Kim Kardashian is moving from the small screen to the big one.
The “Kardashians” star will produce and star in an upcoming female-driven comedy titled “The 5th Wheel,” which is being scripted by Paula Pell and Janine Brito, Deadline reported Sunday.
Kardashian reportedly has been hands-on in the pitching for the film and even has attended each meeting to deliver her pitch.
The Skims founder’s skills as a businesswoman appear to have swayed Hollywood, as multiple studios are “lining up to get in business” with her, according to the site.
Although she has plenty of experience as a reality star, Kardashian, 43, has been spreading her wings into the scripted world.
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She recently starred in the “Delicate” season of the FX anthology horror series “American Horror Story,” a role that earned her both praise and criticism from viewers.
Award-winning actresses Patti LuPone and Sharon Stone spoke out against the casting at the time, with the Broadway legend telling Andy Cohen that Kardashian was “taking the role away from actors.”
The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” alum also did voice work for the animated film “Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie” alongside two of her children, North and Saint.
According to legal documents obtained by the Blast, 10-year-old North — who played a Pomeranian pup named Mini in the film — received $20,000 for four recording sessions.
Meanwhile, 7-year-old Saint made $10,000 for two recording sessions for his role as Meteor Max.
The outlet also reported that “behind-the-scenes” videos of North were filmed for promotion.
Kardashian hosted a private premiere party with her four kids — North, Saint, Chicago, 5, and Psalm, 4 — and other family members when the first franchise’s film, “Paw Patrol: The Movie,” was released in 2021.