We don't mean to sound like Chicken Little, but "The Sky Is Everywhere" -- and it's just fallen on Selena Gomez.
Well, in a manner of speaking: According to Collider, the Disney Channel starlet and pop sensation is branching out into the field of film producing in order to tackle an adaptation of the popular teen novel "The Sky Is Everywhere" by author Jandy Nelson.
Of course, starring in movies based on books isn't exactly a new thing for Gomez, as her two previous big screen leading roles, "Monte Carlo" and "Ramona and Beezus," were also film adaptations.
This time around, Gomez has decided to handle the nuts and bolts herself, producing the film through her production company July Moon.
So what is "The Sky Is Everywhere" all about? Well, it tells the story of a high school wallflower named Lennie (that's Gomez) whose life is turned upside down when her beloved older sister suddenly and tragically bites the big one. Lost and adrift, Lennie becomes caught between two boys: One is her dead sister's boyfriend and the other is
a vampire the new kid in town.
Acting, singing and now producing as well? Sounds to us like even "The Sky" isn't the limit for Gomez.