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December 3, 2012

Little Miss Sunshine has turned into a serious star. Promotional stills from Abigail Breslin‘s upcoming movie, “Final Girl,” are out, and show the 16-year-old actress dolled up like Marilyn Monroe.

The plot of the movie isn’t exactly pretty. According to Deadline, Breslin plays the lead in the thriller about a pack of vicious teenage boys that chooses the wrong girl to be the victim of their final “initiation.”

Breslin proved her acting chops as a kid — she scored an Oscar nomination for playing a wannabe pageant queen in “Little Miss Sunshine” at the tender age of 10.


10-year-old Abigail Breslin in 2007.

“Final Girl” director Tyler Shields, who’s famous for provocative photo shoots with the likes of Lindsay Lohan, thinks this role will show she’s in it for the long haul.

“I don’t even have the words to describe her; she blew me away on set yesterday,” Shields told the Huffington Post.”She is unlike anyone has ever seen her before. You will see the dangerous and the beautiful side of Abigail Breslin.”

from:  http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/abigail-breslin-young-actresses-whove-adult-roles/story?id=17849002#.ULzpyoPho3g

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Abigail Breslin was born on April 14th, 1996 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abigail_Breslin

April 14th, 1996

4 + 14 +1+9+9+6 = 43 = her life lesson = Entertainer.  Entertaining.  Having fun.  Enjoying herself.

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numerology for Friday December 21st, 2012 (the “end of the Mayan calendar”) at:

http://2012numerology.wordpress.com/

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comprehensive summary and list of predictions for 2012:

http://predictionsyear2012.com/

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predictions for the year 2013 are at:

http://predictionsyear2013.com/

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Abigail Breslin (left) and Sarah Jessica Parker are among the star-studded cast members who do nothing to help this flop.

10:40 PM        December 8, 2011

If I say I don’t much care for New Year’s Eve, I risk sounding like a curmudgeon. But I have zero reservations about telling you how much I loathed “New Year’s Eve,” a soul-sucking monument to Hollywood greed and saccharine holiday culture.

Director Garry Marshall’s star-stuffed follow-up to “Valentine’s Day” begins with an unrecognizably dowdy Michelle Pfeiffer being knocked face-first into some garbage bags, and goes downhill from there.

It’s New Year’s Eve in the drabbest-looking Big Apple ever, populated by the least witty and insightful human beings ever. Here is what passes for a high-comedy insult: “You’re a really charming guy. Where do you work, the DMV?” Seth Meyers, for shame.

Meanwhile, Hilary Swank frets as head of the Times Square Ball Drop Committee (or something like that); the ball is stuck on its ascent. Her press conference — slow news day? — is broadcast to the gathering mob in the square, which falls silent, as mobs are wont to do.

Pfeiffer, a high-strung secretary, quits her job and hires bike messenger Zac Efron, bro-ing it up alarmingly, to help her realize everything on her life’s to-do list. In one day, for some reason.

Rich boy Josh Duhamel, broken down upstate, desperately searches for a way back. He’s got a date with a mysterious lady from last New Year’s Eve, as well as a speaking gig at an event catered by chef Katherine Heigl, whose ex (Jon Bon Jovi, well-preserved) turns out to be the evening’s musical guest. Will their passion reignite? Does Hector Elizondo always show up in a Marshall film?

Robert De Niro makes an unintentionally hilarious appearance as a cancer-stricken former Vietnam photojournalist who’s not long for this world. “Remember to follow your heart,” he croaks at Halle Berry, the most beautiful nurse in the history of nurses.

There is one small moment, courtesy of Berry, that feels emotionally honest. It’s probably not even as good as I’m remembering, but comparatively it’s Olivier doing Shakespeare.

Sarah Jessica Parker, as mom to Abigail Breslin’s restless teen, is just plain miscast: both her brother and her suitor (last act reveals) seem far too young.

Finally, there are neighbors Ashton Kutcher and Lea Michele, stuck in their loft building’s elevator. This vignette feels like a microcosm of the myth of spending New Year’s in Times Square.

Penned into a small space for eight hours, this duo whiles away the time swapping life stories, falling in love and bursting into song.

Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/entertainment/movies/an_epic_new_year_hangover_YL0bgLQ8KXaWDylOJTapQL#ixzz1g6h5Uvfm

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Abigail Breslin was born on April 14th, 1996 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abigail_Breslin

April 14th, 1996

4 + 14 +1+9+9+6 = 43 = her life lesson = what she is here to learn = Entertainer.  Entertaining.  Having fun.

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find out your own numerology at:

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