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Easy A
Directed by Will Gluck
Produced by Zane Devine
Will Gluck
Mark Benton Johnson
Written by Bert V. Royal
Starring Emma Stone
Amanda Bynes
Alyson Michalka
Cam Gigandet
Cinematography Michael Grady
Editing by Yana Gorskaya
Susan Littenberg
Studio Screen Gems
Release date(s) March 2010 (USA)
Country United States
Language English

Easy A is an American comedy film written by Bert V. Royal and directed by Will Gluck. Partially inspired by the novel The Scarlet Letter, the film was shot at Screen Gems studios. Screen Gems will be its distributor with an expected release in March 2010.[1][2][3]

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Production

Plot

A high school girl is ostracized by a unfounded rumour that she's sexually promiscuous. She eventually uses the rumour mill to her advantage, pitting puritanical students and teachers against their more liberal counterparts.

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Easy A
Directed by Will Gluck
Written by Will Gluck
Zane Devine
Mark Benton Johnson
Starring Emma Stone
Penn Badgley
Lisa Kudrow
Thomas Haden Church
Music by Brad Segal
Cinematography Michael Grady
Editing by Yana Gorskaya
Susan Littenberg
Distributed by Screen Gems (USA)
Release date(s) September 17, 2010
Country United States
Language English
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Allmovie profile
IMDb profile

Easy A is a upcoming 2010 Romantic Comedy movie that was inspired by the novel The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. The movie was directed by Will Gluck and written by Will Gluck, Zane Devine and Mark Benton Johnson.

Cast

  • Emma Stone as Olive Penderghast
  • Penn Badgley as Woodchuck Todd
  • Thomas Haden Church as Mr. Griffith
  • Lisa Kudrow as Mrs. Griffith
  • Alyson Michalka as Rhiannon Abernathy
  • Cam Gigandet as Micah
  • Dan Byrd as Brandon
  • Patricia Clarkson as Rosemary Penderghast
  • Malcolm McDowell as Principal Gibbons
  • Stanley Tucci as Dill Penderghast
  • Jake Sandvig as Anson
  • Amanda Bynes as Marianne

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