Relativity Puts Stretch Armstrong Back In The Toy Chest Poor old Stretch Armstrong. He’s been through the development ringer ... In its time wandering through limbo, Breck Eisner has considered making a movie based on it, and for a while there, Stretch was to be portrayed on screen by Taylor Lautner, a ... 10/13/2013 - 2:58 pm | View Link
Relativity’s ‘Stretch Armstrong’ Pic Pulled! While a big-screen blockbuster centred on cult Hasbro toy STRETCH ARMSTRONG was first announced way back in ... SAHARA and THE CRAZIES director Breck Eisner was tasked with helming the film, which was set to star the appropriately plastic TWILIGHT prop ... 10/12/2013 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Breck Eisner in Talks to Direct 'Stretch Armstrong' (Exclusive) Breck Eisner is in negotiations to direct Stretch Armstrong, the movie project based on the classic Hasbro toy and set up at Relativity. Stretch was introduced as a toy in 1976. It was different from other action figures in the sense he could be stretched ... 10/7/2012 - 12:51 pm | View Link
'Sahara's Breck Eisner in talks to direct 'Stretch Armstrong' movie Breck Eisner is in line to direct the forthcoming Stretch Armstrong movie. The director - whose credits include Sahara and The Crazies - has entered negotiations to join the project, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film is currently in development ... 07/10/2012 - 5:50 pm | View Link
"Hangover" producer Scott Budnick has decided to pursue his interest in juvenile justice reform and more socially conscious television and movies. Scott Budnick, producer of the blockbuster Hangover comedy franchise, has decided to end his 14-year association with filmmaker Todd Phillips' Green Hat Films and to pursue his interest in juvenile justice reform and more socially conscious television and movies.
The fan-organized tribute featured several cars from the Universal franchise along with a large banner where attendees could leave their well wishes and pay homage to Walker. Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies directed often-heavy traffic on Sunday as mourners, both on foot and in their vehicles, passed by the crash site where Fast & Furious actor Paul Walker, 40, and friend Roger Rodas, 38, were killed Nov.