Jackson will star in "Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys," a fantasy flick featuring a boy-turned-dragonfly and an a jellyfish queen.
Just last week, at the Las Vegas premiere of Cirque Du Soliel's "Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour," Paris Jackson told Access Hollywood she planned to follow in her father's footsteps and enter the entertainment world — as an actress. And now, Access has confirmed the 13-year-old has lined up her first feature film role.
Paris will star as an as yet undisclosed human character in "Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys," a live action feature film, based on a children's book series by Dennis H. Christen.
According to the book's description on Amazon, the story surrounds "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 description reads.
Paris is also featured on the book cover.
The film will also feature the voices of Larry King as King Pom, his wife, Shawn King as Queen Dalina,and Joey Fatone as Paco, a sea horse.
The project is currently in production and no release date is currently available.
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