Paris Jackson to star in first film
Paris Jackson, daughter of the late Michael Jackson, is heading to Hollywood!
Paris, 13, has signed up for her first film and is set to play a major role as the heroine in Lundon’s Bridge and the Three Keys, a fantasy film which will feature both real and animated characters.
Her famous family is all too familiar with life in the limelight, and wanted her to wait until she was 18 to start her showbiz career. But Paris reportedly convinced her grandmother Katherine, who is guardian to Michael’s children, to let her appear in the movie after telling her the film has a message her late father would have appreciated.
A source told The Sun newspaper, “Her character’s strong love for her father is central to the plot.” Paris’ film will be based on a young adult series by Dennis H Christen, which features a dolphin turned into a human by ancient magic, while an evil spell changes a teenage boy into a dragonfly, and a good jellyfish queen morphs into an evil fairy godmother. (Sounds a bit crazy to us!)
All profits from the film are said to be going toward funding the US public school system. We can’t wait to see Paris making her own name for herself – and supporting a great cause in the process!