It’s the time of year when many students are dreading their approaching finals while longing for the days of Spring Break. For director Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers, every day is a party. We previously brought you set photos of the cast in their beach attire. You’ll probably be happy to know that Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson and Rachel Korine continued to prance around St. Petersburg, FL in their bikinis under the guise of filming a Spring Break movie. (The presence of James Franco is probably a red-herring.) Either way, we have a new video interview for you to check out which features some of the cast and a good deal of behind-the-scenes footage. Additionally, I’ve pain-stakingly put together a gallery of some Spring Breakers images that I think you will find enjoyable. The things I do for you people.
Hit the jump to check out the new footage in the video interview and a slew of set photos from Spring Breakers.
Be sure to check out the images (via WWTDD) after watching this video interview with Gomez, Hudgens and Benson (via ET):
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