PHOTOS: Do Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens wear ANY clothes in this movie?
Nope these pics of Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens cavorting around in next to nothing aren't snaps from a recent holiday, they're stills from their forthcoming movie Spring Breakers. Thank Christ for that because if this is what James Franco looks like on a day off, we've got a serious problem on our hands. Absolute shtate of him.
Once a pair of homogenised teeny boppers, it seems Hudgens and Gomez are eager to shake off the earlier days of their respective PG 13 careers. This movie ought to do it. If Walt Disney could see you now, girls. As for the plot? Well it goes a little like this: "Four college girls who land in jail after robbing a restaurant in order to fund their spring break vacation find themselves bailed out by a drug and arms dealer who wants them to do some dirty work." Franco takes on the role of said dealer whom the girls encounter whilst going to all manner of lengths to keep their Spring Break from drying up. Ravishing, isn't he? It confounds us that more people don't wear teeth grills and cornrows.
With Collider describing it as one of the 'trippiest' movies they had the pleasure of seeing at last year's TIFF, we're excited tenfold to see how these young ladies fare with darker, grittier roles. We're not sure how Gomez's girl-gone-bad vibe here will wash with Justin Bieber's squeaky clean image, mind. Then again, he was papped grabbing a hold of a fan's boob recently so who knows, maybe they've all gone wild.
As for an Irish release date on this movie; we're not entirely sure. It releases in the US on March 22nd but stay tuned and when we know, you'll know.
Story by Caroline Foran | 16:08 | Thursday 31st January 2013 | Movie News
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