In John Singleton‘s Abduction, Taylor Lautner gets to play out a great teen fantasy: rather than being just another good-looking high-school kid with a caring family, he’s a good-looking kid who is secretly a total badass. He’s so secretly a badass that he doesn’t even know it. That is, not until his adoptive spy parents are taken out, after which he has to go on the run to find out the truth of his own secretly amazing existence.

The first trailer was all about setting up the story and positioning Taylor Lautner as a guy who can act with his shirt on. This new follow-up trailer is much more interested in proving that there is so much action in the movie that it won’t really matter if Lautner can act or not. Check it out below. Read More »

Got to hand it to Collider: they’re scouring the American Film Market scarfing up info on a ton of new films being represented there this week. The latest two are Abducted, which is the first post-Twilight film for Taylor Lautner, and ATM, which is based on a script hatched by Chris Sparling, aka the screenwriter on Buried.

Synopsis for each and an image for ATM are after the break. Read More »


Imagine Christopher Nolan released Batman films this quickly. 2010 will see not one, not two, but all three Swedish film adaptations of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy hit the big screen as a trailer has just been released for the third and film of the series, The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest starring Michael Nyqvist and Noomi Rapace. It comes on the same weekend that David Fincher, currently prepping the American remake of the first film of the trilogy The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, not only has the number one movie at the box office with The Social Network but also features the woman he cast as lead character Lisbeth Salandar, Rooney Mara. The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest will start rolling out on October 29. Hit the jump to see the trailer and more. Read More »


Tom Cruise already has his team of new and returning operatives set for the next as-of-yet-untitled Mission: Impossible movie—Jeremy Renner is his right-hand man, Paula Patton is a young female operate (can we expect a romantic entanglement of some kind? Probably), and Ving Rhames and Simon Pegg are returning to their former roles—but what good is a team of secret agents without an ambiguously European bad guy for them to take down?

Problem solved: Michael Nyqvist, the Swedish actor best known for his work as journalist Mikael Blomkvist in the Millennium trilogy (only the first two of which—The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Girl Who Played with Fire—have been released in the US) has been cast as one of the film’s lead villains. Read More »