"Some kids want to be doctors, some kids want to be President, I just want to be bad."
Cinematically-speaking, March is going to reveal two very different sides of actor James Franco. First up is Disney's Oz The Great and Powerful, where Franco will play circus magician-turned-Wizard of Oz. Immediately following that PG-rated performance will be Franco's very R-rated turn in the indie crime drama Spring Breakers, where the actor will play dreaded gangster rapper Alien, who wishes for nothing more than to cause trouble with a group of best friends (Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson and Rachel Korine) after he bails them out of jail.
Franco's character takes much of the focus of the movie's newly-released red band trailer, which shows Alien's world of parties, drugs and a whole lot of guns, but whose adult content is very much NSFW. watch the trailer >> Posted 02.25.13 by Ryan
How far would you go to have a good time?
Director Harmony Korine has never been one to follow convention, getting his start as the screenwriter for the 1995 cult, teenage skateboarding drama Kids before launching a career as a director with movies like 1997's Gummo, a loose pastiche of a stories set in the tornado devastated town of Xenia, Ohio, and 2009's Trashhumpers, which followed a group of Nashville, Tennessee, seniors who, um, really like garbage.
Korine's upcoming Spring Breakers may be his strangest yet, as it follows a group of best friends (Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson and Rachel Korine) whose hedonistic pursuit of the ultimate spring break ultimately crosses paths with rapper Alien (James Franco), who employs the girls in some criminal activity. party with the best trailers
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