Kirsten Dunst & Elle Fanning are 19th Century ‘Girls Gone Wild’ in BTS ‘Beguiled’ Footage

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Don’t assume that Sofia Coppola is too classy for amateur content. The renowned director recently shot some risqué footage on the set of her new film, The Beguiled. When she appeared this week on The Late Late Show with James Corden, she revealed the final cut of a short movie not suitable for all viewers (considering you’re of 19th century morals).

Coppola’s newest film, The Beguiled takes place at a girl’s school in the south during the civil war. When the young women discover a wounded enemy soldier, things begin to turn upside down. A remake of a 1971 film starring Clint Eastwood, Coppola’s version stars Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, and Elle Fanning.

Coppola told Corden that in between scenes, Fanning and Dunst were drinking water from red Solo cups, which inspired their 19th century Girls Gone Wild parody. The ladies can be seen getting naughty, showing their ankles and shoulders.

The Beguiled premieres June 23 in New York and Los Angeles and June 30 in other select theaters. Watch Coppola’s Girls Gone Wild parody below: