Pop a molly, don a person’s balaclava, and stock up on red-colored plastic cups ‗ summer is back, and this period, it lasts [trailer-trash gangsta Fred Franco voice] fo-evuuuuuuuh.
Spring Breakers, Harmony Korine’s neon-colored odyssey to the depravity of Florida’s school party scene, manufactured far more money than anyone could have estimated from a film certainly where an grillz-bedecked Franco pleasures a handgun silencer, putting presiding studio A24 in the spotlight and granting subway American cinema its newest cult thing. The image of a bikini-clad Vanessa Hudgens in addition to Selena Gomez in the promotional materials possibly didn’t hurt, nevertheless the often bizarre movie was a surprise individual hit on its own terms. And now, it’ll acquire a second life a tv personality ‗ sort of.
Indiewire reports which Blackpills, a video-streaming platform still be prepared for its full release later this year, will offer a home to a series based on Spring Breakers. I know, I’m sure, I’m freaking out also, but first comes your excitement-tempering: Korine will not be involved, which calls into problem the fundamental Spring Breakersishness of the full project. What’s a lot more, the news item by Indiewire doesn’t specify that cast members (whenever any) will give back; Gomez and Hudgens appear relatively busy, and while I have got no trouble believing that your ATL Twins would be game to go game 2, getting the complete cast back together seems unlikely.
Little else is well known beyond that. May be more of a religious follow-up, something like The Girlfriend Experience show, taking it will always be inspiration from its resource material. Either way, it’s a cause for targets. Cue Skrillex!