A new film that documents Sarah Palin's political career will debut in Iowa on Tuesday, and the star herself says she'll be in attendance.
Former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin announced that she'll be in the audience at the 111-year-old Pella Opera House in Pella, Iowa on Tuesday for the premier of "The Undefeated," set to for a national release in select theaters July 15.
"We are very excited to visit historic Pella and its opera house and look forward to seeing the finished film for the first time with fellow Americans from the heartland," Palin said in the statement.
Director Stephen Bannon has stated that thethe film is not intended as a boost to Palin's possible presidential aspirations in 2012, but CBS News political correspondent Jan Crawford, who screened the documentary, called it "an unabashed defense of the former Alaska governor that leaves the distinct impression her presidential candidacy not only is possible, but inevitable."
Todd Palin will also be in attendance and the screening will be followed by a cookout for attendees.
Here's a preview of the film recently released by Fox News.