Jackson is headed for Hollywood!

The 13-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson has just landed her very first feature film role in the upcoming fantasy flick, Lundon's Bridge and the Three Kings.

The film, adapted from the children's fantasy novel by Dennis H. Christen Lundon, is being produced by Larry & Shawn King, and centers on a dolphin who turns into a human, and a teenage boy who morphs into a dragonfly, and a jellyfish queen who changes into an evil fairy godmother.

The Jackson kids expressed their desire to enter the acting world during an interview with Good Morning America early this year, where grandma Katherine revealed:

    "Paris dresses up like a little waitress or something, and they shoot their little movies."

Paris is set to play the title role of Lundon O'Malley, and N Sync's Joey Fatone and Love Boat alum Ted Lange have also nabbed roles in the upcoming flick, which will donate 50% of all gross revenue profits directly to the U.S. school system.

Michael Jackson would be proud!