Stretch Armstrong Movie Updates
Total Updates: 36
- changed the production status to Shutdown
- changed the status of Relativity Media to Former
- changed the US film release date from April 11, 2014 to TBA
- added a synopsis
- This original story will be a gritty actioner introducing the character of Lucas Armstrong and the life-or-death consequences he will face after undergoing a transformation granting him superhuman abilities.
- added a poster to the gallery
- added a photo to the gallery
- changed the production status to Development
- added Dean Georgaris to the credits
- changed the status of Imagine Entertainment to Former
- changed the status of Brian Grazer to Former
- added Ryan Kavanaugh to the credits
- added Tucker Tooley to the credits
- changed the US film release date from TBA 2013 to April 11, 2014
- added Relativity Media as a distributor
- changed the status of Universal Pictures to Former
- changed the status of Taylor Lautner to Former
- changed the US film release date from TBA 2012 to TBA 2013
- changed the production status to Pre-Production
- added Nicholas Stoller to the credits
- added Rob Letterman to the credits
- added Adam Cooper (Former) to the credits
- added Bill Collage (Former) to the credits
- added Taylor Lautner to the credits
- changed the film release date from April 15, 2011 to TBA 2012
Sat., Oct. 12, 2013
The long-gestating Stretch Armstrong film project has hit another major roadblock, with Relativity Media ending its involvement.
Thu., Oct. 18, 2012
Thu., Apr. 26, 2012
Relativity Media and Hasbro have tapped The Manchurian Candidate scribe Dean Georgaris to write Stretch Armstrong, which will be developed as more of a plausible, action-oriented family pic than a live-action cartoon that'd be strictly for kids.
Tue., Jan. 31, 2012
from The Wrap
Stretch Armstrong lives, but without Taylor Lautner. The big-screen adaptation of the flexible, stretchable toy will finally make its way to the big screen thanks to a new partnership between Hasbro and Relativity Media.
Mon., Oct. 18, 2010
Toy giant Hasbro and Universal Pictures could move "Stretch Armstrong," starring Taylor Lautner, from 2012 into 2013, Hasbro CEO president and CEO Brian Goldner said Monday.
Sat., Sep. 25, 2010
Wed., Apr. 21, 2010
from Entertainment Weekly
Rob Letterman, the director behind last year’s animated hit Monsters vs. Aliens, will pair with Nicholas Stoller (Forgetting Sarah Marshall), who just finished directing Get Him to the Greek.