LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - The Sarah Palin film "The Undefeated" has booked a 111-year historical landmark in Iowa for its world premiere next week.
The premiere is scheduled at 5 p.m. central time Tuesday at the Pella Opera House, a venue that hosted live stage plays before hitting its stride with silent movies in the early part of the last century.
"Undefeated" is the well-hyped documentary about the former vice presidential candidate from Victory Film Group and ARC Entertainment that was written and directed by Stephen Bannon. It was produced by Bannon and Victory's Dan Fleuette and Glenn Evans.
The moviemakers have extended an invitation to Palin, though she has not committed to attending. It was unclear Friday whether others featured in the film - Andrew Breitbart, Tammy Bruce, Mark Levin and other pundits - would attend, either.
Organizers on Friday also wouldn't commit as to whether or not red carpet arrivals were planned, but said the premiere is for 320 invited guests only.
"Undefeated" begins limited release on July 15 at 10 AMC theaters in Dallas, Denver, Oklahoma City, Orlando, Atlanta, Orange County, Phoenix, Houston, Indianapolis and Independence, Missouri.
At the film's website, they're asking visitors to vote on which other AMC theaters ought to show the film, though plans for wider release were vague Friday.
(Editing by Zorianna Kit)