Director Harmony Korine has been hard at work on his spring break movie appropriately titled Spring Breakers, and we’ve been bringing you plenty of images of the bikini-clad cast over the past few weeks. The film stars Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson and Rachel Korine as four college girls who rob a fast food joint in order to pay for their spring break. They get busted, but a drug dealer played by James Franco bails them out and convinces them to kill his nemesis. It’s fairly ridiculous premise, but what more could we expect from the director of Trash Humpers?
Not only do these images show off Franco’s latest character creation in all his cornrowed glory, but we also get a, um, nice official image of the core actresses in their fabric-light costumes. Hit the jump to check out the images. If you missed any of the other bikini-filled images we posted previously, click here and here.
Images courtesy of Kinopoisk (via The Playlist):
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