Stretch Armstrong News
comingsoon.net – News broke last month that Relativity Media and Hasbro would no longer be teaming up for a Stretch Armstrong movie. Their deal was announced two years ago, but if you remember, an even earlier deal had Universal Pictures teaming with Hasbro to make a movie that would star Taylor Lautner. 1 year 41 weeks ago via brucelee
6:18 PM 10/15/2013 by Binh Ngo
A live-action movie based on a long-forgotten toy is perhaps not the brightest of ideas, and Relativity has finally realized that as well. The studio announces the death of the project via a press release below (via The Hollywood Reporter).
feedproxy.google.com – Last summer, Relativity Media announced The Crazies director Breck Eisner was negotiating to direct Stretch Armstrong, a film based on the toy which first appeared in 1976. The project has been developing at Relativity after the property fell away from Universal, which once attached Taylor Lautner to lead it. 1 year 46 weeks ago via theothersenhman
comingsoon.net – Relativity Media has closed a deal with Breck Eisner ( The Crazies , Sahara ) to direct its upcoming live-action film based on Stretch Armstrong , it was announced today by Relativitys President, Tucker Tooley. Relativity partnered with global branded play company Hasbro, Inc. to develop and produce the film which is targeted for an April 11, 2014 release date. 3 years 6 weeks ago via brucelee
Comic-Con: Hasbro Studios Head Stephen Davis Talks the Brony Movement, TRANSFORMERS, STRETCH ARMSTRONG, BATTLESHIP and More
collider.com – Recently I got to sit down with Hasbros Studios president Stephen Davis at Comic-Con to discuss the future of Hasbro’s various television and film projects. Though many are quick to deride the current trend of turning action figures, board games and other non-narrative cultural detritus into blockbuster cinema, I don’t see why it’s inherently bad. 3 years 7 weeks ago via donnieyen
Posted April 23rd, 2012 by Binh Ngo
Dean Georgaris is writing the script for the movie which is described as an action-adventure aimed at the whole family.
Brand-Over? Universal Reportedly Paid Huge Multi-Million Dollar Penalty To Get Out Of Deal With Hasbro
fb.indiewire.com – In 2008, soon after the success of Hasbro's "Transformers" with Paramount, Universal signed a deal with the toy giant for a six-year partnership for as many as seven properties (with a minimum of four), with projects including Ridley Scott's "Monopoly," "Stretch Armstrong" to star Taylor Lautner, "Clue" from director Gore Verbinski, and "Ouija," which landed McG at the helm, among those in development. 3 years 29 weeks ago via jetli