Miley Cyrus has been tapped to star in and produce an untitled God-themed comedy with a deal through Paramount, reports The Hollywood Reporter.

According to the site, the "high-concept" film was written by Sam Brown and Jack Angelo, and involves a "broken promise to God." Cyrus will produce the project with her mother, Tish Cyrus, through their production company, Hope Town Entertainment, in conjunction with Andrew Panay of Panay Films, who is known for his work on 'Wedding Crashers' and 'When in Rome.'

Cyrus has oscillated between her music and film career over the years, but now that her stint as the ever-popular 'Hannah Montana' is over, the 18-year-old is looking to transition into more adult roles. In 2010, she landed the lead in 'The Last Song' opposite real-life boyfriend Liam Hemsworth, and is set to release the action comedy 'So Undercover' and the comedy 'LOL,' which also stars Demi Moore and Ashley Greene.

Cyrus just wrapped her international Gypsy Heart tour, and performed at Starkey Hearing Foundation's annual So the World May Hear gala on July 24. Her faith recently came into question by fans when she revealed a new tattoo that she got in support of gay rights.

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