Relativity Halts Stretch Armstrong Production
Relativity Media has announced that the Stretch Armstrong movie, slated to come out April 11, 2014, is no longer moving forward with production, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The movie was first conceptualized as part of a Hasbro-Universal deal made in 2008. It was later sold to Relativity, and now, after hitting a "major roadblock," the project has been shelved.
Other than Battleship, all of the movies planned with Universal had their production halted, and Universal paid Hasbro a multi-million dollar fee to get out of their partnership.
Justina Huddleston graduated Magna Cum Laude from Emerson College with a BA in Writing, Literature, and Publishing in 2009. After graduating she was the on-site director of the Boston Children's Museum gift store for a year, selling educational, developmental, and creative activity toys that tied in with the museum's exhibits. Justina also interned at children's book publisher Candlewick Press before moving from Boston to Los Angeles, where she is now Editorial Director of TDmonthly Magazine
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