time.
Evan Peters is shrewdly not broadcasting his goals to the world that he is getting ready to make the move from small screen star to big screen movie actor on a full-time basis but his acting schedule is saying it loudly and with the 'meaty' roles he is receiving it is very possible that this move might take place in the near future and if it does, one question that will likely not be answered is whether he can handle the demands of filming with a limited time schedule.