Anyway, it warrants mentioning here that Abduction, the new Taylor Lautner movie, (which probably actually has already been filmed?) is on here, in a 14-way tie (A 14-WAY TIE!) for seventh place. Click to enlarge:
Notice that this film is being produced by Tailor Made Entertainment. You guessed it: it's a production company founded by Lautner's father Dan, specifically geared at producing movies for Taylor Lautner. REALLY? REALLY?! YES, REALLY. We just recently discussed Incarceron; do you think one of the stipulations for Tailor Made productions is "one word titles"?
Fun Dan Lautner story: I have a friend who works for HASBRO, and Taylor Lautner and his father came to visit their offices (maybe six months ago) since Taylor will be playing Stretch Armstrong (the script for that film, if it exists, is notably absent from the Black List). My friend reported two things: that one of his female co-workers told him that if given the opportunity, she's "strip naked and fuck [Taylor Lautner] in front of everyone," and that Dan Lautner is "super fucking fat."
Anyway, give the Black List a read if you have a chance. At some point after you've read thirty or forty ridiculous premises (I mean, every premise sounds ridiculous summed up in three sentences, but still look at this:
The story of one woman's struggle for redemption as she fights to stay alive and unite with her mother and young daughter, all while staving off viscous by a ruthless army of Yakuzas who have trapped her in her apartment.
Oy gevalt) they will all start to blur together, but you'll notice things like, for instance, Abduction is not the only film in a 14-way tie for seventh place that involves confusion over a kidnapping. That's right: there are two films tied for seventh place about confusion over a kidnapping. That's enough, Black List, okay?
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