joblo.com In the last few days, Joe Carnahan has taken to Twitter to promote his film STRETCH which was dropped from Sony's release calendar earlier this year. Now, with several clips and images flooding online, we have a look at the gag reel for the film. Featuring a lot of scenes with Patrick Wilson and Chris Pine, STRETCH looks like a batshit fun time at the movies.
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Stretch Synopsis and Credits

Patrick Wilson (Insidious), Ed Helms (The Hangover trilogy), Chris Pine (Star Trek Into Darkness) and Brooklyn Decker (What to Expect When You’re Expecting) star in Universal Pictures’ STRETCH, an action-comedy in which all hell breaks out over the streets of L.A. during one twisted night for one desperate driver. When a limo driver (Wilson) discovers that he only has one shift left to pay off a big debt, he goes from worried to hell-with-it-all daring. When the chauffer picks up a reclusive billionaire (Pine) with some deviant appetites, he vows to fulfill the guy’s every request, no matter how weird, to score the big tip that could settle his score. But as the night grows stranger and the driver is pushed into some very dangerous encounters, he worries that the freak in his back seat might just be his final fare. Jason Blum (The Purge, Insidious, Paranormal Activity franchises) produces the micro-budgeted STRETCH for Blumhouse Productions alongside the film’s writer/director, Joe Carnahan (The Grey, Smokin’ Aces), and Tracy Falco (Blow). STRETCH will be released on March 21, 2014.

"Stretch" stars Brooklyn Decker, Chris Pine, Ed Helms, and Patrick Wilson.

Directed by Joe Carnahan.
Written by Joe Carnahan and Tracy Falco.
Produced by Jason Blum.
Production company/distributor: Universal Pictures.

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