Wondering just what Selena Gomez might look like in her next film, the thriller "Getaway"? Well, consider your Friday wish granted. A first look at the flick is finally out, and it appears that the Disney starlet is looking for some action, alongside co-star Ethan Hawke.
The still features hooded Gomez and Hawke sitting together in a car, appearing to be on some sort of stakeout. Until now, details about the plot have been light. But according to a new synopsis, the film will revolve around Hawke, playing a former racecar driver, who must try and track down his kidnapped wife. Enter Gomez, a computer hacker enlisted to help Hawke out on his mission. Jon Voight has been tapped to play "the villain."
Gomez first dished about the [article id="1682697"]part back in April[/article], noting that she was looking forward to starring in an action film. "It's really, really exciting," she said at the time. "I go to Bulgaria and then I start filming. It's more of an action movie, which is also different."
The film will open on August 30, 2013, with Courtney Solomon and Yaron Levy co-directing and Sean Finegan and Gregg Maxwell Parker manning the script.
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It's one of many projects on Gomez's plate. Earlier this fall she starred in the family-friendly animated flick, [article id="1694590"]"Hotel Transylvania."[/article] And, in addition to working on new music, she's also banked roles in "Spring Breakers," "Aftershock" and "Parental Guidance Suggested."
In addition to more mature roles, Gomez will return to the [article id="1694596"]"Wizards of Waverly Place" in a one-off special[/article] set to air sometime in early 2013. The Disney show officially signed off the air back in January, but now fans will get the chance to see Gomez cast a spell one last time.
Earlier this week, the singer tweeted out the cover page of the script, which featured the name of the special, "The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex." It will reunite her with her former castmates, including Jennifer Stone, Maria Canals-Barrera, Jake T. Austin, David DeLuise and Gregg Sulkin.
"I wanted to do it really badly," she said about the in-the-works special. "I want to make sure I promise the cast and the fans a really, really good hourlong event that they can enjoy and will leave them feeling good."
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