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Emma Watson Breaks Bad in 'The Bling Ring' First Teaser Trailer

March 9, 2013 (1:40 am) GMT
Channeling her wild side, Watson plays one of the teenagers who rob celebrities' homes in Sofia Coppola's film which is inspired by actual events.
Emma Watson Breaks Bad in 'The Bling Ring' First Teaser Trailer

Best known for her role as bookworm Hermione Granger in "Harry Potter" films, turns 180 degrees in her new movie "". In the first teaser trailer for the film, she channels her bad girl side, dancing seductively and stealing from rich people.

The drama film revolves around a group of teenagers obsessed with fashion and fame who burglarized the homes of celebrities in Los Angeles. Tracking their targets' whereabouts online, the teens would break-in and steal designer clothes and possessions.

Reflecting on the naivete of youth, amplified by today's culture of celebrity and luxury brand obsession, the members of the Bling Ring introduce us to temptations that nearly any teenager would find hard to resist. What starts out as youthful fun spins out of control and reveals a sobering view of our modern culture.

Sofia Coppola writes and directs "The Bling Ring", which is inspired by true events in which a gang of teenagers raided the houses of such stars as , , and between October 2008 and August 2009.

The movie is set for limited release on June 14 Stateside. , Israel Broussard, Katie Chang, Claire Julien and portray other members of the group.



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