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Taylor Lautner would gladly play Patriots star in Tom Brady movie


Freshly told the story of former New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton on “Home Team” (God, ex-coach feels so weird to say there, doesn’t it), Hollywood star Taylor Lautner is set to make his next soccer movie.

Or, at least, he agreed to participate when the time comes for the New England Patriots to tell the story of Tom Brady.

Lautner spoke to FanSided on Thursday from the comfort of the Super Bowl 2022 pajama suite at SoFi Stadium presented by Courtyard by Marriott — or, as he called it, “Heaven.”

It’s also not hard to see why he was so comfortable, and he’s helping Marriott provide a one-night stay for one lucky fan (and guest), who will wake up to Super Bowl Sunday already inside. of the stadium, experiencing a similar luxury.

Actor Taylor Lautner joins Courtyard by Marriott, the official hotel of the NFL, to unveil the sequel to this year’s Super Bowl Sleepover Contest at SoFi Stadium on Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022 in Inglewood, Calif. Chad and Jennifer Vincent, the lucky winners of The Courtyard Super Bowl Sleepover Contest will be the first to wake up at Super Bowl LVI for a unique experience. (Dan Steinberg/AP Images for Courtyard by Marriott)

Taylor Lautner will play any NFL character, Saints or Patriots

Lautner is a die-hard NFL fan, professing his love for Payton, Rams OT Andrew Whitworth and his former Lions QB Matthew Stafford during our short time together.

It should be noted that he and Payton shared a prior relationship, paving the way for him to star alongside Kevin James in “Home Team,” the story of Payton’s time away from the NFL as the NFL’s offensive coordinator. sixth grade son’s football team. It also made promoting the film particularly interesting given Payton’s recent retirement, which Lautner learned about while on a plane next to his fiancée.

“I was sleeping on the plane ride…I wake up and she said, ‘Baby, Sean’s retired.’ I was, like, ‘What?!’. I saw it coming, I didn’t see it coming…as a Saints fan, I’m devastated. As Sean’s friend, I’m so excited for him and the next chapter in his life. And who knows? This might not be the last time we see him on a football pitch. We will see.”

This likely will be the end of the road for Brady, which means it’s time for TB12’s Hollywood ending to go… well, Hollywood.

And, when the time comes, Lautner will be more than happy to step in as…Tedy Bruschi, though that might take a bit of “Twilight-level” volume.

“Absolutely. It would be an honor. To be a part of the GOAT legacy in any way, I would jump at the chance.

Taylor Lautner spoke courtesy of Courtyard by Marriott, part of Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio of 30 extraordinary brands. Marriott has been the Official Hotel Partner of the NFL for more than 10 years, providing fans with unprecedented access to NFL experiences.