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First Look Photos: Juno Temple, Leslie Mann & Kate Bosworth In 'Little Birds'

by Simon Dang
May 23, 2012 10:20 AM
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We've talked about Elgin James' colorful past on numerous occasions but we're now finally on the brink of seeing what he can offer with his debut film "Little Birds." Born out of the Sundance Labs, the film premiered to a warm reception at Park City last year but -- possibly due to a recent incarceration -- it won't see a theatrical release until this summer.

We've got our hands on a heap of images from the film which showcase the talented cast including Juno Temple and Kay Panabaker -- who star as two 15-year-olds who test the limits of their friendship when one follows the other to Los Angeles -- along with Kyle Gallner, Kate Bosworth and Leslie Mann also co-starring. It kind of sounds like a run-of-the-mill tale but with rising star Temple front and center, we're hoping it'll make for worthy viewing either way.

Post-release, James already has a follow-up lined up, teaming with Electric City Entertainment duo Jamie Patricof ("Half Nelson," "Blue Valentine") and Lynette Howell for indie hostage-thriller "Come Sundown," from a script by Justin Marks. As a refresher, here's the full trailer for "Little Birds" as well.

"Little Birds"

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    Juno Temple In "Little Birds"

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    Juno Temple & Leslie Mann In "Little Birds"

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    Juno Temple & Leslie Mann In "Little Birds"

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    Juno Temple In "Little Birds"

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    Juno Temple & Kay Panabaker In "Little Birds"

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    Kate Bosworth & Leslie Mann In "Little Birds"

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    Kate Bosworth In "Little Birds"

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    Juno Temple & Kay Panabaker In "Little Birds"

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    Kay Panabaker & Juno Temple In "Little Birds"

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    Kate Bosworth In "Little Birds"

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    Kyle Gallner and Juno Temple In "Little Birds"

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1 Comment

  • Shala | May 23, 2012 11:58 AMReply

    I really liked the film when I saw it early last year. It's a great coming of age story that rises above alot of the mediocre ones out lately. This was my introduction to Juno Temple; she played her role perfectly.

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