Taking care of his press duties, Taylor Lautner was spotted at NBC Studios for an appearance on the “Today” show in New York City this morning (September 21).
The “Twilight” stud was all smiles as he arrived at Rockefeller Center to plug his new flick “Abduction,” due to hit theaters this Friday (September 23rd).
Talking with Ann Curry about the flick, Taylor was asked if he enjoyed all of the action scenes required, to which he replied, "Absolutely. It was one of my favorite parts. It was great. I had the opportunity to do most of my own stunts and it was a lot of fun making this movie."
Asked to give an example of the crazy stunts involved, Lautner dished, "We filmed a great scene in the PNC Park in Pittsburgh, the baseball stadium and I got to do some core moves and slide down that huge glass awning to the escalators. That was a lot of fun and this was probably my favorite stunt."
Miss Curry then noted that, at the young age of 19, Taylor has only spent five weeks at home over the past year - a situation in which she asked if he found enjoyable or a burden.
To this, the Jacob Black heartthrob told, "It is. I mean, this was a childhood dream if mine... to, you know, in front of the cameras but behind them as well. I mean, I love it. It's so much fun, and I never thought I would be sitting here today. I'm extremely honored and blessed and I still have to pinch myself and tell myself it's real, because it feels like a dream."