It looks like the young starlet may be getting right back to work after she finishes her treatment program, but will it be too much for her to handle?
Demi Lovato‘s career seems to still be going strong despite her recent stint in a treatment center, with news that she is being considered for what would be her biggest role to date in the feature film version of The Avengers. Slated to be directed by Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon, the film will feature an all star cast including Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans and more — but is it too soon for Demi to be heading back to work?
The film will begin shooting April 1, meaning Demi, 18, would likely only have about three months to adjust following her time in treatment. The actress and singer has proven she is taking her stint in treatment seriously, staying for the recommended period of time and not frequently leaving the facility like certain other starlets, but this would still be a major shock from her now more structured environment.
The problem seems to arise in the size of this sure to be blockbuster film. While Demi has been in her fair share of hit films, among them Camp Rock and Princess Protection Program, The Avengers would be a much, much bigger film and introduce Demi to an even greater fan base.