• Pittsburgh 1 Of 20 Cities To Host VIP 'Abduction' Movie Premiere

    By: By: Jessica Fera , WPXI.com

    PITTSBURGH,None - Taylor Lautner fans, take note. Pittsburgh was selected as one of 20 cities across the United States to host a VIP screening event of the locally filmed movie "Abduction."

    On Sept. 15 at 9 p.m. EST, event attendees will be treated to a live stream of the Hollywood red carpet premiere on a big screen near them, followed by a sneak preview screening of the film before it hits theaters on Sept. 23.

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    Nineteen of the 20 cities have already been selected, but the final host city will be determined by Facebook fans.

    Tickets for the VIP Fan Premieres will go on sale Sept 12 at 1 p.m. EST through the VIP Fan Premiere Facebook page.

    The cost for the event is $30, and includes a ticket to the streaming of the premiere from Hollywood followed by a screening of "Abduction" before it comes out in theaters, plus a VIP Fan Pack including a Limited Edition VIP Locker Poster, Limited Edition VIP Lanyard, an "Abduction" t-shirt and an "Abduction" iPhone skin.

    The 19 announced cities are:

    Atlanta, GA Boston, MA Chicago, IL Dallas, TX Denver, CO Detroit, MI Houston, TX Las Vegas, NV Miami, FL New York, NY Orlando, FL Philadelphia, PA Phoenix, AZ Pittsburgh, PA Sacramento, CA San Diego, CA San Francisco, CA Seattle, WA Washington DC, VA

    The Pittsburgh premiere will be held at the CNK Cinemark Center in Monaca. Visit the local Facebook event page here.

    So will Lautner make a special appearance in Pittsburgh since the movie was filmed here? The "Twilight" heartthrob and his co-stars have been known to surprise fans lined up at premieres, so anything is possible, but I wouldn't count on it.

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