Taylor Lautner Wanted for More Action Films

Just when you thought Taylor Lautner had enough upcoming projects to keep him busy for a good while comes news of yet another film that two studios seem to be battling over. Though he's only really entertained die hard Twi-hards in the first two Twilight movies, Hollywood seems convinced that Taylor Lautner is the next big thing – so much so that he's already the highest paid teen actor working today. How crazy is that?

Taylor Lautner

Not only is Lautner signed on to star in two major superhero franchises – Universal's Stretch Armstrong and Paramount's Max Steel – but he'll also be starring in the action film Cancun, the Top Gun-esque fighter pilot flick Northern Lights (for which he was paid a whopping $7.5 million), and, now, according to Deadline Hollywood, he'll be headlining another action film called Abduction.
Abduction follows a teenager who's always felt disconnected from his parents, and then one day discovers some sort of secret that leads him on a crazy Bourne-esque adventure. Are his parents secret spies? Is someone out to kill him? Details are scarce right now, but we do know that at least two Hollywood studios are ready to bid on the project, which, surprisingly, is based on an actual original idea. Yup! No remake, reboot or sequel to be found here! Ain't that just grand?
So, which one of these upcoming projects looks the most exciting to you?
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