Easy AUp-and-coming star Emma Stone gets a lesson in high school popularity in 'Easy A,' in theaters Sept. 17.

In the film, loosely based on Nathaniel Hawthorne's 'The Scarlett Letter,' Stone plays Olive, a high school nobody whose status rises when she pretends to lose her virginity to her gay best friend. Soon, all of the boys in school need her help, leading everyone to believe she's way more, uh, experienced than she really is.

The film, directed by Will Gluck ('Hamlet 2'), is already giving us 'Mean Girls' vibes, and could become the next great teen comedy. But will it actually make the grade?

Check out this exclusive clip after the jump and judge for yourself.


Easy AUp-and-coming star Emma Stone gets a lesson in high school popularity in 'Easy A,' in theaters Sept. 17.

In the film, loosely based on Nathaniel Hawthorne's 'The Scarlett Letter,' Stone plays Olive, a high school nobody whose status rises when she pretends to lose her virginity to her gay friend. Soon, all of the boys in school need her help, leading everyone to believe she's way more, uh, experienced than she really is.

The film, directed by Will Gluck ('Hamlet 2'), is already giving us 'Mean Girls' vibes, and could become the next great teen comedy. But will it actually make the grade?

Check out this exclusive clip above and judge for yourself.