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Selena Gomez to Be a 'Hot Mess' in Dave Meyers' New Movie

October 19, 2011 08:58:18 GMT

The 'Monte Carlo' actress is in talks to star in an upcoming comedy about four girls who try to avoid becoming hot messes they are destined to be.


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Selena Gomez is close to land a new movie project amid her recent death threat issue. The Disney darling is in negotiation to star in a forthcoming comedy film called "Hot Mess", which will be directed by Dave Meyers.

According to Deadline, the story of the upcoming movie project follows four girls who are desperately trying to avoid becoming the hot messes they are destined to be. The screenplay is written by Jenni Ross. Words are, many young starlets are racing to win the roles for the other three girls.

Selena last starred in "Monte Carlo", where she plays opposite Leighton Meester, Katie Cassidy and Cory Monteith. In the near future, she will appear as cameo in family movie "The Muppets", which will be released in times of the Thanksgiving week on November 23.

In related news, the former "Wizards of Waverly Place" beauty has recently gotten a restraining order from L.A.P.D. against a man named Thomas Brodnicki, who sent her a serious death threat. She asked the 46-year-old man to stay 100 yards from her at all times.

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posted by me&myself on Apr 20, 2012
you guys are toooo mean and the movie will not suck cause selena gomez is starring in it and miley cirus or whatever is a drug addict
posted by mileylover on Jan 17, 2012
i think that selena gomez will be horrible and the movie will suck since selena gomez will be in it, but if miley cyrus is in it, i might watch it.
posted by Bea on Nov 02, 2011
I bet the movie will suck, but Selena will be good. Monte Carlo was horrible. I'm more looking forward to seeing her in Thirteen Reasons Why.
posted by KimB on Oct 27, 2011
i think miley, demi and Debbie Ryan shud star as the other 3 girls x

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