Taylor Lautner Looks GQ At Abduction Premiere

By Radar Staff

Taylor Lautner cut a dashing figure as he walked the red carpet Thursday night at the legendary Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles for the premiere of his new move, Abduction, and RadarOnline.com has the pics.

The 19-year-old hunk looked like he was ready for the cover of GQ magazine and appeared to reveling in his leading man role.

He wore a perfectly tailored dark blue designer suit, with a white shirt and matching tie.

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The Twilight star must have taken some tips from Tom Cruise as he spent ages taking pictures and signing autographs for the delighted fans. But rather than show off his relationship with his co-star and new love Lily Collins, the couple posed separately for the cameras.

The daughter of British pop star Phil Collins looked very reminiscent of a young Audrey Hepburn and had her hair styled very similar to the
Hollywood icon and had the same porcelain skin and swipe of red lipstick.

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But Taylor and Lily were not the only stars at the Los Angeles screening.

Justin Bieber and his main squeeze Selena Gomez also wowed the crowds when they turned up to the event and came perilously close to upstaging the stars of the film.

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Other celebrities that were in attendance included stars of the film Denzel Whitaker, Elisabeth Rohm, Jason Isaacs and Sigourney Weaver.

The movie, directed by John Singleton, is about a young man who has always felt like he was living someone else’s life.

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His fears are realized when he finds out that his parents are not his real family after he sees as an image of himself as a little boy on a missing persons website.


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