Elizabeth Olsen (Source: ElizabethOlsen.com)

Elizabeth Olsen and Dakota Fanning will be walking around the streets of Brighton Beach as Hollywood comes to Brooklyn with the filming of “Very Good Girls,” a movie all about two high school graduates, their summer, and the loss of their virginity.

Grab your binoculars and seek out those blonde heads! You may just see them if they don’t turn sideways!

The film, which started filming last week, is directed and written by Naomi Foner, according to IMDb.

The title “Very Good Girls,” seems to speak for itself. The movie involves two 18-year-old girls, played by Fanning and Olsen, who make a pact to lose their virginity during the summer after they graduate from high school. Yet both girls begin to fall in love with the same man, a street artist, and for the first time, their friendship is in jeopardy.

“This is a very real story of two best friends, about a real and very raw relationship, and the healthy way that young women interact with each other,” Olsen told the L.A. Times. Olsen said that this movie is more realistic than others involving teenage girls.

The film will be released in 2013. The precise date is still unknown.

The movie will be filmed in Brighton Beach over the next few weeks, so look out and see if you spot them filming!

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  • a good neighbor

    who needs to watch this movie when this is already happening days and nights in Brighton Beach? :)

    • ShadowLock

       ROFL

      sooooo it’s a movie based on how to become little whores?

      Nice…. 

  • Kool4Coney

    is there a shooting schedule so we know where to avoid when they are actually shooting?   I would hate to go over for a swim only to find that the beach has been closed for a film shoot :)

  • EndofDaze

    She looks like a Slav, so she’ll have no problem fitting in, till she opens her mouth! Additionally, filming will bring more dollars and exposure to the community, which can’t be such a bad thing?!

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