’ ” Breslin wrote the Christmas song while filming “August” in Oklahoma.
“I just missed being home, and I wrote it about being homesick and missing the everyday rituals of being home and being with your family,” she says.
“Blaine” matte jersey gown, 5 at BJØRG reflecting spheres ear cuff, 4 at shop.Maria Black “Peak” rings, 3 each at Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave.“Maya” necklace, 0, “ “Pyramid 1” necklace, , and “Ryan” necklace, 3, all at “I think that you’re not even normal being a regular teenager who doesn’t act! I love working with him.” So was she trying to send a Miley-esque message about breaking free from the perfect little girl image that society has impressed upon her?
” says Breslin, who is home-schooled and will graduate in June. I’m coping more with that, dealing with my friends and life in general — the whole growing-up process. “I was not trying to send a message to anybody about anything,” she says.
Turns out, the actress is also getting into music herself.
She’s currently working on an album, with a planned release of next year.
Last month, US Weekly claimed Breslin is dating 25-year-old Jack Barakat, guitarist for the pop-punk band All Time Low.
(And, every mother’s worst nightmare, he also used to date former Hugh Hefner plaything Holly Madison.) “We’re really good friends,” Breslin demurs.
Despite the new endeavor and plans to attend college (The New School is her top choice), Breslin’s not putting film behind her.’ ” Still, she sure does look mature, as her red carpet appearance this week proved.Other teen stars may hit the town in micro-minis or even sans pants, but there was the adorably gawky girl from “Little Miss Sunshine,” looking slinky in a floor-length gown of alternating sheer and metallic panels as she promoted her new film, “August: Osage County.” You’ve come a long way, baby. ’ ” says Breslin of the man who directed her 12 years ago in “Signs.” “I was like, ‘Abby, Abigail Breslin.’ And he was just completely shocked, like ‘What the hell?Draped in a long maroon dress with bad girl boots and a biker jacket, she’s clutching the oversize pillow in her lap.“It is just crazy because you know that you could never match up to [Streep], so you’re just trying to keep up the slightest bit.” A native New Yorker, Breslin was raised in the same Lower East Side apartment she still calls home today.