USA Today: More of Robert Pattinson And Taylor Lautner on 'Remember Me', 'Water for Elephants' and 'Stretch Armstrong

Remember Me: "I've never played a present-day kind of normal guy in anything. And so I was kind of interested in doing that."

Water for Elephants: "It's set int the Depression era, when circuses traveled by train and this guy runs away and jumps on a train to be a hobo and by accident, he doesnt realize it's a circus train. He becomes part of this world because he has no life to go back to and ends up falling in love with the ringmaster's wife, played by Reese Witherspoon. The ringmaster just happens to be kind of a schizophrenic as well. He's a most charismatic and terrifying person. He's Christoph Waltz from Inglourious Basterds. I did a read through yesterday with him. He was sitting right next to me. It was a little terrifying."

Taylor Lautner's reported $7.5 million payday for the upcoming action adventure Stretch Armstrong has made him the top-paid teen actor in Hollywood, but he and his Twilight co-stars don't go on shopping sprees:"We're so busy and leaving all the time, there is no sense in really buying something just say goodbye to it."

Speaking of Stretch Armstrong: "They are working on the script now. It sounds very interesting. It's really cool because there isn't a story that's given to you. It's not like a super hero in those comics and you have to do this. This is the toy and you can create whatever you want, so we are brainstorming right now and creating the back story."


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