Instead of rushing for another studio album, Selena will take a timeout from music to shoot two big screen projects.
After "When the Sun Goes Down", Selena Gomez won't release a new album anytime soon. The "Hit the Lights" singer revealed in an interview with E! News recently that she and her band The Scene are going to take a hiatus from music so that she could focus more on her acting career in the big screen.
"We're going to take a break from music," Selena said. The teen who just wrapped up "Wizards of Waverly Place" added, "My band and I are going to chill on that for a second. I'll be doing two films in the beginning of , which I'm excited about. They are both different and things I've never played before."
She's indeed attached to two movie projects; "Spring Breakers" and "Hot Mess". The former follows four college girls who rob a fast food joint so they afford to go on spring break in Florida, while the latter is about four girls desperately trying to avoid becoming the hot messes they are destined to be.
Talking about her goal for the future, the girlfriend of Justin Bieber said in a separate interview that she would love to be involved in another TV series like "Friends". The actress, who launched her career as a Disney star, gushed, "I'd love to be part of another ensemble series, something contemporary and kooky and funny and a bit romantic."
Another thing she would love to try is making feature films. She stated, "Ideally dramatic ones and I know you have to be careful about how you do it. That's one of the reasons I admire Rachel McAdams so much. I love the choices she's made and the way she seems to be playing out her career. I'd love to talk to her and figure out why she does what she does."