Juno Temple Goes From 'It Girl' to 'Dirty Girl' in New Trailer

[caption id="attachment_68172" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Getty Images"]Juno Temple in "Dirty Girl"[/caption]

Juno Temple might not be old enough to remember the '80s, but she's rocking some serious 1987 small town style and sass in this trailer for the new comedy "Dirty Girl," which premiered on Apple Trailers.

Norman, Okla., isn't the best place to be for a Joan Jett-lovin' gal like Danielle, and as it turns out, it's not a super place to be for her new friend Clarke (Jeremy Dozier) either. Especially since he tends to prefer Joan Crawford. When they're matched up for parenting class and instructed to care for their bag of flour, er, baby, it turns out they both have some serious problems at home that a road trip might rectify (or, you know, make way worse).

Danielle's on the move to find her real dad before her mom marries a goober named Ray who wants to adopt her and her siblings. On the other hand, Clarke's nasty dad wants to send him to boot camp to get him on the straight and narrow. So they steal Clarke's dad's beloved Caddy and hit the road!

The colorful cast of characters include Milla Jovovich and William H. Macy as Danielle's mother and future stepfather, and Mary Steenburgen and Dwight Yoakam as Clarke's dowdy mom and super-jerky homophobic dad. Behind the scenes, ultra-cool Christine Vachon is one of the exec producers, and with a resume that includes "I'm Not There," "Far From Heaven," "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," "Boys Don't Cry," and "Velvet Goldmine," you know "Dirty Girl" is in some good company, indeed.

Read more about Ms. Temple in our list of British actors on the rise, and keep your eye out for her in "The Dark Knight Rises," "Little Birds" and lots more.