The Order of All Selena Gomez Films
There's no denying Selena Gomez's range as a performer. She began her acting career at the tender age of seven on the popular children's program Barney & Friends, which will be the subject of a documentary airing on Peacock in 2022. Her breakthrough came, however, when she signed with Disney and went on to star in a number of movies and television shows, most notably Wizards of Waverly Place, in addition to guest-starring roles in Hannah Montana and The Suite Life of Zack and Cody. Soon after, she signed with Hollywood Records and became a singer, eventually releasing three studio albums, two soundtracks, twenty-five singles as a lead artist, and a number of music videos. Gomez went the extra mile by taking on the role of executive producer for the Dylan Minnette and Katherine Langford-starring series 13 Reasons Why on Netflix. Despite all the controversy, the show was popular and renewed for four more seasons.
She currently co-stars with Steve Martin and Martin Short on the Hulu series Only Murders in the Building. Over the course of her career, Gomez has amazed audiences as the star, producer, and voice of animated film characters like Mavis, the adorable child of Dracula in Hotel Transylvania, which is set to return for a fourth installment in 2022. Listed and ranked below are all of Selena Gomez's film appearances.
Starboard Entertainment; a Game of Chance
In order to win over Nina Pennington (Selena Gomez), the most beautiful and well-liked girl at his high school, Rick Stevens (Nat Wolff) would do anything. But in order to get there, he had to deal with some tricky situations and oddball characters, and his own poor decision-making.
In Behaving Badly, Nat Wolff, Selena Gomez, and Austin Stowell adapted Ric Browde's novel While I'm Dead Feed the Dog for the big screen under the direction of Tim Garrick. Unfortunately, it wasn't well received. In fact, the audience rating was only 29%, and critics gave it a score of 0% on Rotten Tomatoes' Tomatometer.
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Courtney Solomon's Getaway was an adaptation of the 1972 film The Getaway, and it followed the story of Brent Magna (Ethan Hawke), a racing car driver who is sent on a mission after his wife is abducted. All he had was a young hacker (Selena Gomez) to rely on, and the only way to save his wife was to carry out the instructions of a mysterious voice monitoring their every move via cameras in the car. Over 130 cars were destroyed during filming, making it clear that all of the crash scenes in the film are authentic.
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James Franco not only starred in but also directed this film. The storyline revolved around Jim Nolan, who in 1930 helped instigate a migrant workers' strike in central California's apple growing region. Matt Rager adapted John Steinbeck's novel for the screenplay.
A departure from her usual roles, Gomez plays Lisa London, the fiery mother and stepdaughter of one of the striking workers, to great effect in this film.
Film studio Fox 2000
After saving up for years, Grace (Gomez), her step-sister Leighton (Meester), and best friend Emma (Katie Cassidy) finally took a trip to Paris in Monte Carlo, but the trip was a huge letdown. To divert their attention from this, the girls broke into a five-star hotel, where one of them posed as Cordelia, a wealthy British heiress. They were drawn into a series of adventures that culminated in a fantastic holiday in Monte Carlo before they could reveal their true identities. that is, until the true Cordelia made her appearance.
Moviegoers spent $23 million on Thomas Bezucha's romantic comedy when it was released in 2011. 2 million dollars in ticket sales However, the film received a 40% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
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Spy Juni Cortez (Daryl Sabara) had to go on a rescue mission for his sister Carmen (Alexa Vega) after he found out that she had been captured by an evil video game. Juni had to win the game from the inside and confront the game creator to save not only Carmen but the future of the world.
Selena Gomez appeared as "the waterpark girl" in Robert Rodriguez's Spy Kids 3D: Game Over. The cast also featured Sylvester Stallone, Salma Hayek, Holland Taylor, Sylvester, and Carla Gugino. There has been news that the Spy Kids will be returning.
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Gatsby Welles (Timothée Chalamet) and Ashleigh (Elle Fanning), a young couple, spent the weekend in New York City in the film adaptation of Woody Allen's play A Rainy Day in New York. In her capacity as a journalist, she was en route to an interview with a famous director, and the two of them took the chance to spend some quality time together while in town. Ashleigh had other plans that day, meeting a famous actor, so Gatsby was left alone in the city and spent the day with his ex-girlfriend's sister (Gomez). Over the course of the wet weekend, Ashleigh learned things about herself that she hadn't known before, and Gatsby was left to sort out his own complicated emotions.
Controversy surrounded this movie because Woody Allen was accused of sexual assault. Gomez gave her entire film salary to Time's Up after the allegations surfaced.
Slay the Leader
In The Dead Don't Die, the town of Centerville was experiencing some very out-of-the-ordinary phenomena. The news reports and the scientists' concerns were disturbing. It turned out that an unusual invasion was on the horizon, one in which the dead would rise from their graves. The people of Centerville had no choice but to band together to face this common enemy.
Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Chlo Sevigny, Tilda Swinton, Steve Buscemi, Danny Glover, Caleb Landry Jones, Rosie Perez, Gomez, and Tom Waits starred in this film written and directed by Jim Jarmusch. The critical consensus was 54% on Rotten Tomatoes, while audiences only gave the film a 38% approval rating.
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Princess Rosalinda (Demi Lovato) was the protagonist of this Disney film; she was a young girl who grew up with all the privileges of royalty. When an oppressive dictator took power in her country, however, everything changed for her. Rosalinda had no choice but to enroll in the Princess Protection Program and live with one of the officers in their rural Louisiana home. There she met Carter Manson (Gomez), the daughter of the agent, who, after a rocky start, taught the princess how to act like an ordinary girl and avoid detection.
William H. Davidson helms the action-packed thriller Rudderless. Sam Manning (Billy Crudup) was a successful business executive and family man when his teenage son Josh (Miles Heizer) was killed in a school shooting. Macy followed Sam as his life fell apart after Josh's death. Sam, feeling completely defeated, was drinking his sorrows away when he came across a box of his son's music and was shocked to hear how talented his child was. That's why he formed a band: to spread his son's music and celebrate his abilities. When Josh's ex-girlfriend (Gomez) confronts Sam about stealing his son's music, Sam learns a secret and rethinks his plans.
Images of the Universe and the World That Work
Nicholas Stoller directed the sequel to Neighbors, titled Sorority Rising. Mac and Kelly Radner (Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne) wanted to sell their house and move to a bigger space, but their brand new neighbors, the girls of Kappa NU, were making it difficult. a college fraternity notorious for its frequent social gatherings The couple called on their old enemy, Delta Psi Beta sorority president Teddy Sanders (Zac Efron), and his brother, Pete (Dave Franco), to help them solve the problem and kick out the rowdy frat girls. This was no simple task, however, as the Kappa Nu were a stubborn bunch. Gomez played the role of the Phi Lamda fraternity's stern, rule-obsessed President in this film.
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The famous Russo family, stars of the Disney series The Wizards of Waverly Place, continue their story in the film adaptation Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie. Jerry (David DeLuise) and Theresa (Maria Canals-Barrera) met in the Caribbean, so that's where this extraordinary family decided to spend their summer vacation. Alex (Gomez) was so fed up with her parents' control that she cast a spell intending for them to never meet that actually made them forget each other and, by extension, their own children. To break the spell, Alex and Justin (David Henrie) had to venture deep into the jungle in search of the Wishing Stone. In the meantime, Max (Jake T. Austin) younger brother As far as Austin was concerned, keeping his parents out of trouble was his top priority.
Lev L. Rubinstein helmed the film. Filmed primarily in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and directed by Spiro In spite of Jennifer Stone's relatively minor role at the film's outset, the entire series cast was present for the production.
Faith (Gomez), Brit (Ashley Benson), Candy (Vanessa Hudgens), and Cotty (Rachel Korine) were four young, party-hard friends in the film Spring Breakers, directed by Harmony Korine. They wanted to go on vacation so badly that when they realized they couldn't afford it, they robbed a restaurant to pay for it. Their ludicrous schemes, however, backfired, and they ended up being arrested and thrown in jail. Finally, when they had given up hope, an unknown man appeared, posted bail, and released them. What, then, were this guy's motives? Not good at all: James Franco's Alien was a drug and weapon dealer who took the girls on a trip they'll never forget.
Film studio Fox 2000
Joey King's character Ramona had everyone's attention thanks to her boundless energy, creative play, and comical mishaps. She was always up to something nefarious, much to the chagrin of her sister Beezus (Selena Gomez), who was tired of having her antics disrupt her carefully laid plans. After their father (John Corbett) lost his job, Ramona took it upon herself to save the family home, and her indestructible sense of fun, excitement, and mischief came in very handy.
Elizabeth Allen directed Ramona and Beezus, which was based on the Beverly Cleary book series of the same name. The Tomatometer gave the film a score of 70% based on the reviews it received.
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Romantic comedy starring Selena Gomez and Drew Seeley and directed by Damon Santostefano as a sequel to A Cinderella Story (2004) starring Hilary Duff. It's a twist on the classic tale of Cinderella, as we follow the life of dancer Mary Santiago (Selena Gomez) as she struggles to make ends meet after her mother's death by serving as a dancer for pop diva Dominique Blatt, all the while being harassed by the diva's own daughters. Mary's only dream was to become a ballerina like her mother, and after seeing the famous dancer Joey Parker (Drew Seeley) return to graduate school and rediscover his love for dance, Mary has newfound optimism. Mary's chance to get closer to the Joey at the school masquerade ball is thwarted when she loses her MP3 player during a chance encounter.
Movies that take inspiration from Cinderella tend to do well at the box office. A new version starring Camila Cabello has actually just been released on Amazon.
The Fundamentals of Caring, a Netflix original film, explored themes of friendship, pain, inner growth, and the catalytic effect of confronting one's demons. The film, helmed by Rob Burnett and starring Paul Rudd, Gomez, and Craig Roberts, told the story of Ben (Rudd), a writer who, following a tragic event in his life, abandons his ambition to become a caregiver. Six weeks into his training, he met his first client: Trevor, a sassy, muscular-dystrophy-afflicted teenager. Because Ben is emotionally paralyzed and Trevor is physically paralyzed, they decided to take a short trip to see some of the places the boy had seen in the news. Their initially wary acquaintance grew into a deep friendship as they traveled together and met Dot (Gomez), an independent young woman who decided to tag along.
Review aggregate site Tomatometer gave the film a score of 77%, while 83% of the audience gave it a positive response.
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