Can you picture Jakob as a funny guy — a comedian, even? I don’t think I could given his role in Twilight and Abduction. His new role in Tracers (with Twilight producer Wyck Godfrey, due in 2014) further pushes the thought from my mind.
But we get to see if he has got what it takes to make people laugh, as it’s been announced that Taylor will have a roll in Grown Ups 2, due out in 2013. Not a lot has been said about his part, other then he’ll be playing the role of a fraternity brother with Heroes star, Milo Ventimiglia.
All of the original cast from Grown Ups will be back as well, including Adam Sandler, Salma Hayek, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider, Kevin James and David Spade. They’re filming now and are expected to finish up late this summer.
You can see pictures of Taylor, as well as the rest of the Grown Ups 2 crew, from their table read at AdamSandler.com.
What do you think? Do you think there is some humor lurking in Jakob Black?