'Hannah Montana: The Movie' Welcomes Six Clips and a Featurette


Six clips and a four-minute featurette from the forthcoming drama comedy "Hannah Montana: The Movie" have been found. Ranging from 30 seconds to one minute long, the clips highlight on Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana's experience in her hometown of Crowley Corners, Tennessee, and provide more in-depth look at the movie, which may at some point share few spoilers.


The "Hello New York" clip gives out that Miley Cyrus' Miley Stewart is so full of her Hannah Montana's popularity. Boarding a private plane with her father Robby Ray Stewart, she complains of needing a bigger bathroom. When they finally arrive at their destination, Stewart which is costumed in her Hannah Montana's character yells out "Hello, New York!". But, instead of hearing loud screams from her fans, she is greeted with a scenery of green pasture and an old and rusty pickup truck.


Two other clips, "I Like Miley" and "I Want a Cowboy", display how Stewart is using Hannah Montana to charm Lucas Till's Travis Brody. But, she soon learns that Brody is more interested in Stewart than the popular songstress. Most of the clips focus on Miley Stewart or Hannah Montana character, but still share out glimpses of other characters, including Melora Hardin's Lorelai, Emily Osment's Lilly Truscott and Jason Earles' Jackson Stewart.


Meanwhile, the featurette presents a look inside the feature film adaptation of Disney's popular TV series "Hannah Montana". In the four-minute video, never-before-scene footage and scenes from the film are shared. Most of the cast and crew from the film's star herself Miley Cyrus to director Peter Chelsom also provide commentary on what the movie is all about.


"Hannah Montana: The Movie" will come out in U.S. theaters on April 10. Meanwhile, its world premiere will be held Thursday, April 2 at the El Capitan Theatre, Hollywood.


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