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Selena Gomez Coming to 'Monte Carlo'

March 4, 2010 (7:51 am) GMT
The Disney cutie may share screen with Leighton Meester who is close to seal a deal with Fox 2000 to star in this comedy.

Fox 2000 has brought to "". Variety reports that the actress has signed on to star in the femme comedy, tackling one of three major characters. However, further details about her character are yet to be revealed.

Beside Gomez, the studio is said approaching "" actress to star in the movie but the deal has not been sealed. Moreover, the Disney cutie may share screen with as the 42-year-old beauty may have a supporting role in the film.

Kidman will produce "Monte Carlo" alongside Denise Di Novi and Alison Greenspan. Thomas Bezucha, who previously directed "", is set to serve behind the lens when the film starts production in May in Monaco, Budapest and Paris.

"Monte Carlo" is adapted from Jules Bass' novel "Headhunters" about a group of American women who ditch a disappointing no-frills holiday in Paris and pose as wealthy women vacationing in Monaco. However, the updated script which is co-written by Bezucha and April Blair has put a younger spin on the story, with two of the characters in college and one just out of high school.

Selena Gomez is famously known for her portrayal of Alex Russo in Disney's TV series "". She later reprises her role in the film adaptation, "". She can be seen soon in "" which will open wide in U.S. theaters on July 23.


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