Michael Jackson's Daughter, Paris, Set to Make Movie Debut

Looks like Michael Jackson's 13-year-old daughter Paris is set to follow in her late father's show business footsteps. But rather than try to conquer the music industry, Paris has her sights set on the silver screen.

People reports that Paris will star in the film adaptation of the young adult book by Dennis H. Christen Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys.
 
The movie will be a mix of live-action with animation. Paris will star as a girl who survives being brainwashed by a jellyfish queen. Yes, I just wrote that.
 
Here's the official synopsis:
 
The war between the land and the sea. Ancient sea-magic turns a dolphin into a human, an evil spell changes a teenage boy into a dragonfly and a once good and loving jellyfish queen becomes an evil fairy godmother. This modern day adventure forces an unsuspecting family to become the weapon to fight the war which rages on the land and under the sea.
 
The book was published last month and the author isn't a household name yet, but Paris has committed to five, yes FIVE, Lundon O'Malley movies. While it's a bit presumptive to say that there will even be five movies, it's better for producers to lock her into an extended contract rather than risk losing her in extended contract negotiations, should the first movie be a success.
 
Half the profits for both the movie and the book will be donated to schools. Whether the movie is a roaring success or not, it's still a good cause and more than Narnia or Percy Jackson can claim.
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