Taylor Lautner's Movie Trailer Drama

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When Twilight's Jacob gets angry, he "changes" into a wolf. When Taylor Lautner is upset, however, he files a lawsuit. 

The 18-year-old heartthrob is suing McMahon's RV of Irvine, Calif., saying the company caused him "emotional distress" and "annoyance" when it failed to deliver his $300,000 custom trailer to the set of his action movie, Abduction, by the June 21 deadline, according to TMZ.com.

Lautner claims McMahon's broke their contract with him -- and now he's seeking "unspecified damages."

Do you support Taylor's lawsuit? Let us know in the comments.

 

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  • bridge
    bridge

    oh my god get the f*ck over it. boo f*cking hoo ur special trailer didnt arrive on time, sorry for the "distress" and "annoyance" u little baby

  • sydsouth
    sydsouth

    * They better get him his shlt on time! He works so hard now a days, and don't underestimate his judgment ever, he knows whats best for him, and him only! & HE EARNED IT!! * =}

  • Mary
    Mary

    Amen to Jessica! I don't know many people that would not have taken action like Taylor did. Put yourself in his shoes! When it is your money and time, that's a different story, isn't it!

  • Jessica
    Jessica

    If anyone took the time to read the laswuit that was filed (its posted on the internet) they would know that...1. It isnt just a "trailer". It had special accomodations to allow him to use it as a dressing room as well as to train in order to stay in shape for his next role in Breaking Dawn. Filming for that starts immediately following his filming of Abduction. This makes it essential to his career. But in order to make him look bad, the media will just say that it was a "pimped out trailer", as if it had a strippper pole, jacuzzi and massage bed. 2. (and most importantly) He tried to reason with the RV company and asked only that they take into consideration the loss that he took due to the trailer not being finished and delivered on time. He asked that they just subtract that amount from the purchase price and they refused. So, he sued them. I think that he did what any normal, reasonable person would do and people are only upset because he's famous. He's not being big headed and he's not being an over demanding Hollywood star. He's a consumer just like you and I and as a consumer who happened to be paying $300,000.00 for something, he had every right to expect that the company would deliver on their promise and hold up their end of the deal. Everyone is upset because the suit used words like "emotional distress" and "annoyance" which makes him sound like a brat. But it is a lawsuit and those are the types of terms that are always used. This lawsuit was not about a self absorbed Hollywood star. It is based on principle. He got screwed by the RV company and tried to resolve it in a reasonable manner. They refused. He sued. End of story. It's just too bad that people would rather try to tear him down and make him look bad than to know the whole story and actually give him credit for attempting to resolve the matter in a reasonable manner. The RV company brought this on themselves and they are the ones that should be ripped apart in the media. Not Taylor. Hopefully his fans are intelligent enough to know who is the bad guy in this story...and in case they arent, here's a hint. Its NOT Taylor!

  • Jessica
    Jessica

    If anyone took the time to read the laswuit that was filed (its posted on the internet) they would know that...1. It isnt just a "trailer". It had special accomodations to allow him to use it as a dressing room as well as to train in order to stay in shape for his next role in Breaking Dawn. Filming for that starts immediately following his filming of Abduction. This makes it essential to his career. But in order to make him look bad, the media will just say that it was a "pimped out trailer", as if it had a strippper pole, jacuzzi and massage bed. 2. (and most importantly) He tried to reason with the RV company and asked only that they take into consideration the loss that he took due to the trailer not being finished and delivered on time. He asked that they just subtract that amount from the purchase price and they refused. So, he sued them. I think that he did what any normal, reasonable person would do and people are only upset because he's famous. He's not being big headed and he's not being an over demanding Hollywood star. He's a consumer just like you and I and as a consumer who happened to be paying $300,000.00 for something, he had every right to expect that the company would deliver on their promise and hold up their end of the deal. Everyone is upset because the suit used words like "emotional distress" and "annoyance" which makes him sound like a brat. But it is a lawsuit and those are the types of terms that are always used. This lawsuit was not about a self absorbed Hollywood star. It is based on principle. He got screwed by the RV company and tried to resolve it in a reasonable manner. They refused. He sued. End of story. It's just too bad that people would rather try to tear him down and make him look bad than to know the whole story and actually give him credit for attempting to resolve the matter in a reasonable manner. The RV company brought this on themselves and they are the ones that should be ripped apart in the media. Not Taylor. Hopefully his fans are intelligent enough to know who is the bad guy in this story...and in case they arent, here's a hint. Its NOT Taylor!

  • leyla11
    leyla11

    Work hard? Tell it to 30 something in Europe, who cannot even get married because they are exploited by the firms they slave for. Puhleeeeeeaze, it's just a trailer, a real Actor doesn't behave like that. It's definitely not classy. He's an adult now (supposed to be an adult), no excuses about his dad please.

  • lucy
    lucy

    It wasn't actually him that filed the lawsuit. It was his dad. I know Taylor's young, but I think he should start making more of his own decisions. I'm sure his dad only wants best for him, but he's 18, he's old enough to decide things for himself. I'm just guessing, but I think if it had been up to Taylor, he probably wouldn't have filed the lawsuit.

  • i totally agree with u
    i totally agree with u

    if fame has gotten to his head then look at robert pattinson because his head is about to explode. the company broke their contract and he is allowed to sue. he is working hard on his career and if the company broke their contract then they will have to pay for it. i don't see why people are so rude to him when he is obviously just trying to do what makes him happy. and he is not spoiled and the fame has not gone to his head. he never complains about his job and life like kstew and rpattz do and he is grateful for his fame. you people need to get over yourselves and stop trying to make him look like the bad guy.

  • >.
    >.

    if fame has gotten to his head then look at robert pattinson because his head is about to explode. the company broke their contract and he is allowed to sue. he is working hard on his career and if the company broke their contract then they will have to pay for it. i don't see why people are so rude to him when he is obviously just trying to do what makes him happy. and he is not spoiled and the fame has not gone to his head. he never complains about his job and life like kstew and rpattz do and he is grateful for his fame. you people need to get over yourselves and stop trying to make him look like the bad guy.

  • Natalie Preston
    Natalie Preston

    6 words : "FAME HAS GONE TO HIS HEAD!" enough said.....

  • Tim 'Coral Bungalows' Caddy
    Tim 'Coral Bungalows' Caddy

    I think he has every right to sue..and he has every right to be spoiled...he has worked extremely hard to get where he's at!!!! Extremely hard? Did you see Sharkboy and Lavagirl? /sarcasm

  • spiritay42
    spiritay42

    I think he has every right to sue..and he has every right to be spoiled...he has worked extremely hard to get where he's at!!!!

  • leyla11
    leyla11

    He need to work 10 hrs a day in a salt mine. I hate spoilt talentless brats.

  • nikks
    nikks

    ...it's just a trailer S: