LOL Trailer Stars Demi Moore And Miley Cyrus

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In a world connected by Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, Miley Cyrus stars as a teen girl navigating through the peer pressures of high school romance and friendship, while dodging her protective mother (Demi Moore), in Lionsgate and Mandate Pictures new trailer for this fresh coming-of-age comedy LOL.

An authentic story that perfectly captures coming of age in today’s digital world, LOL is a remake of the hugely popular 2008 French film LOL (Laughing Out Loud)®. Starting a new year of high school, Lola (Cyrus), (or “Lol,” as her friends call her), works to find the right balance between family, school, friends and romance. Broken-hearted by her ex, Lol’s world is soon turned upside down when she is surprised to find her best friend, Kyle (Douglas Booth), a musician in an up and coming rock band, could possibly be the love of her life. In her quest towards independence, self-identity and young adulthood, Lol discovers that while Facebook “status” is easy to change; true relationships are worth the effort.

LOL is directed by Lisa Azuelos, who also wrote and directed the original film. The screenplay is by Lisa Azuelos & Kamir Aïnouz, based on the film “LOL (Laughing Out Loud) ®.” Headlined by Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore, the movie features a strong ensemble cast including Ashley Greene, Golden Globe® nominated actor Thomas Jane, Jay Hernandez, Hollywood legend Marlo Thomas, Nora Dunn, Gina Gershon, Fisher Stevens and Austin Nichols.  The cast also includes Douglas Booth, Adam Sevani, George Finn and Ashley Hinshaw, along with newcomers Lina Esco and Tanz Watson. Lionsgate and Mandate Pictures present a Double Feature Films production. LOL is produced by Academy Award®-nominated Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher of Double Feature Films (Erin Brockovich, Best Picture, 2000) and Tish Cyrus (The Last Song). Executive producers are Nathan Kahane, Jerome Seydoux, Romain Le Grand and Lisa Azuelos, with Mandate Pictures’ Nicole Brown and Kelli Konop, Double Feature Films’ Taylor Latham, and James Powers co-producing. LOL is a Lisa Azuelos film.

LOL will be in select theaters May 4, 2012.

Rated PG-13 for mature thematic content involving teen sexuality and drug and alcohol use, and for language

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