Rule #1: Every person in the room must participate.
Rule #2: The group decides what the person must do, and the consequence.
Rule #3: No backsies.
Ava Lasola: The school’s tomboy. Her pledge: become the school’s newest It girl in two months with a complete makeover and slutty turnaround.
Hannah Greene: The school’s bad girl. Her pledge: turn their class’s gay guy straight.
Jay Kader: The school’s “gayest guy”. His pledge: make out with as many girls as possible.
Nick Braydon: The school’s football captain. His pledge: get to third base with his best (straight) friends.
They say alcohol is the best path to regret. But by the time Ava got to her third drink, the entire room was already playing “The Unvirginity Pledge”—the one game where one chosen person in the room is responsible for each person’s pledge. It’s only considered a “game” until the school’s tomboy has to slut it up in order to get the most guys, but is it worse when her best friend Hannah has no choice but to turn a gay guy straight? When the school’s finally-out-of-the-closet kid has to get in with the opposite sex? When the school’s football captain has to figure out a way to get to third base with his best friends?
And the consequence being your entire reputation?
|Selena Gomez||as Ava Lasola|
|Barbara Palvin||as Hannah Greene|
|Finn Harries||as Nick Braydon|
|Dan Howell||as Jay Kader|
|Corbin Bleu||as Kyler Tate|
|Sasha Pieterse||as Courtney Nash|
|Alex Pettyfer||as Josh Mathers|