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Taylor Lautner shows off his muscles while out and about on Saturday morning (July 29) in Malibu, Calif.

We would love to see Taylor play a super hero in a DC Comics movie!

“Always a blast at @sixflagsmagicmountain 💥🎢💥#battleformetropolis #whyarewepointing,” he captioned the pic.

Author: Scott Davis Out of all the franchises that have come along in the last decade perhaps none were as big as Lionsgate’s double whammy of Twilight and The Hunger Games, at least in terms of its fan base. None of the above are known for having an especially great sense of humor.

Based on the best-selling books, both rode the wave of the young adult sub-genre and were the stalwarts for the many Ya adaptations that followed. Fortunately, Mother Nature — and the Internet — have other ideas.