Nov 07, 2016 05:36 AM EST

Taylor Lautner Admits His A Wuss? 'Twilight Star' Treats Family To Watch 'Run The Tide' Trailer

By Paula

'Scream Queens' actor Taylor Lautner easily gets scared, report claims.

Lautner explained that he can be easily startled, even though he love horror movies and finds the genre cool. This is ironic considering that he is part of "Scream Queens", a horror-comedy series from Fox.

He also shared the difference between working on a movie and a television show. He explained that the schedule is mapped out in a film, which is different in filming a television series that changes all the time, Just Jared reported.

Lautner is currently playing as Dr. Cassidy Cascade in "Scream Queens". He is a doctor suffering from a strange medical condition.

He will be a suspect when a series of tragic events plagued the hospital that the protagonists are in. He is joined by John Stamos, who will play Brock Holt, a brilliant and secretive head surgeon.

It has been previously reported that the executives will be casting hot males for the role to play hospital doctors. Emma Roberts, who plays Chanel Oberin on the show, joked that the casting hot doctors is what the show needs.

Aside from "Scream Queens," Lautner can be seen in cinemas with his new movie "Run the Tide". Yahoo Movies reported that this is a mature role for the actor.

They reported that Lautner has been living a relatively low profile. He has been appearing in supporting roles in Adam Sandler movies such as the Grown Ups 2 and The Ridiculous Six.

In this film, he plays a young man who's raising his younger brother after his mother becomes convicted with drug charges. Her mother was pardoned from jail and tried to rebuild his family.

Reymund, Lautner's character, decided to kidnap his brother and off into the California coasts. His parents then pursuit them, in the process tried to mend their broken relationship.

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