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Miley Cyrus and Ashley Greene's Love Rivalry Highlighted in 'LOL' Official Trailer

April 11, 2012 (7:04 am) GMT
The sneak peek shows Cyrus' Lola competing with Ashley Greene's Ashley in winning the heart of a guy in their high school.

' latest teen drama, "", has debuted its official trailer. The new promo video puts the love life of Cyrus' Lola on the spotlight. At some points, Lola is seen having a war of words with her rival Ashley as they try to win the heart of a guy in their high school. Lola's bittersweet relationship with her mother is also highlighted in the video.

In the film, Lola and her friends navigate the peer pressures of high school romance and friendship while dodging their overbearing and confused parents. As Lola gets dumped by her boyfriend, she sets her sights on his best friend Kyle. She then begins her sexual awakening and experiments with drugs.

During Lola's tribulations, her oblivious mother, Anne, struggles to move on from her divorce. However, when Anne accidentally discovers her teenage daughter's racy journal, she realizes just how wide their communication gap has grown.

A remake of the French film "Laughing Out Loud", "LOL" is helmed and written by Lisa Azuelos. Cyrus is joined by who stars as her frustrated mother Anne, who plays her rival Ashley, and who portrays her love interest Kyle.

"LOL" will make its way out into the U.S. theaters on May 4, the same day when Marvel's "" opens nationwide.



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