The first trailer for Spring Breakers has gone online. The movie centers on a group of girls (played by Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson, and Rachel Korine) who go to disturbing lengths to keep their spring break going, and their journey becomes even stranger when they encounter unhinged drug dealer, Alien (James Franco). The trailer looks pretty nuts, as we see a barrage of footage in a short amount of time. The highlight is most definitely Franco’s character, and I can’t wait to see just how far he takes the quirky role in the full film. In his review, Matt described the film as “wild, agressive, mildly disturbing, darkly comic, and surprisingly thoughtful.” In short, Spring Breakers clearly looks like a Spring Break movie made by the director of Trash Humpers.
Hit the jump to check out the trailer. Directed by Harmony Korine, Spring Breakers opens March 22nd.
Click over to MTV to see the trailer in HD. Click here for more on Spring Breakers, and check out 24 images from the film right here.
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