It features tracks from Jessie J, Lenka, Natasha Bedingfield, Kardinal Offishall, and Cary Brothers.
Other songs in the film but not on the soundtrack album are from One Republic, The Dollyrots, Death Cab for Cutie, and The Pussycat Dolls.
Boys who usually have had no luck with girls in the past beg Olive to say they have had sex with her in order to increase their own popularity, in exchange for gift cards to various stores, in turn increasing her reputation.
The entire film was shot in Ojai, California, using Panavision's Genesis and later filmized.
Not a single film set was used; even the houses in the film belong to Ojai residents.
Griffith, the school guidance counsellor, and blames it all on Olive.
Olive agrees to lie to cover up the affair so that the marriage of her favorite teacher, Mr. Marianne's religious clique, which now includes Rhiannon, begins harassing Olive in order to get her to leave school.
The film has grossed a total of $58,401,464 in the United States and Canada plus $16,550,841 in international markets for a worldwide total of $74,952,305, earning its budget back more than nine times, making it a huge financial success.
The film received critical acclaim, with many praising Stone's performance.
She signs off by saying she may lose her virginity to Todd, and proudly declares "it's nobody's goddamn business".
She goes outside to meet him, they kiss and the two are shown riding off on the lawnmower.
The film opened on September 17, 2010, and grossed ,787,163 on its opening day and ,734,040 in its opening weekend, placing second behind The Town on both figures, and already making back more than double the film's slim million budget.