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  1. The New A-List: What Went Wrong With Taylor Lautner's Career

    9:00 am 3/25/2015

    The 'Twilight' star reportedly commanded $7.5 million per film at one point, but the offers dried up after 2011's 'Abduction.'Read more

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  2. 'Tracers' Trailer 2

    4:01 pm 3/13/2015

    When a bike messenger (Taylor Lautner) joins a group of New York City parkour artists, he finds himself in over his head in a world of crime.Read more

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  3. iTunes in March: 'The Imitation Game,' 'Wild,' 'The Last Man on Earth' and More

    11:59 am 2/28/2015

    Apple's store is also offering Adam Sandler's latest 'The Cobbler' and Ethan Hawke's 'Cymbeline' and free episodes of big March series premieres, including ABC's 'Secrets and Lies' and 'American Crime,' CBS' 'Battle Creek' and TV Land's 'Younger.'Read more

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  4. 'Tracers': Film Review

    9:00 am 2/25/2015

    Taylor Lautner stars in this parkour-themed action thriller Read more

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  5. 'Tracers' Sneak Peek: Watch Taylor Lautner Do Parkour in a Shipyard

    10:32 am 2/18/2015

    Try and keep up, Lautner.Read more

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  6. Irena Medavoy Reveals Her Jam-Packed, L.A. Staycation Itinerary

    1:00 pm 1/10/2015

    Over the holidays, the philanthropist wife of A-list film producer Mike Medavoy partied with Anjelica Huston, dined in Wolfgang Puck's kitchen and witnessed Neil Patrick Harris' Jim Morrison rendition — and that's just for startersRead more

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  7. Taylor Lautner: The Next Babe Ruth?

    3:00 pm 10/26/2014

    The 'Twilight' alum has been playing on a Comedy Central softball team, hitting a home run in a September win Read more

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  8. Toronto: Saban Films Takes Taylor Lautner Starrer 'Tracers'

    9:09 am 9/5/2014

    The action thriller features the "Twilight" star as a high-speed bicycle messengerRead more

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  9. Taylor Lautner: U.K. TV Writers Get Away With More Than‎ U.S. Scribes

    2:44 am 8/5/2014

    The "Twilight" star, appearing in the upcoming second season of BBC sitcom "Cuckoo," talks about swearing on TV, shooting a scene in moving traffic and why his part in the comedy is unlike his past roles.Read more

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