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Five Faces to Watch in 2007 - The Girls

Abigail Breslin was nominated for an Oscar for her performance in Little Miss Sunshine.Abigail Breslin - The younger sister to Spencer Breslin (Zoom, [kwlink 6509]Shaggy Dog) is starting to outshine her bro. Abigail got noticed playing Mel Gibson's daughter in Signs back in 2002 but she really made her name (and scored an Oscar nomination for best supporting actress!) playing Olive in the indie hit Little Miss Sunshine. Keep an eye out for her this year in No Reservations (with Catherine Zeta-Jones) and Definitely, Maybe (with Rachel Weisz).[/kwlink]

Kristin Bell played Veronica on Veronica MarsKristen Bell - Better know as Veronica from Veronica Mars, Kristen Bell will be making a name for herself on the big screen as Hex in Flatland: The Movie and as Zoe in Fanboys. She's also been named PETA's "World's Sexiest Vegetarian" for 2006. Pass the brussel sprouts!

Alyson Stoner will voice Isabella on the cartoon Phineas and Ferb.Alyson Stoner - You may recognize Alyson as Max from The Suite Life of Zack and Cody but she'll be a household name this year after playing Alice McKinley in Alice (along side Luke Perry and Lucas Grabeel) and as Isabella in the new cartoon Phineas and Ferb, set to premiere in summer 2007 on the Disney Channel.

AnnaSophia Robb has five films out in 2007.AnnaSophia Robb - AnnaSophia's career kicked into high gear when she landed the role of Violet Beauregarde in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory but she's set to be in just about everything this year. Watch for AnnaSophia in Bridge to Terabithia, Doubting Thomas, The Reaping, A West Texas Children's Story and Ferris Wheel. Don't expect AnnaSophia to be taking a break anytime soon, though: she's hard at work filming for Jumper, due out in 2008.

Brittany Curran will star alongside Emily Osment in The Haunting: Volume One.Brittany Curran - Brittany Curran has made a few appearances as Carly on Drake and Josh and played a minor spelling bee competitor in Akeelah and the Bee but expect to see more of her this year as she teams up with Emily Osment in The Haunting Hour: Volume One, a story of mystery, kidnap, and high school popularity.

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