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The scene taking place at Paris Hilton's home was actually filmed there.
Prior to shooting, Sofia Coppola got the cast to fake-burgle a house to see what mistakes they'd make.
Emma Watson's wallet was stolen while filming.
Emma Watson said she researched her role by watching "a ton of reality TV" including The Hills (2006) and Keeping Up with the Kardashians (2007). She also listened to Britney Spears's 'Femme Fatale' album to get into the mindframe of her character.
First movie starring Emma Watson not based on a book.
Kirsten Dunst's cameo as herself was not written into the script. Instead it was incorporated into the movie after she decided to pay an unplanned set visit to Sofia Coppola.
It is said by insiders that Emma Watson watched her character, Alexis Neiers's reality television show, Pretty Wild (2010) to study her body language and how she acted around people.
Claire Julien (Chloe) is the only cast member who's actually from LA. She helped the others learn the Calabasas dialect. Emma Watson is from England, Israel Broussard is from Mississippi, Katie Chang is from Chicago, and Taissa Farmiga is from New Jersey.
Based on Nancy Jo Sales's Vanity Fair article, 'The Suspects Wore Louboutins'.
The last film of cinematographer Harris Savides, who died in October 2012, six months after the end of principal photography. When he became ill partway through shooting, Christopher Blauvelt was brought on to complete the film; the two share credit.
Sofia Coppola's third film to feature pole dancing.

Spoilers 

The trivia item below may give away important plot points.

Sofia Coppola had lunch several times with real-life convicted Bling Ring burglar Nick Frank Prugo, the basis of the film's character Marc. Prugo, and his gang of thieves, reportedly stole over $3 million from celebrity homes. After serving a year in jail, Prugo claimed, as of May 2013, that he had not seen the film yet.

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