Oh, New York City, how you inspire such sin.
And how you corrupt young minds, too, especially with the tantalizing allure of your plethora of street artists. Who knew one of these unsuspecting performers could drive such a wedge between BFFs?
Such is the scenario of "Very Good Girls," a dark comedy that's scored Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen to play the title roles, according to Deadline.
"Girls" features Fanning and Olsen as two best friends who spend the summer after high school graduation in the Big Apple, where they're determined to lose their virginity. However, things get complicated when they fall for the same charismatic street artist.
Why not go for broke and have him oblige them both? We doubt that's how it will go, but that might just fix everything? No?
The cast of "Very Good Girls" also includes Dustin Hoffman, Sissy Spacek and Peter Sarsgaard. Filming commences in September under the direction of Naomi Foner (mother of Maggie and Jake Gyllenhaal), who also wrote the script.
Dakota Fanning will next be seen as Jane in "The Twilight Sage: Breaking Dawn - Part 1," opening Nov. 18 (which is starting to not sound so far away!). Elizabeth Olsen made a splash at Sundance earlier this year in the thriller "Martha Marcy May Marlene," which opens July 10.