It seems that teen heartthrob Taylor Lautner just keeps stacking up projects left and right and his latest has studios battling for the right to make it. Deadline Hollywood Daily is reporting that a brand new spec script from Shawn Christensen entitled Abduction, which Lautner is attached to, has sparked a bidding war between two unnamed studios.

The site reports that the script just hit the market last night and two studios are interested in the project, which will go to a bidding auction this morning. The film centers around Lautner's character, a teen who figures out why he's so disillusioned with his parents, which sets off a violent chain of events.

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Lautner has recently signed on for the lead roles in Stretch Armstrong, Max Steel and Northern Lights, which will be directed by John Moore.