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Taylor Lautner's 'Abduction' Debuts Teaser Trailer

April 14, 2011 (2:26 am) GMT
The preview sees Lautner's character undergoing a chain of violent events, including watching his parents shot to death.

Lionsgate Films has just released the first teaser trailer for "". The video, released via MTV, follows who feels there is something wrong with his parents. Later, he experiences a series of violence, including watching his parents shot to death.

The drama thriller tells a story about Lautner's Nathan Harper who feels disillusioned with his parents. Later, he finds out that the people he used to call them "Mother" and "Father" are not actually his parents, after he sees his baby photo on a missing persons website. As he goes searching for his true identity, he faces another fact that people are gunning for him.

In the upcoming film, stars as Karen Lowell, Nathan's love interest. Meanwhile, plays Dr. Bennett, takes the role of Mara, and plays Frank Burton. Other stars supporting the movie are the likes of , Elisabeth Rohm, and Denzel Whitaker.

Directed by John Singleton, the movie has Jeffrey Nachmanoff and Shawn Christensen team up to pen the script. At the same time, Doug Davison, Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Taylor Lautner, Roy Lee, and Lee Stollman serve as the producers. The film will hit theaters across the nation on September 23.



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