Actors, film crews and their equipment dotted PNC Park today during the New York Mets versus Pittsburgh Pirates game.  Taylor Lautner and Sigourney Weaver headline the cast of the adoption thriller Abduction being directed by John Singleton and scheduled for release in 2011.  Unfortunately for the Mets the script called for the Pirates to win thus New York was prevented from sweeping it's first road series of the year against a National League foe.The Mets got their ace Johan Santana (10-8) an early lead.  In the top of the 1st Jose Reyes reached on a bunt single and moved to 2nd base on an error by Pirates catcher Ryan Doumit.  Reyes stole 3rd base then scored on a Carlos Beltran sacrifice fly to give the Mets a 1-0 lead.  Santana was good but he wasn't able to keep the Pirates scoreless.  In the bottom of the 5th ex-Met Lastings Milledge tied the game with a solo homer to center then in the bottom of the 6th the Pirates took the lead when ex-Yankee farmhand Jose Tabata hit a solo homer of his own.  Those would be the only blemishes on Santana's fine day.  He threw 109 pitches over 8 innings giving up 4 hits and 1 walk while striking out 9.  But the Abduction script called for a happy ending in Pittsburgh and thus the Mets offense could manage no more scoring against Pirates starter Zach Duke (6-12) and relievers Evan Meek and Joel Hanrahan.  Final score Pittsburgh 2, New York 1.  For Mets fans Boyz n The Hood, an earlier Singleton film, had a happier score