"LOL" was supposed to represent a big step for Miley Cyrus' movie career as she attempts to mature beyond Disney's Hannah Montana. Instead, it has turned into a tough lesson about how quickly a Hollywood studio can fall out of love with a movie. The Lionsgate studio has quietly decided to release "LOL" in seven cities on May 4, the same day as the sure-to-be blockbuster "Avengers," and without any marketing fanfare.
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