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Easy A (11-Sep-2010)

Director: Will Gluck

Writer: Bert V. Royal

Producers: Zanne Devine; Will Gluck

Keywords: Comedy, High School

Goodie-two-shoes high school student devises ways to engineer her school's rumor mill to the direct benefit of her social and financial standing, dealing with unintended consequences along the way.

Emma Stone stars in this romantic comedy partially inspired by The Scarlet Letter as Olive Penderghast, a stereotypical overachieving high school student who begins telling a series of carefully-crafted lies around campus with a view to establishing a "skanky" reputation for herself that will permit her to sell her status to desperate male classmates for money. Things, of course, end up spiraling out of control, and Olive ultimately finds herself working to control a lie spreading in a manner not unlike the joke the Bee Gees once warned about. Easy A would prove to be part of a string of early successes for the young Stone.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Fred Armisen
4-Dec-1966   Saturday Night Live
Penn Badgley
1-Nov-1986   The Bedford Diaries
Amanda Bynes
3-Apr-1986   All That
Dan Byrd
20-Nov-1985   Travis Cobb on Cougar Town
Thomas Haden Church
17-Jun-1960   Lowell Mather on Wings
Patricia Clarkson
29-Dec-1959   Pieces of April
Andrew Fleming
Film Director
14-Mar-1963   The Craft
Cam Gigandet
16-Aug-1982   The Roommate
Lisa Kudrow
30-Jul-1963   Phoebe on Friends
Malcolm McDowell
13-Jun-1943   A Clockwork Orange
Alyson Michalka
25-Mar-1989   Keely on Phil of the Future
Emma Stone
6-Nov-1988   Superbad
Stanley Tucci
11-Jan-1960   Joe Gould's Secret


Emma Stone   ...   Olive
Penn Badgley   ...   Woodchuck Todd
Amanda Bynes   ...   Marianne
Dan Byrd   ...   Brandon
Thomas Haden Church   ...   Mr. Griffith
Patricia Clarkson   ...   Rosemary
Cam Gigandet   ...   Micah
Lisa Kudrow   ...   Mrs. Griffith
Malcolm McDowell   ...   Principal Gibbons
Alyson Michalka   ...   Rhiannon
Stanley Tucci   ...   Dill
Fred Armisen   ...   Pastor
Juliette Goglia   ...   Eighth Grade Olive
Jake Sandvig   ...   Anson
Morgan Rusler   ...   Mr. Abernathy
Nikki Tyler-Flynn   ...   Mrs. Abernathy
Braeden Lemasters   ...   Eighth Grade Kid
Mahaley Hessam   ...   Nina
Jameson Moss   ...   Evan
Blake Hood   ...   Kennedy Peters-Booth
Bryce Clyde Jenkins   ...   Chip
Neil Soni   ...   Zia
Stacey Travis   ...   Marianne's Mom
Bonnie Burroughs   ...   Micah's Mom
Eddie Applegate   ...   Micah's Grandfather
Norma Michaels   ...   Micah's Grandmother
Yolanda Snowball   ...   Receptionist
Andrew Fleming   ...   Doctor
Johanna Braddy   ...   Melody Bostic
David Gore   ...   Pre-Teen Kid
Lalaine   ...   Gossipy Girl
D'Anthony Wayne Palms   ...   Josh Wisniewski
Ryan Parker   ...   Kurt
Rawson Thurber   ...   Quiznos Guy
Chris De Lorenzo   ...   Spectator in the Gym
Jillian Johnston   ...   Server
Nancy Karr   ...   Singing Server
Clay Black   ...   Singing Server
Brad Etheridge   ...   Singing Server
Veerta Motiani   ...   Singing Server
Michael Strauss   ...   Singing Server
Lance Kerfuffle   ...   Clerk
Drew Koles   ...   Boy
Max Crumm   ...   Pontius
Jeremiah Hu   ...   Judas
Jessica Jann   ...   Jezebel
Danni Katz   ...   Harlot
Jason Kropik   ...   Mortimer


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