Katie Chang and Israel Broussard star as the Ring’s pioneers, Rachel Lee and Frank Prugo, here renamed Rebecca Ahn and Marc Hall. Rebecca and Marc meet at an option secondary school in Calabasas, and soon turn out to be dear companions. Thrill-looking for trivial robberies lead to thefts and joyrides. At first they take from neighbors and associates, yet soon start to target superstars, including Orlando Bloom, Lindsay Lohan, Rachel Bilson and Paris Hilton, whose house they can burglarize over and over without being taken note. Scouring tattle online journals for data, they hold up until their objectives are away to strike.
Rebecca and Marc’s “posse” rapidly extends to incorporate Chloe (Claire Julien), Sam (Taissa Farmiga), and Nicki (Emma Watson), a stand-in for the gathering’s most infamous part, Alexis Neiers. Chang, Broussard, Julien, and Farmiga all convey consistently solid, naturalistic exhibitions; Watson, be that as it may, is “The Bling Ring’s” head scene-stealer. She plays Nicki as a kind of social mutant, the result of characterless New Age child rearing lighted with close deadly measurements of tabloid society — less an identity than a gathering of needs looking for prompt satisfaction.