Spring Breakers

It feels like it’s been forever since we first learned that Disney princesses Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens were going to be working with Gummo director Harmony Korine in a movie that saw them committing crimes in their bikinis, but now the wait is almost over. Spring Breakers is set to roll out in New York and LA on March 15, and nationwide on March 22, so to celebrate the film has released a new red band trailer.

Honestly, this new red band doesn’t feature much content that’s more explicit than what the film has shown us before. Mostly it just uses the F-word a lot. But the good thing about it is that it gives us more of a glimpse into the mind of James Franco’s drug dealer character, Alien. We learn about his dreams and desires, where he comes from and where he’s going. And, most importantly, we learn about what the rims on his car look like. Turns out, they look completely awesome.

Want to get a little bit of the vicarious, rebellious thrill that comes from watching young girls that a big corporation crafted as being darling innocents drinking, smoking, doing drugs, and firing guns? Then the Spring Breakers red band trailer is the thing for you. Heck, there’s even a pair of really gross stripper boobs toward the end. Spring break forever, bitches. [Yahoo! Movies]


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