Is it just me or does it seem a little odd that in the trailer for Factory Girl, the film that was supposed to be Sienna Miller's big Oscar hope ends up being more about Guy Pearce as Andy Warhol? I really can't blame them considering Pearce's performance as the perpetually bored Warhol looks spot on. Pearce actually managed to make me a little more excited about the film. Most of the talk surrounding the movie has been gossip; Katie Holmes departure, lawsuits, and Millers hectic personal life, very little of it had anything to do with the film itself -- I'm sure Lou Reed's comment didn't help either.

Moviefone has finally premiered the trailer to the film, along with the poster. Edie Sedgwick was the daughter of a prominent family who dabbled in modeling and was taken into Warhol's Factory studio during the mid-sixties. She was a star in his films until the two had a nasty falling out -- if you believe the trailer, it was all Bob Dylan's fault. Sedgwick was one of the many casualties of The Factory and is usually remembered more for her premature death than anything she accomplished when she was alive -- well that, and that really lame song by The Cult. So take a look at the trailer and tell me if this is Sienna's big break -- or did she manage to let Warhol steal the show from Edie Sedgwick once again?