10 Best Selena Gomez Movies, If you are a fan then definitely watch it

Selena Gomez isn’t just known as a pop star. The singer of “Same Old Love” has appeared in various films on both the big and small screen over the years, transitioning from princess-like roles in Disney Channel original movies to more mature characters in feature-length films. From “Spring Breakers” to “In Dubious Battle,” here are the top 10 Selena Gomez movies.

1) Another Cinderella Story (2008)

Another Cinderella Story

After Joey Parker (played by Drew Seeley) encounters a dancer (played by Gomez) at a masked ball, he goes to extraordinary lengths to locate her.

2) Princess Protection Program (2009)

Princess Protection Program

Carter Mason (played by Gomez) is a high school student who works at a bait shop, and her crush doesn’t even know she exists (this is a DCOM, people). Enter Princess Rosalinda (played by Demi Lovato): the newest member of the Princess Protection Program. Think Witness Protection, but for princesses (again, it’s a DCOM). Carter’s father heads the program and takes Princess Rosalinda in when her kingdom is threatened. The two girls have to figure out how to live together and, spoiler alert, they might just learn a thing or two from each other along the way.

3) Ramona and Beezus (2010)

Ramona and Beezus

In a relatable tale inspired by the classic Beverly Cleary books about siblings who often clash, Gomez portrays Beezus, the older sister to spirited Ramona (played by Joey King). United, they strive to protect their family home and discover the significance of sisterhood throughout their journey.

4) Monte Carlo (2011)

Monte Carlo (2011)

After graduating, three best friends from high school decide to leave their waitressing jobs behind and embark on a trip to Paris (why not!), only to discover that Gomez’s character, Grace, bears an uncanny resemblance to a French royal named Cordelia Winthrop Scott. During Scott’s absence, Grace steps in to impersonate her, assuming royal duties and enjoying the luxurious treatment in Monte Carlo.

5) Spring Breakers (2012)

Spring Breakers (2012)

In her prominent role outside of Disney, Gomez stars alongside Ashley Benson, Vanessa Hudgens, Rachel Corinne, and James Franco in “Spring Breakers”. Gomez portrays Faith, one of the four members of a girl gang who rob a diner to fund their spring break excursion to Florida.

6) Hotel Transylvania (2012)

Hotel Transylvania

The computer-animated monster comedy tells the tale of Count Dracula, voiced by Adam Sandler, who runs Hotel Transylvania, a sanctuary for monsters seeking refuge from the world’s fear of them. Dracula throws an extravagant party to mark the 118th birthday of his daughter, Mavis, played by Selena Gomez, and panics when she starts developing feelings for a human who unexpectedly crashes the celebration.

7) Behaving Badly (2014)

Behaving Badly

Gomez co-stars with Nat Wolff in “Behaving Badly”. In the movie, Wolff portrays a smitten teenager who strikes a deal with a mobster’s son to win over the girl (played by Gomez).

8) Rudderless (2014)

Rudderless (2014)

Similar to “13 Reasons Why,” “Rudderless” follows the narrative of a father who forms a band upon uncovering tapes left by his deceased son, who perished in a school shooting at his college campus. Gomez takes on the role of Kate Lucas, the girlfriend of the son, who mourns alongside the father.

9) Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015)

Hotel Transylvania 2

The second movie in the successful franchise unfolds several years after the original. It tracks Gomez’s character Mavis and her former flame, now husband Johnny, voiced by Andy Samberg, as they navigate life with their young son, who shows no signs of vampire abilities, causing concern for the couple.

10) Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016)

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016)

Gomez makes a brief appearance in “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising,” portraying a preppy sorority president who informs Chloe Grace Moretz’s character, Morgan, that sororities are not allowed to host parties. This interaction sets off the wild and Zac-Efron’s-abs-filled plot of the film.

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