Teen girls haven’t had something to sink their teeth into since Twilight. And while I’m not even considering comparing Easy A to the vampire juggernaut, I do think this PG-13-rated teen flick does have the ability to spark with its intended demographic. How high it gets is going to be predicated based on how many teenage girls are available for movie-going this weekend. If they love it, which I predict they will, then word-of-mouth could give the Screen Gems flick a hefty opening frame. It would also mean the Sony subsidiary scores its third No. 1 film in three weeks, after Resident Evil and Takers.
The Associated Press predicts the movie to open even higher, in the $30 million range.
Easy A is generating tons of positive reviews and praise for not only Emma Stone, but the entire cast. Will the positive press and a high outcome in receipt totals convince Amanda to come back to acting full time? What do you think?
See if Amanda lives up to the hype in theaters Friday!