Tonight Show: Abigail Breslin The Call
Abigail Breslin, best known for her role as Olive Hoover in Little Miss Sunshine, is stopping by the Tonight Show to promote her new movie The Call.
The Call, which also stars Halle Berry, centers on a 911 dispatcher who hears one person die at the hands of a killer. Years later, she gets another call about a kidnapped girl (the girl Breslin is playing) and she is haunted by her memories of the first kidnapping and murder. She must face her own fears to save this young girl from the hands of a killer.
Tonight Show: Abigail Breslin All Grown Up In Final Girl
Breslin is also starring in the movie Final Girl, the first film by photographer-turned-director Tyler Shields. She said she is a bit nervous for this movie because it is truly the first movie where she will step out from child star into an adult actress. She even glammed up for a photoshoot before the film started shooting, looking more reminiscent of Marilyn Monroe than a goofy little girl doing some provocative dance moves on stage. The 16-year-old actress really showed her seductive side when shooting those photos to promote the movie.
The movie follows Breslin as she turns on a few boys who tried to get her to be their first initiation into their new club. Final girl is also a trope in horror/slash genre films referring to final female alive, usually the one telling the story in hindsight. So expect a lot of gore from this film.
Tonight Show: The Mavericks In Time Review
Between the years 1992 and 2003, The Mavericks recorded six different albums, with one of their songs, “Here Comes the Rain,” winning a Grammy for Best Country Performance by a Group. But after their sixth album debuted, the band decided to part ways and work on their own solo projects.
About eight years after breaking up, The Mavericks were back together and they were ready to record another album, In Time. Although the band went their separate ways one time, with one becoming a full-time father and another an art curator, they say this time they may be sticking together for good.