Taylor Lautner is unable to headline the Stretch Armstrong project
Twilight star Taylor Lautner thought that he had his schedule perfectly rearranged to fit in the Stretch Armstrong movie, but the 19-year-old is having problems with his scheduling that will knock him out of the film.
Finally, Stretch Armstrong will be making it to the big-screen due to the latest partnership between Relativity Media and Hasbro.
However, Lautner is currently unable to headline the film due to conflicts with his hectic schedule; there will soon be an announcement about who the new cast will include.
Lautner has been unsuccessful in launching his post “Twilight” acting career; his last movie was a huge disappointment in the box offices. The movie, “Abduction,” grossed $82 million worldwide yet, its budget was $35 million.
The next movies Taylor will appear in are “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2” and “Incarceron.”
The young actor would have made $7.5 million for his part in the 2012 film “Stretch Armstrong,” but it is impossible to do it all. Taylor has to be bummed about this conflict as he dropped out of both “Max Steel” and “Northern Lights,” just to have time for the film.
In addition to acting, he enjoys modeling and being a martial artist.