Category: Taylor Lautner
Taylor Lautner in Seventeen: 'I finished high school while filming movies. Then as soon as I was done, I enrolled in my local community college and got 12-15 credits out of the way really quickly. After that, it just got too busy,
If I get a break again, going back definitely interests me, I might be interested in studying psychology. I would totally be there for a girl friend, to give her a guy’s perspective [on relationships], which I’m sure would be completely..
..different from a girl’s perspective. So it would probably end up confusing for her anyway. Maybe it’s a good thing my girl friends haven’t asked me for too much advice.. It’s important to work through things in a relationship. You can’t just give up because you’re frustrated. It’s most important to talk things through together.
And that, for me, has been the way I’ve best resolved problems in the past. I’m a big fan of all those singing competition shows. Most recently, I’ve been into The Voice. It’s one of my secrets! And I’m definitely looking forward to The X Factor, especially because I’m a huge Simon Cowell fan. Personally, I sing for fun,
But mainly in the shower, when I’m alone. Other people definitely do not want to hear me sing. I can related to Jacob’s feelings in Breaking Dawn. When he gets the invitation to the wedding, he doesn’t handle it very well. I don’t think I would either. If I were in love with a girl and she told me she was marrying somebody..
..else, would crush me. That’s what it does. It destroys Jacob. I have a football with me a lot on set. It’s comforting to me, even if that sounds really weird. I’m always carrying a football and playing catch with the cast and crew..'
Taylor Lautner and Dwayne Johnson may star in David & Goliath, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film is described as a period action movie made with contemporary sensibilities but based on Biblical tale. Both actors command upwards of $10 million in asking prices, depending on the project.
'The story is set in motion when the fierce warrior Goliath is sent to track down a foretold king of the Israelites. Young shepherd David is thrust into an epic chase and adventure fighting for his own life, the lives of his loved ones and eventually the lives of his people. Story climaxes in a battle of literal Biblical proportions between the young man and the giant sent to destroy him.'