EXCLUSIVE: Abigail Breslin Could Be the Next Miley Cyrus in 'Janie Jones' Clip

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Abigail Breslin is ready to show off her musical side in her new movie 'Janie Jones' and we have an exclusive clip. Abigail Breslin is ready to show off her musical side in her new movie 'Janie Jones' and we have an exclusive clip. At the beginning of the year, Abigail told us that she loves music and was writing and recording songs with her best friend, so we're excited to see her show off the talents in the movie.

While her father's band performs a soundcheck, Janie Jones (Abigail Breslin) talks to band manager Sloan (Peter Stormare) about singing, songwriting, and Miley Cyrus in this exclusive clip provided by Tribeca Film.

'Janie Jones' opens in select theaters and nation-wide On Demand October 28, 2011.

For more information about 'Janie Jones,' visit the official Facebook page and Movie site.


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Movie Synopsis: Rocker Ethan Brand (Alessandro Nivola) and his band are on the comeback trail when a former flame (Academy Award® nominee Elisabeth Shue) drops a bomb in his lap: their 13-year-old daughter, Janie Jones (Academy Award® nominee Abigail Breslin).

Ethan refuses to believe Janie is his kid, but when her mom suddenly leaves for rehab, the child has no place to go but into the tour bus and on the road with the band. With no feel for fatherhood, Ethan continues his hard-living ways, giving Janie a crash course of the not-so-glamorous life on the road.

As Ethan's self-destructive spiral threatens the groups future, his band members desert him one by one, until he and Janie are left alone. Desperate to finish the tour and revive his career, Ethan stays on the road as a solo act with Janie in tow, where her surprising musical talents help guide him down the rocky road to redemption.

Nivola and Breslin naturally embrace their musical characters-both actually sing and perform in the film-while developing Ethan and Janie's relationship in a refined way to delicately express the emotional needs of the characters. Writer/director David M. Rosenthal, who was inspired by his own experiences, blends the musical setting with road trip movie elements that add subtle layers to the dynamic of his two main characters.

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