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Bella Thorne's Latest Movie The Duff Gets A New Poster! Get Your First Look HERE!!

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We can't wait to see this! And we're loving Bella's character poster!

We've always been slightly obsessed with Bella Thorne, so seeing these pictures from her new movie The Duff pretty much made our day.

The Duff, which means the Designated Ugly Fat Friend, looks like it could be the Mean Girls of this generation, and we're all about it.

The teen comedy also stars Mae Whitman, Robbie Amell, Allison Janney, Ken Jeong, Skyler Samuels, and Bianca A. Santos, so it's pretty much a cast of people who are gonna be big by the end of 2015.

Bella's latest flick hits theaters on February 20th and you're definitely not gonna wanna miss it!

See ya then, Bella!

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4 comments to “Bella Thorne's Latest Movie The Duff Gets A New Poster! Get Your First Look HERE!!”

  1. elisabeth says – reply to this


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    "This generation" I suddenly feel old 😓

  2. kasandra says – reply to this


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    the name seems super negative… designated fat ugly friend? lol what is this generation looking up to. At least mean girls had a positive message at the end.

  3. EricaV says – reply to this


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    This concept is absolutely disgusting. As if teen girls don't already face enough challenges, now we are calling our FRIENDS Ugly & Fat???

  4. Exxie says – reply to this


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    For those in the comments thinking this is negative, it has a good message at the end. I read the book, and SPOILERS but she talks to her friends and they basically go 'everybody has insecurities' and everyone decides that in some way, they're all DUFFs.

    Also, I'll be extremely disappointed if they don't at least mention what the main character has going on at home. Bella Thorne's character isn't the central character, and the whole DUFF plot is the least of what happens in the book. They have the chance to make a real difference in the world of looking at domestic violence here and if they pass that up, they're getting flaming reviews from me.