The edgy film 'Spring Breakers' made in Sarasota, Tampa Bay won't be screened in Bradenton.
The naughty Spring Breakers film is out, ready for Tampa Bay to be shocked and awed, unless you're in Bradenton. Bradenton movie theaters Carmike Royal Palm 20 and Regal Cinemas Oakmont 8 both took a pass on the regionally made movie with blockbuster stars. So if you want to see it, it's either a trip to Sarasota or St. Pete. The film was made with interior scenes at Ringling College of Art and Design residences and mostly filmed in St. Pete Beach and Tampa Bay with plenty of nude scenes, drugs guns and Disney starlets gone bad in this R-rated feature. The plot revolves around the girls, including Vanesa Hudgens and Selena Gomez, robbing a restaurant to pay for their spring break adventure, only to get out of jail from James Franco's …
The Sarasota- and Tampa Bay-shot movie will have a trailer released on Thursday at 7 a.m. on MTV and is set for wide release on March 29.
Wednesday, January 16
Last March, Ringling College of Art and Design were filled celebrities like Selena Gomez, James Franco and Vanessa Hudgens filming Spring Breakers. In a few months, you'll be able to go and see those local areas on the big screen. Spring Breakers is due for wide release on March 29, almost a year after they finished filming on area beaches in Tampa Bay. The film will also be releasing it's first trailer on MTV news this Thursday according to the film's twitter account. The story of the film is set to revolve around a drug dealer, played by Franco, who bails a group of girls on spring break out of jail. He then demands that they kill his rival. Based on the plot and the uncensored leaked clip (Not Suitable For Work), it's safe to say the …