Wild Cherry (film)

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Wild Cherry
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Theatrical Poster
Directed by Dana Lustig
Produced by Kyle Bornais
Michael A. DiManno
Byron A. Martin
R. Scott Reid
Gavin Wilding
Written by

Grant Vetters
David Kolbowicz

Chris Charney (screenplay)
Starring Tania Raymonde
Rumer Willis
Kristin Cavallari
Ryan Merriman
Jesse Moss
John White
Tegan Moss
Tia Carrere
Rob Schneider
Music by Chris Ainscough
Cinematography Michael Marshall
Edited by Michael Doherty
Redwood Palms Pictures
Farpoint Films
Rampage Entertainment
Distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment
Image Entertainment
Release dates
  • April 10, 2009 (2009-04-10) (Canada)
  • May 15, 2009 (2009-05-15) (United States)
Running time
120 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $3.5 million

Wild Cherry is a 2009 American high school comedy film directed by Dana Lustig.


Helen McNichol (Tania Raymonde), a high school senior, is in love with Stanford Prescott (Ryan Merriman), her jock boyfriend, as well as has decided to give it all up to him. At least until she learns that her name is written in the high school football team's secret Bang Book and it is Stanford's job to deflower her. The tables are turned and the battle begins when she and her two best friends Katelyn Chase and Trish Van Doren (Rumer Willis and Kristin Cavallari) form a pact to maintain their virginity, embarrass the team and foil the plot against them.[1] Helen gets Standford by ramming him off of a go-cart track and then She along with Katelyn and Trish trick him and his two best friends (Who are also Katelyn and Trish's boyfriends) into accidentally making out with each other. Then eventually at a party they slip a sex pill into the punch and gives Standford and his friends a Raging Boner. Helen then confronts Katelyn and Trish about the sex pills and blames them for everything and then visits Standford at the hospital tries to apologize and make it up to him, but he turns her down and tells her to go away. Heartbroken about her breakup with Standford, Helen at first decides not to go his football game, but after a talk with her father Nathan (Rob Schneider) about how people make mistakes in life, she changes her mind. At the football game Helen apologizes to Katelyn and Trish and they forgive her, however, Standford's team is losing the game. During Halftime Helen takes the microphone and apologizes for everything and helps Standford and his team into realizing why they are losing and Standford forgives her. When the next match comes, Standford and his team follow Helen's advice and beat the other team. Everyone then goes to the victory party where Helen and Standford finally have Sex. The film ends with Helen coming home after the party and sees Nathan sitting on a closed toilet playing a trombone through the window in which she smiles at.



Film production took place in Winnipeg, Manitoba from May 7, 2008 to May 29, 2008. School scenes were filmed at Technical Vocational High School.


  1. ^ "Schneider, Raymonde, Willis, in 'Wild Cherry'," Entertainment Weekly (Apr 21, 2008).

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