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Vanessa Hudgens Is Armed & Dangerous In Her New Film, Spring Breakers

Submitted by on March 8, 2012 – 2:36 pmOne Comment

Vanessa Hudgens is a sharp shooter.

The 23-year-old actress plays a gun-toting gal in her new film, Spring Breakers, currently being shot in Florida. Spring Breakers is written and directed by Harmony Korine, the same woman behind the 1990s classic, Kids, that was responsible for first showcasing Rosario Dawson. In the film, starring Justin Bieber’s girlfriend Selena Gomez, Pretty Little Liar‘s Ashley Benson, Glee‘s Heather Morris and James Franco, a group of college girls rob a restaurant to fund a spring break trip. Vanessa and the rest of her co-stars showed off their firepower in pictures posted to the film’s Facebook page recently.

But, this isn’t the first time the actress has handled a gun on screen. Last year, Vanessa was fierce working wth firepower in Sucker Punch. “The great thing about all the training is that it gives you a new self-confidence,” Vanessa said of learning to shoot guns for Sucker Punch. “You take yourself to a new place you’ve never been before, mentally and physically. You tell yourself that you can do anything! Shooting the big guns is the most exhilarating feeling I’ve ever had in my entire life. As soon as I go through a round of the 50 cal, my heart basically stops beating and I just get the biggest rush, it’s incredible!”

Check out Vanessa, Ashley and Rachel flaunt their firepower below. Do you think Spring Breakers will have a shot at the box office?

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