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Rock and Roll at The Sundance Film Festival Twenty-Ten January 22, 2010

The Sundance Film Festival started yesterday in Park City Utah and runs through January 31, 2010.  One of the films premiering at the festival and catching a lot of buzz is the rock biopic “The Runaways.”  You remember The Runaways–1970’s all-girl teenage rock band, known as “jailbait rock” because Joan Jett, Sandy West, Lita Ford, and Cherie Currie were underage when they started the band.

Starring Kristen Stewart (“Twilight”) as Joan Jett, and Dakota Fanning (“I Am Sam”) as Cherie Currie, the film will have its world premiere at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival on January 24th, and will open in wide release on March 19, 2010.

Check out the entire Sundance Festival Schedule here:



3 Responses to “Rock and Roll at The Sundance Film Festival Twenty-Ten”

  1. miss rose Says:

    Love The Runaways!
    Can’t wait to see how these girls are going to pull off portraying these Rockonic heavies.

    but sigh…Cherry Bomb is going to the Twilight masses.

    ps. enjoying your blog!

    • MizMuze Says:

      Thanks MizRoze! And yes, it will be interesting to see if these Twilight Tweens can fill such big rock ‘n’ roll shoes…it’s gonna take more than leather pants and feathered hair to pull off the ‘Born to Be Bad’ attitude!

      BTW, I’ve got some real gemz lined up for next week’s ‘Song of the Day’ so stayed tuned…


  2. Saray Says:

    I can not wait to see it! Dakota Fanning is a fantastic actress, one of the best in the new generation. Loved the roles Kristen had in Into the Wild and The Cake Eaters.

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