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Kristen Stewart's Another Side Shown in New 'Welcome to the Rileys' Pic

January 5, 2010 (6:55 am) GMT
After being featured donning a sexy costume in the previously released stills, the lead actress is pictured donning a T-shirt matched with jeans.

New image from drama film "" starring has been released. Debuted by MTV, the still features the lead actress and her co-star sitting outside what looks like a laundromat.

Unlike some of the previously released photos which capture her stripper character in sexy costume, the new picture features Stewart's Mallory as a common girl donning tattered jeans and a T-shirt. Meanwhile, Gandolfini is seen wearing a striped shirt matched with khaki pants.

"Welcome to the Rileys" revolves around Mallory, a troubled teenager who becomes a stripper. On a business trip to New Orleans, a damaged man, played by James Gandolfini, meets her. Later, he and his wife, portrayed by , try to help Mallory. The young woman, in return, unites the grieving couple who has drifted apart after the death of their daughter.

Joining Kristen Stewart, Gandolfini and Leo in the cast ensemble are David Jensen and Lance E. Nichols. Directed by Jake Scott, the indie movie is planned to be debuted during 2010 Sundance Film Festival, in which it is named as one of the films in U.S. Dramatic Competition. Argonaut Pictures plans to release the film widely in the U.S. in 2010.


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