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Taylor Lautner unveils full “Abduction” trailer

By Sean O’Connell Taylor Lautner revealed the first trailer for his upcoming thriller “Abduction,” a John Singleton film about mistaken identities that’s due out in September.

Lautenr preview the clip Wednesday night on MTV, but we’ve got it below.

In the film, Lautner plays a teenager whose world is flipped when he sees his baby picture on a missing person’s Web site.

“Inside, I feel like I’m a stranger in my own life,” his character says. I wonder if that’s how the real Lautner feels regarding his celebrity thanks to the “Twilight” saga?

The film, which co-stars Maria Bello, Sigourney Weaver, Alfred Molina and Lily Collins, starts like a “Disturbia”-inspired suburban mystery before transforming into a “Enemy of the State”-esque man-on-the-run thriller. Singleton knows what to do with a camera, and Lautner looks like a capable action lead. I like his use of werewolf leaping as he performs a little Parkour to escape from what looks like the Pittsburh Pirates baseball stadium. Fancy.

Judge for yourself. Here’s the trailer. “Abduction,” as of right now, opens in the U.S. on Sept. 23.

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