Paris Jackson isn't waiting to make her mark on stardom, despite her late father's wishes.

The 13-year-old-daughter of Michael Jackson will begin filming her first project in January, titled Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys. The flick is based on a series of fantasy novels by Dennis. H Christen, whose notable work includes the non-fiction book "Rape? Not Me!! A Book on Self Preservation". 

Thankfully, Jackson's project is much more age appropriate, though no less strange. It will feature the budding star as the "human character" alongside Larry King as King Pom and Joey Fatone as Paco the starfish. According to the trailer on the movie's website, the plot will be about how "ancient sea-magic turns a dolphin into a human, an evil spell changes a teenage boy into a dragonfly and a once good and loving jellyfish queen becomes an evil fairy godmother".

Regardless of the questionable subject matter, one thing is certainly commendable: 50 percent of the profits of the film will go towards the US school system. Looks like Paris has her dad's inclination for altruism in addition to his gift for entertaining.

[via USA Today]