Miley Cyrus Gets Awkward at Slumber Party in 'So Undercover' Clip
Miley Cyrus goes back to her teenybopper roots in a new clip for her upcoming film "So Undercover". The former "Hannah Montana" star is seen enjoying what seems to be a slumber party with a group of other young girls. They discuss what are the things they want most in her life. While her friends gush about their dream cars, Miley sparks an awkward silence after she mentions a certain pistol that she's been dreaming to have.
Miley plays Molly Morris, who is hired by the FBI to go undercover at a college sorority. She must transform herself from a tough, streetwise private investigator to a refined, sophisticated university girl to help protect the daughter of a one-time mobster. With several suspects on her list, Molly unexpectedly discovers that not everyone is who they appear to be, including herself.
The teen-friendly movie also stars Joshua Bowman, Kelly Osbourne, Autumn Reeser, Jeremy Piven, Mike O'Malley, Alexis Knapp, Lauren McKnight, Megan Park and Eloise Mumford. Tom Vaughan serves behind the lens with Allan Loeb and Steven Pearl penning the script.
"So Undercover" was originally projected for a 2011 release before it is expected to hit the U.S. theaters later this year. Back in 2010, Miley shared that she trained a lot as preparations to take the intel role. "I've been doing fighting, like learning how to box... mostly like street fighting, so knowing how to, like, if someone comes up from behind you, being able to defend yourself. I have a trainer and I have bruises everywhere from, like, kicking the bags..., " she shared.
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