Social media is ubiquitous in this day and age, which allows us to stay connected more easily than ever before while making privacy a thing of the past. In the remake of a 2008 French film of the same name, LOL looks at how social media impacts adolescence in this coming-of-age film. Starring Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore as a daughter and mother on separate sides of a technology gap, the crux of the story falls on Moore’s character “accidentally” reading her daughter’s racy journal. LOL also stars Ashley Greene, Thomas Jane and Douglas Booth and will open in limited release on May 4th. Hit the jump to see the images.
Our AFM coverage continues with the first look at Miley Cyrus’ upcoming coming-of-age comedy, LOL. The remake of the 2008 French film tells the story of a mother (Demi Moore), who discovers just how wide the communication gap has grown between her and her daughter (Miley Cyrus) after she accidently reads her racy journal. Lisa Azuelos, who wrote and directed the original film, has remade her own film for English speaking audiences. The film also co-stars Ashley Greene, Thomas Jane, Adam G. Sevani, Jay Hernandez, and Gina Gershon. You can hit the jump to check out the images and the official synopsis:
UPDATE: We’ve been asked by the studio to remove the images. Sorry if you missed them.
We have two quick pieces of casting news for you this morning. First up, the incredibly sexy Ashley Greene (The Twilight Saga) has signed on to co-star in the Miley Cyrus comedy LOL along with Thomas Jane (Hung). According to THR, “The story centers on a teenage girl (Cyrus) who is dumped by her more sexually experienced boyfriend (George Finn) while her divorcee mother (Demi Moore) struggles to move on with her life.” Greene will play “a high school bad girl” (nice) and Jane will play Cyrus’ father. The film also stars Ashley Hinshaw (Gossip Girl) as Cyrus’ best friend.
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