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Selena Gomez to Go Rock 'n' Roll in New Film 'Parental Guidance Suggested'

August 1, 2012 (3:45 am) GMT
Starring as the on-screen crush of Nat Wolff, the 'Monte Carlo' actress is set to topline the coming-of-age comedy to be directed and written by Tim Garrick.
Selena Gomez

has just scored her latest movie role. After wrapping "" with , the former "" star lands a part in a rock 'n' roll-themed film called "Parental Guidance Suggested".

Per The Hollywood Reporter, Gomez is set to topline the coming-of-age comedy which has starring as her crush. The former Disney darling will also be joined by Austin Stowell, who will play her overbearing boyfriend.

"Parental Guidance Suggested" follows 16-year-old guy named Ric Thibault (Wolff). Along with his crush Nina Pennington (Gomez), he embarks on a rock 'n' roll-themed odyssey. The story is based on Ric Browde's 2000 novel "While I'm Dead...Feed the Dog".

Serving as the director and writer is Tim Garrick, while Mad Chance tackles the producing duty. Also lining up in the cast ensemble are and . The upcoming movie is planned to be filmed in Los Angeles.

In addition to this comedy project, the girlfriend of is set to star opposite in an actioner called "The Getaway". She will also make a cameo in Nicolas Lopez's thriller "".

Her next film "Spring Breakers", meanwhile, is set to compete with a number of prestigious films at the 69th Annual Venice Film Festival to be held from August 26 to September 8.

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