Breaking Dawn will be 'emotional'
Taylor Lautner has promised thrills and spills in Breaking Dawn: Part One.
The 19-year-old is reprising his role as werewolf Jacob Black in the first instalment of the final chapter of the Twilight Saga, which will be released in cinemas in November.
"It's a very exciting movie, it's very emotional and dramatic, but at the same time, it's a big one. It's very up there," he said at the London premiere of his new thriller, Abduction.
"I have definitely seen it, absolutely - that's why I am talking so highly of it," he added.
While Taylor didn't admit to shedding a tear or two, he did reveal: "I wouldn't say I cried when I saw it, I was definitely holding back. But the fans will definitely be crying."
The actor, who next stars alongside Sigourney Weaver and Lily Collins in the fast-paced action adventure, said he is looking forward to doing roles other than Jacob.
"That franchise and that character mean so much to me. I mean that coming to an end is a very bittersweet feeling. But yes, absolutely, as an actor I want to be able to challenge myself to a wide variety of roles," he continued.
"Abduction couldn't be more different than Jacob and Twilight and that's one of the major reasons I was attracted to this. So, yeah it was great to try something new and I had an amazing time with it."
:: Abduction opens in cinemas on September 28.