Watch: Emma Watson Goes Wild in 'Bling Ring' Teaser, New 'To the Wonder,' Final 'Croods" Trailers

Spring Breakers won't be the only movie coming to theaters this year that finds young actresses trying to break out of their family friendly mold.

The teaser trailer for Sofia Coppola's The Bling Ring has landed online and finds Emma Watson taking a step away from the characters she's portrayed in the Harry Potter series and last year's cult hit The Perks of Being a Wallflower.

Based on a true story about a group of young women who stole $3 million between 2008-2009 from Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr, the film casts Watson as a wild child party girl who spends her stolen money on drinks, drugs and clothing.

There's not much dialogue in this teaser but we're sure to get more looks at The Bling Ring as it approaches its June 14 limited release.


By now, you've probably made up your mind on whether or not you're planning to watch DreamWorks Animation's pre-historic comedy The Croods. In case you hadn't though, the studio has released the final trailer for their March 22 release.

The film features voice work from Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds, Emma Stone, Catherine Keener and Clark Duke and follows the world's first modern family as they set out on an adventure after their cave is destroyed.

Early reviews have been mixed, but take a look for yourself below.


Speaking of mixed reviews, Terrence Malick certainly falls into that category. While critics loved his last Oscar-nominated film, Tree of Life, most audiences were turned off by the meandering narrative. Malick is back this spring with To the Wonder, a romantic drama about a young couple who meet in France and move to Oklahoma to start a life together when problems arise.

The film features a solid cast including Ben Affleck, Javier Bardem, Rachel McAdams and Olga Kurylenko. After screening at the Venice and Toronto film festivals, critics have greeted the film with mixed reviews.

Check out the latest trailer below. To the Wonder arrives in theaters on April 12.

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