Sony Pictures Home Entertainment announced that they will release "The First Time," a romantic comedy starring Dylan O'Brien ("Teen Wolf"), Britt Robertson ("The Secret Circle"), and Victoria Justice ("Victorious") on March 12:
Culver City, CA (1/7/13) — Love and sex collide in the hilarious and heartwarming romantic comedy "The First Time," available on DVD March 12th from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Britt Robertson (TVs "The Secret Circle"), Dylan OBrien (TVs "Teen Wolf"), and Victoria Justice (TVs "Victorious") shine in this sweetly humorous tale of a chance encounter between two high school students that soon turns into a red-hot romance filled with the angst, missteps and awkwardness of first-time love. Written and directed by Jonathan Kasdan (TVs "Dawsons Creek,"" In the Land of Women") and co-starring James Frecheville ("Animal Kingdom"), Joshua Malina (TVs "Scandal"), Craig Roberts ("Jane Eyre") and Christine Taylor ("Zoolander"), "The First Time" is a rare teen comedy that's been embraced by audiences and critics alike, with Michael Atkinson of The Village Voice calling it "something of a wonder, a palm-size ball of banter and irony and earnestness that never stops rolling and almost never misses the sweet spots."
Dave (Dylan OBrien) is an incurable romantic in love with the hottest girl in school, Jane (Victoria Justice). Unfortunately, she only thinks of him as a friend without benefits. Through a chance encounter, Dave meets Aubrey (Britt Robertson), an alluring girl from a nearby school, which sparks a flame that soon becomes a red-hot romance filled with all the angst, missteps and awkwardness of a first time love! Hilarious and heartwarming "The First Time" is an unforgettable coming-of-age comedy featuring a sizzling ensemble cast.
"The First Time" was produced by Martin Shafer and Liz Glotzer. Executive producers are Liah Kim and Carol Fuchs.
The film has a run time of approximately 95 minutes and has been rated PG-13 for mature thematic elements involving teen sexuality, partying and language.