“Finally, one studio seems to have realized that no one really wants to pay $30 to watch a movie on-demand, even if it is available a couple of months after being released in theaters. Lionsgate may be planning to offer Abduction, a thriller starring Twilight wolfboy Taylor Lautner, on VoD three months after theater release for just $6.99, if rumors are true. That’s a move that might change the whole VoD game one more time.”
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The article goes on to give a really good history of VOD and why this decision, largely backed on Taylor Lautner’s star power, may be ground breaking.
Taylor Lautner stars in the upcoming movie Abduction. The film co-stars Lily Collins, Jason Issacs, and Sigorney Weaver just to name a few (pretty impressive). We are giving away a full sized posted that Taylor signed for us at Comic Con. Just tell us what part of the abduction trailer ( see under the cut) you like the best and we’ll pick a random winner on Friday, August 12th at 11:59pm est. [Read more...]
This just in from the people at Lionsgate, the company behind his new movie Abduction:
Hope you are all doing well! We are just about to announce that Taylor Lautner will be signing Abduction posters at the Lionsgate booth (#3729) on Thursday!
UPDATED: Taylor will not be signing posters at the actual booth, but in a seperate room. New details below:
Fans will be able to pick up tickets for the signing at the Lionsgate booth (#3729) at 10am Thursday. Tickets are limited so it’s a first come first serve basis.
Taylor will actually be signing the posters at 5pm in room 28c. Fans will need to bring their tickets to the signing.
Tickets (wristbands) will be given out at the Lionsgate booth at 10 thursday morning, with the signing actually to take place later in the day. Tickets are limited though, so it’s a first come first serve basis.
Direct people to the Abduction facebook page for more details which we will be posting today and tomorrow http://www.facebook.com/
MTV debuted the trailer for Taylor Lautner’s new film Abduction. In the film, Taylor plays Nathan, a teen who finds his baby photo on a missing children’s website. This sets off a chain of events that turns Nathan’s life upside down. To quote MTV: “We’re not exaggerating when we say you’ve never seen Taylor Lautner like this — leading man, action hero, devoid of any supernatural powers.”
Read the whole story at MTV.