Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Life After Twilight: What Taylor has on his Horizon

New Moon is sure to be a breakout role for young heartthrob if the attention his newly transformed body has garnered is any indication. And even all the buzz surrounding New Moon cannot eclipse his star's rise (ha ha). He was seen meeting with producer/writer/director and all around Hollywood hit maker Gary Marshall.

According to the New York Post, Marshall currently has three projects in the works that Taylor has a shot at:

Potential Film #1: "Valentine's Day"
I first talked about this upcoming big screen ensemble mid-May and think this is the most likely option. It's an ensemble rom-com starring Julia Roberts, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Alba, Jessica Biel, Jennifer Garner, Bradley Cooper and Ashton Kutcher. I'm assuming Taylor is in talks to play Anne's mail room assistant boyfriend since she's the most age-appropriate on-screen lovah.

Potential Film #2: "Dear Eleanor"
The story of two 14-year-old girls who travel across American during the '60s amid the Cuban Missile Crisis. Abagail Breslin might play Max the Wax, one of the leading ladies, who finds herself crossing paths with a variety of colorful characters. Taylor could play one of the vaudeville performers, or any other assorted potential love interest for either of the ladies.

Potential Film #3: "There Goes the Neighborhood"
A dark comedy about a run-of-the-mill couple who learn their apple pie neighbor and his kids are a little too friendly and find themselves forced to defend their house with their lives. Taylor could play one of the creepy kids, whose smiley exterior masks a much more insidious agenda. The riskiest role of the three, but the gamble could pay off in a big way if it shows Hollywood he's more than a pretty face.

I am so happy to see Taylor getting the recognition he deserves from his role; his dedication and persistence are admirable and quite rare in today's young Hollywood.


  1. I like #1 the most.
    Good Luck Taylor!

  2. I like 'Valentine's Day' and I think 'There Goes the Neighborhood' could prove to be a great challenge for Taylor.