Selena Gomez asked her youngest followers not to watch her newest movie. How is it possible that the little Disney Princess does not want her fans to see her in her latest film role? Her father, Ricardo Joel Gomez was a Mexican and her mother Amanda, an Italian-American, was a classical theater actress who gave birth to Selena at the young age of She said that she was not a popular girl and barely had two friends as a child, but was protected by her cousin, the popular girl in school.
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The movie, which premieres at the Venice film festival on Wednesday, is directed by Harmony Korine and stars Gomez and fellow Disney graduate Vanessa Hudgens as bikini-clad revelers on a drink- and drug-fuelled orgy of beach parties and pranks. I know that I have younger fans, and this is an opportunity for myself to kind of grow. It is a little shocking, I think, for the younger audiences In the film, the four friends join hundreds of others whose sole aim is to get drunk, stoned and naked.
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Selena Gomez's "amazing" duet with She plays one of four coeds the other three are Vanessa Hudgens , Pretty Little Liars ' Ashley Benson and director Harmony Korine 's actress wife Rachel Korine whose Florida spring break turns ugly when they get entangled with a drug-dealing gangster played by James Franco. Even if she is 20 years old , we'll be the first to admit seeing Gomez smoke a cigarette, take a hit off a bong and roll around in her underwear took a little getting used to. She realizes the film isn't appropriate or her younger fans. Gomez warned, "Don't go see it unless you're 18 and over.