Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens Talk Drugs and sex scenes in “Spring Breakers”
Gomez wants to “get something” for drug scenes and smoke in the movie, while Hudgens confesses his “very afraid” of having threesome with Ashley Benson and James Franco.
Being recognized as Hollywood and Disney ones ex lover Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens may offend some of his fans with his blazing performance in “Spring Breakers”. We are very far from his image as a teen idol, the characters they play are pretty wild and promiscuous. Commenting on what they felt the roles daring to face the drama of adulthood, both Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens have their own stories to tell.
Gomez admitted that she wanted to “get something” take the role of faith, smoking, drugs and rolls around in just his underwear. “Everything I do for my fans and they mean a lot to me … [But] it’s something I did for me,” said the girlfriend of Justin Bieber E! News. “I have really wanted to step back and see how I can stretch”.
Realizing that his performance might be a bit too spicy for some of his younger fans, Gomez said: “Do not go to see it, unless you have 18 years or more.” However, Gomez seemed natural work nothing compared to what his co-star Ashley Benson Hudgens and did. The two girls share a sex scene with three lanes in a pool with James Franco.
Weighing torrid scene, Hudgens admitted. “It was very stressful nerve” She, however, managed to remain professional and gave his best performance, saying: “I’ve never done anything like this before.’m Very grateful to have had one of my best friends to see. ” Franco added: “I think they just try to be relaxed [and] do not use your teeth.”
In “Spring Breakers” Franco stars as a drug and arms dealer who rescues Gomez and prison gang and encouraged to kill his opponent. The girls rebel band previously decided to steal fast food so they can afford to go on spring break in Florida. After being presented at the Venice Film Festival and both the Toronto International Film Festival, directed by Harmony Korine film opens in the United States March 5, 2013.