People say, like, 'Are you a regular person?' 'Well, I'm not a robot, if that's what you're asking, I really am a person.
Never let anyone try and make you into something that you're not. Remember what it is that you want, and always stay strong in that.
My phone is always in front of me, 24/7.
My mom didn't ever think I would take to acting because I was a very shy, very reserved kind of child. But obviously, something changed!
It's never really fun to have to cry in a scene or anything like that.
I've never had a treehouse because I live in New York City. It would be a little bit hard to fit a treehouse in a New York City apartment.
I've been really lucky with the people that I've gotten to work with. I learn a lot from them, just by watching them.
I've always been a huge fan of the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movies.
I'm from New York. I have a non, neutral accent. It can go any way you want.
I'm a huge horror movie fan. Beyond belief.
I'd love to work with Michelle Williams. I think that she's incredible. She's such a great actress and I love her.
I would love to do a 'Scream'-type movie.
I want to do wardrobe. I want to do hair. I want to do makeup. I want to do writing. I want to do directing. I want to do all of it. I like it. And I want to do producing.
I try to make myself do things for other people when I'm feeling down. Like, you can call your local hospital and help out in the pediatric unit.
I really like to cook.
I never want to play the same character twice. I like to do different roles. I have fun with that.
I made my first movie when I was five.
I love animated movies in general. I like making them.
I like to have sleepovers.
I like English, and I like writing essays, and that kind of stuff.
I have a really great family, and when Im not filming, I go home and walk the dogs, take out the garbage, clean my room, all that stuff. My family and my friends keep me in line, and make sure I dont get crazy.
I get $13 [a week] now, because I’m 13.
I don't really like to talk about other people. I think people who have things going on in their lives, I think they have enough to deal with, they don't need, you know, Abigail Breslin weighing in on their lives.
A lot of the time I'm working with people who are older than me.
It's never really fun to have to cry in a scene, or anything like that. I just try to put myself in the characters position, and that helps. It's never really fun, but at the same time, if you're having a really bad day, it's a great way to get out all of your frustration by doing a really angry or sad scene. That's always a good release.