Abigail Breslin is not a little girl anymore.

Wearing sky-high heels, heavy makeup and a short dress, the 15-year-old star who shot to fame in 2006’s Little Miss Sunshine (after roles in 2004’s Raising Helen and 2002’s Signs) looks every inch the vamp at the Vanity Fair Tribeca Film Festival Party held Wednesday at The State Supreme Courthouse in NYC.

Still, she’s not too cool for her mom, who tags along as her date to the swanky cocktail party where she rubs elbows with Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld and Anna Kendrick, who refuses interviews because “you’re just going to ask me about Twilight, I know it!”

Who’s Abigail’s favorite? It’s hard to say.

“I’m excited to be here,” she says with a twinkle in her eye. “I feel like when I’m at a party, I’m looking around at everything. I get starstuck by everybody.”

Just in case she feels like it’s too much, she has an easy escape.

“My phone is always in front of me, 24/7,” she says.

Abigail’s film, Janie Jones, premieres tomorrow during the Tribeca Film Festival.


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