Gomez, Hudgens Movie 'Spring Breaker' Trailer Out, Reveals Sexual and Violent Contents [VIDEO]
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The risqué movie starring Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens along with countless bikini-clad ladies has released its first trailer on Thursday.
"Spring Breakers," directed by Harmony Korine, depicts a group of college students going on a spring break that can't go any wilder.
Starring in the R-rated film are Disney babes Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens, with "Pretty Little Liars" star Ashley Benson, the director's wife Rachel Korine and James Franco.
The four girls attempt to rob a restaurant to fund their spring break, only to land in jail. After standing in court in neon bikinis, the girls then get bailed out by a cornrowed drug and weapon dealer, starred by Franco, who drags them down to dirty drug- and gun-filled parties.
"It was really, really fun," Gomez told OTRC.com in an interview last spring.
"It's an independent movie and it's a little bit smaller but it's a very different role than anything I've done before. James Franco plays this character who's more of like kind of, not the villain, necessarily, but he's the one that kind of gets us into a little bit of a mess and he's just really great to work with. And Vanessa's been amazing. It was a great, great shoot."
"Disney was my life and that's all, in a way, that's all I knew," Gomez told MTV News.
"So once that ended, I definitely think it was good for me to go to an extreme like this. That's what was so liberating about it -- I felt so safe with Harmony, I felt so safe with the girls and I was really able to push myself to places I didn't even know I could go."
The former Disney starlet repeatedly warned her fans of the racy contents.
"I wrote a message on my social networking sites to them, saying kids my age - my generation - I think that they should see it because it's very real, we're not really sugar-coating anything. (But) I put underneath, it's rated R, so please don't see it if you're under 18."
"That's as much warning as I can give to the parents and the kids. But you can't control what kids do."
Jan 17, 2013 09:11 PM EST