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'Hannah Montana' Starts Production, Cast Unveiled

May 23, 2008 (6:46 am) GMT
Walt Disney Pictures let out announcement that 'Hannah Montana: The Movie' has kicked off its production and will be filming in Tennessee as well as in Los Angeles.

The singing sensation Hannah Montana is indeed coming home to Tennessee like what has said earlier. On Thursday, May 22, Walt Disney Pictures announced that the movie production of the hit television series "Hannah Montana" has already begun. The filming that is now underway is taking places in and around Nashville, Tennessee and Los Angeles.

Adding to the good news sent, the mouse house also let out the list of cast ensemble to be featured in the movie. Coming to the big screen reprising their small screen roles are as the titular character, as Robby Stewart, as Jackson Stewart, as Hannah's best friend Lilly Truscott, as Hannah's friend Oliver Oken and as Rico. Aside from the original cast, the film will also see other stars, including , , and Margo Martindale.

Set to be released in spring of 2009, "" featured Cyrus as the teenager living a double life, an ordinary teenager Miley Stewart and a teen pop superstar Hannah Montana. Though in the series Miley seems to be doing fine with her complicated life, in the movie, it will be told that the popularity of Hannah is taking a toll on her life. Hence, to find out what is really important in her life, Miley heads back to her old hometown of Crowley Corners.

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