Selena Gomez looks very upset in this brand new still from her new Netflix movie The Fundamentals of Caring, provided exclusively to JustJaredJr.com.
Director Rob Burnett had some really great things to say about Selena during the shoot!
“Selena brought a visceral understanding to the part of Dot. She adds a compelling energy to the film at just the right moment,” Rob told Just Jared Jr. “Of Selena’s many great qualities, I think my two favorites are that she works hard and has no ego. She auditioned three times for the part, which is unusual for someone of her stature. I really enjoyed our collaboration.”
The film also stars Paul Rudd, Bobby Cannavale, Jennifer Ehle, and more, and will debut on the streaming service on June 24.
Selena is currently on tour for the album, and will play her last shows next month. Check out her set list in case you missed it.
Watch the new music video below…
Selena Gomez’s ‘Kill ‘Em With Kindness’ Music Video
FYI: Selena is wearing a The Row trench and dress with Paul Andrew shoes for the main look. She is wearing a Rick Owens dress and Manolo Blahnik shoes in the vanity lounge. She is wearing a Vionnet gown and Roger Vivier shoes in the hallway. The video was directed by Emil Nava and styled by Christian Classen, with hair by Lona Vigi, makeup by Hung Vanngo, and nails by Tom Bachik.
Selena Gomez is planning on donating proceeds from her Revival Tour stop in North Carolina next Tuesday (June 7) to a local LGBT organization after an anti-LGBTQ law was passed last month.
Even though some performers cancelled their shows, the 23-year-old will still take the stage and released a statement to explain her decision.
“I am very fortunate to have grown up in a home where I learned from an early age that everyone should be treated equally. I went back and forth on whether I should cancel my concert in North Carolina and ultimately I think what is right for me is to move forward with my show and donate a portion of the proceeds to Equality North Carolina and their effort to defeat this act of discrimination,” she said.
Selena added, “I’ve been reassured the venue I will be performing in has gender neutral bathrooms as I want everyone coming to my show to be welcomed. I feel like my generation is the most progressive one yet and believe there will be a day soon when laws like HB2 won’t even be a consideration.”
Selena Gomez hangs out of the window of a car in a scene from her upcoming movie The Fundamentals of Caring, which will debut on Netflix on June 24.
Here is the movie’s synopsis: The film follows the story of Ben (Paul Rudd), a retired writer who becomes a caregiver after suffering a personal tragedy. After 6 weeks of training, Ben meets his first client, Trevor (Craig Roberts), a foul-mouthed 18-year-old with muscular dystrophy. One paralyzed emotionally, one paralyzed physically, Ben and Trevor take an impromptu road trip to all the places Trevor has become obsessed with while watching the local news, including their holy grail: the World’s Deepest Pit. Along the way, they pick up a smart-mouthed runaway (Gomez) and a mother-to-be who help test the pair’s survival skills outside of their calculated existence as they come to understand the importance of hope and true friendship.
Selena Gomez was overwhelmed with emotion when she was presented with a fan project in the middle of her Revival Tour show in Montreal, Canada on Thursday (May 26).
The 23-year-old singer was on stage performing her hit song “Who Says” when fans right up front held up signs saying “We are worth it,” referencing the song’s lyric, “Who says you’re not worth it?”
Selena had to stop singing and let the fans complete the song for her.
“Thank you guys for spending your night with me,” Selena said after finishing the song. “Whether you’ve been here from the beginning or now, it’s just been such a crazy ride because you’ve seen me go through my ups and downs, and I couldn’t be more grateful.”
Selena Gomez’s Fans Bring Her To Happy Tears at Concert
“Selena [Gomez] has been incredibly, incredibly smart,” Nick shared. “She played me [her 2015 album] Revival maybe six months before it came out and I knew, like, this is excellent. I was such a fan of ‘Good for You’ and ‘Hands to Myself.’”
He added, “If you want to talk about that sort of graduating class of 2008, I’m really proud – it’s a really good group. Regardless of some of the history between us [Nick, Selena, Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus] in different ways, there’s a general strength and empowerment that we all feel, still being in the mix and being in a good spot. It’s a cool thing.”