Lionsgate is set to release Taylor Lautner’s Abduction to Video on Demand for two weeks (December 22 through January 4) this holiday season before the film makes its way to DVD and Blu-ray on January 17th.
The film will be available in all cable and digital Video on Demand and Pay Per View platforms.
Directed by John Singleton (2 Fast 2 Furious) and written by Shawn Christensen, the thriller also stars Lily Collins (upcoming Mirror, Mirror), Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2), Jason Isaacs (the Harry Potter series), Maria Bello (TV’s “Prime Suspect”) and Sigourney Weaver (Avatar).
The film is a fast-paced ride as Nathan (Lautner) searches for the truth about his identity. For as long as he can remember, Nathan has had an unsettling feeling about his life. His feeling is confirmed when he stumbles upon a photograph of him as a child on a missing persons website. Just as he begins to uncover the truth about his identity, he finds himself having to run for his life.
Blu-ray and DVD special features include:
“Abduction Chronicle” – On-Camera Production Journal with Taylor Lautner
“Initiation of an Action Hero: Taylor’s Amazing Stunts” featurette
“The Fight For The Truth: Making Abduction” featurette
“Pulled Punches” Gag Reel
Abduction Application: Blu-ray Enhanced Viewing Mode – An in-depth original and personal look at the film with the cast and crew (Blu-ray Exclusive Feature)
Abduction comes to Video on Demand for the holidays
Friday, Dec 9, 2011