Thanks to roles in the likes of 2013′s Harmony Korine-directed Spring Breakers and 2015′s release of her aptly named LP, Revival (which included an A$AP Rocky remix of the radio smash “Good For You”), Selena Gomez has done well to break out of the Disney-fied mold of her roots. Now the 23-year-old Texas native is going even further, linking up with Paul Rudd for the upcoming Netflix drama The Fundamentals of Caring and James Franco’s adaptation of John Steinbeck’s pre-Of Mice and Men offering, In Dubious Battle. On the occasion of her upcoming role opposite the likes of Seth Rogen, Zac Efron, Rose Byrne, Chloë Grace Moretz, and Dave Franco in Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, the singer/actress has been tapped by GQ for its May 2016 issue. Shot by Victor Demarchelier, the spread sees Gomez all grown up and will be accompanied by a Zach Baron-penned piece in which she sheds light on the film and reflects on a childhood spent in the spotlight.
Gomez’s GQ feature will premiere online tomorrow, but her sultry shoot — and accompanying behind-the-scenes video — are already up.
Neighbors 2 hits theaters May 20.