Netflix and Hasbro have unveiled the teaser for their upcoming animated series Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters.
The newly announced Stretch Armstrong comic book series from IDW Publishing will complement the upcoming Netflix show.
Hasbro and Netflix have joined forces to revive the toymaker's classic stretchable action figure as Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters.
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Animated storyboards from Universal's abandoned Stretch Armstrong movie, starring Taylor Lautner, have found their way online.
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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 CEO Brian Goldner discusses a potential fourth Transformers movie as well as films based on Hasbro properties like Ouija, Candyland and Micronauts!
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?
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.