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Taylor Lautner Interview

Extreme martial artist, Taylor Lautner, stopped by to chat with Sindy about his new 3-D flick, The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl. Check it out! Back to Article

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-08-13 14:47:58 -0700

he's awesome

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Changed;
Changed; wrote:
2012-11-02 19:34:06 -0700

I love himmmm. ♥

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purplesing
purplesing wrote:
2012-06-26 14:02:08 -0700

I do not like Him

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nelsupreme
nelsupreme wrote:
2012-04-17 16:51:50 -0700

my nigg sexi

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angelkake99
angelkake99 wrote:
2012-04-17 16:43:49 -0700

IM IN LOVE WITH HIM N HIS ABBs

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DogGirl1029
DogGirl1029 wrote:
2012-04-16 17:31:25 -0700

Love. he made love as it is now!

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 - Kennedy xD
- Kennedy xD wrote:
2011-11-12 12:44:06 -0800

ohhhhhh the abbs ! hott !

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Raelynn
Raelynn wrote:
2011-11-12 09:54:57 -0800

Hes cute !! Lol i love him !! ILY Taylor !! ; D

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CookieDevil
CookieDevil wrote:
2011-09-23 08:44:20 -0700

Great interview! Big Grin

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gabylove21
gabylove21 wrote:
2011-09-21 12:46:49 -0700

i met taylor lautner at a martal art compatision hes really cool and fun i love him

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M0d3l B3h@vi0r_1523690
M0d3l B3h@vi0r_1523690 wrote:
2010-06-23 02:48:00 -0700

I loved Taylor when i saw him in Sharkboy and Lavagirl... and I loved him when I saw him in Twilight and New Moon. Then when i figured out they were the same person, I started FREAKING OUT!! He is sooo cute! Big Grin

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Will You Watch Taylor's New Flick?

  • Yep, I'm already waiting in line for tickets!
  • Definitely. I'm a huge action movie fan.
  • It looks really cheesy, but I'd like to see Taylor Lautner in action!
  • No way - are ya kidding me??

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