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First Official Look at Emma Watson and Her Fashionable Gang in 'The Bling Ring'

May 29, 2012 (2:19 am) GMT
Donning a white furry vest to complete her all-black outfit, Watson walks down the street along with co-stars Israel Broussard, Taissa Famiga, Katie Chang and Claire Julien.

oozes her inner fashionista persona in a first official still from Sofia Coppola's "". Being unveiled via Entertainment Weekly, the promotional image shows the British actress walking down the street along with four companions.

Taking the center spot in the row, Watson are joined by Taissa Famiga, Israel Broussard, Katie Chang and Claire Julien. The "Harry Potter" beauty donned black pants and top that she paired with a white furry vest, and rocked big-framed sunglasses with a drink in her hand.

"The Bling Ring" is inspired by a true story about a gang of teenagers who commit a ring of celebrity burglaries. They're best known as the "Hollywood Hills Burglar Bunch", who were caught raiding the houses of such stars as , , and between October 2008 and August 2009.

Watson once revealed that she watched a lot of reality shows to prepare herself for the role in the upcoming movie. "I just watched a ton of reality TV," she said. "I was doing an English course [at Brown University]. So I would go from reading Virginia Woolf to [watching] . I kind of loved it, this mix of super-high and super-low culture. I think it was a nice balance."

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