Miley Cyrus will star in and produce an untitled Paramount film with the premise of Christianity. The God-themed film will be Miley’s debut production alongside her mother, Tish Cyrus, under the duo’s Hope Town Entertainment brand. Also producing is Andrew Panay, “Wedding Crashers” and “When in Rome” creator.
Writers of the new movie’s storyline, Sam Brown and Jack Angelo, are keeping information about the script very quiet, but the comedy is understood to entail a broken promise to God. Producing via Panay Films is Adam Glass, with Jodi Zuckerman Weiner as executive producer.
Cyrus, 18-year-old former Disney star, is effectively transitioning into more adults roles. She starred in the Nicholas Sparks romance “The Last Song” in 2010 alongside boyfriend Liam Hemsworth. The film earned $89m worldwide.
Also, in “LOL: Laughing Out Loud”, Cyrus will be playing Demi Moore’s drug-using daughter. According to script details which have been leaked to the media, Cyrus’ character will be shown taking drugs, talking about sex, and kissing a girl. The film includes “Twilight” star Ashley Greene and is due for release this winter.
In a comic adventure “So Undercover”, Cyrus will play a private investigator hired by the FBI to penetrate a sorority house. The cast includes “Entourage” star Jeremy Piven and television host Kelly Osbourne, and will premiere in October.
Cyrus and Hemsworth spent last weekend together at Orchard Lake, Michigan where the couple was photographed sunbathing and riding jet skis. Hemsworth has a leading role in the upcoming film “The Hunger Games” which will hit theaters on March 23, 2012.
After a year long hiatus from Twitter, Cyrus used her account to display the tattoo of an equal sign on her ring finger. The picture was captioned, “all LOVE is equal” just days after same-sex marriage was legalized in New York City. The singer and actress had to defend her decision to support gay marriage as fans flooded Twitter with mixed reactions.