Incarceron tells the story of a young boy who lives in a prison that is a complete society; outside the prison, the world is stuck in the 17th century and run by computers. The boy comes into contact with the warden's daughter, who lives in her own sort of jail, and they find a key that can change everything.
The Twilight and Harry Potter universes may soon collide, as Emma Watson is reportedly the front-runner for Taylor Lautner's upcoming sci-fi thriller Incarceron. Also being considered for the role of Lautner's love interest are Blake Lively, who seems a little too old for Taylor, and Jennifer Lawrence, who will certainly give Watson a run for her money.
Lautner is producing Incarceron for Fox 2000, and will star as a young man living in a brutal, futuristic prison society. Adam Cooper and Bill Collage are adapting the screenplay from Catherine Fisher's best-selling novel of the same name.Read More
Deadline reports that Taylor Lautner has locked up yet another project with Fox 2000's Incarceron.
We first reported on the futuristic sci-fi adventure back in March, when Fox 2000 acquired the rights to Catherine Fisher's novel. Taylor Lautner will play Finn, a young lifelong resident of Incarceron, which is a fully self-contained prison society. Finn meets the daughter of the Incarceron warden, who is housed in her own prison which resembles the 17th Century. When they find a mysterious key, and learn about the only man to ever escape the prison, they hatch their own plan to escape.Read More