Taylor Lautner's latest leading lady is a new face with a name that may be familiar to fans of 1980s pop-rock music. Lily Collins -- the daughter of hit-maker Phil Collins -- will star with Lautner in the upcoming thriller "Abduction."
Collins may not be very well-known to the legions of "Twilight" fans more accustomed to seeing Lautner alongside Kristen Stewart, but she may ring a bell for fans of Sandra Bullock's last film: 21-year-old Lily made her silver screen debut last year as the daughter of Bullock's character in "The Blind Side." Prior to that, Lily's work found her in two episodes of "90210" and as a host for Nickelodeon's "Kids Pick the President" in 2008.
In "Abduction," Collins will play the girlfriend who aids Lautner's search for his real parents after discovering his baby picture on a missing persons website.
Lautner and Collins will begin work on the dramatic thriller once reshoots for "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" wrap. (Even though the film hits theaters June 30, Twi-hards need not fret -- last-minute reshoots are a normal part of the filmmaking process, and a rep from Summit assures fans none of the film's vital scenes need any work.)
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