Kendall Jenner has set her sights on dominating the big screen too, and it looks like her first starring role could be in the Fifty Shades Of Grey sequel...
Kendall Jenner may have a modelling career that just won't quit right now and be part of one of the most recognisable families in the world but she's not content just yet as this latest news proves.
The 18-year-old looks set to make her big-screen debut in a mega blockbuster movie series, if the director gets her way.
That's right, Sam Taylor-Wood (or Johnson if you prefer), the director of the highly anticipated film series of the racy Fifty Shades Of Grey novels by E.L. James, has set her sights on the actress and reportedly wants her to start in the film's sequel.
Sources have revealed that Sam is, apparently, a major fan of Kendall's TV series, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and is now in talks with her agents to see if a deal can be struck up. How exciting!
According to whispers, she is said to be fascinated by Kendall and even went as far to express interest in her appearing in the first film, but it just didn’t happen. We have to wonder if that was due to Kendall's age at the time of filming, or if their schedules just didn't gel. Who knows.
Apparently the film's bosses are up for Kendall's debut too, as Universal put in a call to her people and arranged a meeting last month, which went really well. If that's not promising, we don't know what is...
The first film is poised for release on Valentine's Day 2015 and stars ex-Calvin Klein model and our new major crush Jamie Dornan as leading man Christian Grey, while the beautiful Dakota Johnson takes on the role of Anastasia Steele.
While we doubt the part would be huge - mainly because all of the principle characters have been cast and most will appear in the first instalment of the movie - this is still a very exciting step in the right direction for Kendall who has recently stopped using her own iconic last name in a bid to be taken more seriously.
We've got our fingers firmly crossed for you, Kendall.
By Maxine Eggenberger