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Hasbro’s Stretch Armstrong Heads to Netflix
An animated series based on the classic stretching action figure will debut in 2017 on the streaming service.
COMIC REEL: Hopkins on “Thor: The Dark World”; Howard on “Iron Man” Exit
Anthony Hopkins discusses the future of his character in the "Thor" franchise; Terrence Howard reveals details behind his "Iron Man" exit & more.
‘Stretch Armstrong’ Animatics Feature Super-Powered Action
Animated storyboards from Universal's abandoned Stretch Armstrong movie, starring Taylor Lautner, have found their way online.
‘Stretch Armstrong’ Film Thrown Back Into Toy Chest
Relativity Media announced that Hasbro has "some new ideas" for a Stretch Armstrong adaptation, but the studio is going to focus on other projects.
Dark Knight Rises, Man of Steel, Hulk: July 20th Comic Reel
12 die and 50 wounded during a midnight "Dark Knight Rises" screening in Colorado, two new "Man of Steel" trailers leak and Guillermo Del Toro teases the "Hulk" TV series. Plus, "Stretch Armstrong" and more.
The Crazies Director Playing With Stretch Armstrong
Breck Eisner, director of the 2010 remake of The Crazies, is in talks to turn Hasbro's Stretch Armstrong into a big screen hero for Relativity Media.
The Avengers, Brave, Amazing Spider-Man: April 24th Comic Reel
Clark Gregg reveals a new "Avengers" clip! The newest "Brave" trailer hits the web! Paul Feig contributes to the "Amazing Spider-Man" script! Plus, "Iron Man 3" casting news and more!
Relativity Grabs Stretch Armstrong, Without Taylor Lautner as Lead
After Universal Pictures dropped plans for a Stretch Armstrong movie, Relativity Media has swooped in to strike a new deal with Hasbro. However, Taylor Lautner is no longer attached to star.
Hasbro in Talks for Transformers 4, Still Channeling Ouija Movie
Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner discusses a potential fourth Transformers movie as well as films based on Hasbro properties like Ouija, Candyland and Micronauts!
Original Material? Be Careful What You Ask For, Hollywood
So, it appears that Hollywood has finally realized that there's only so many old toys, cartoon shows and comic books worth making into movies (And somewhere, Marvel and DC are aggressively disagreeing with that last one, I'm sure), and is looking for the movie machine to start churning out original material. Which raises the question: Is anyone really ready for that?
Armstrong Stretches Into A Weird Kind Of Blockbuster
The movie version of Stretch Armstrong now has a writer and director to accompany its leading man - and now we can guess what kind of movie it'll be.