From Selena Gomez to Saoirse Ronan, The Most Talented Teens on Screen

Taylor Lautner, 19, has acting chops that are almost as impressive as his abs. He’s starring in a big-time blockbuster Abduction, which opens later this year and he was in a little movie called Twilight which earned him some well-deserved fanfare.
Selena Gomez, 18, has been adorbs in Disney movies like Princess Protection Programand Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie, but her starring role in this summer’s Monte Carlowill set her apart from her fellow Disney princesses.
We’re hopelessly addicted to Victorious solely because of the adorableness of Victoria Justice, 17, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to see her on the big screen for her first movie role in the upcoming flick Fun Size.
Miley Cyrus, 18, is a seriously actress. Seriously! Don’t believe us? Then you’re definitely gonna want to catch her in So Undercover and LOL: Laughing Out Loud, both hitting theaters in the next year.
Miranda Cosgrove, 17, was awesome onDrake & Josh way back in the day, and her own Disney show iCarly certainly doesn’t disappoint. Her first grown-up role was on an episode ofThe Good Wife late last year, and we’re hoping for a big film before she heads off to college.
From I Am Sam all the way to The Runaways,Dakota Fanning, 17, has had a more amazing career than most adults in Hollywood. Her bad ass role in Twilight might just be her best yet — but we’re a little biased, obvs.
Josh Hutcherson, 18, is like the dude version of Dakota Fanning. He’s been in thousands (just an estimate) of movies and they have all been awesome. He’s going to get an Oscar by the time he’s 22. We’re calling it right here.
Saoirse Ronan, 16, has been in amazing movies since her start at age 13 in Atonement. After that came The Lovely Bones, The Way Back, and Hanna, and she’s set to star in four bound-to-be-blockbusters.
Logan Lerman, 19, will always be the one and only Percy Jackson, but we could not be more excited to see him play totally different roles inThe Three Musketeers and Perks of Being A Wallflower.
Hailee Steinfeld, 14, has only been in one movie ever, but True Grit was awesome (hi, fifteen million Golden Globe nominations!) and her next flick Forgotten is bound to be just as incredible. Can’t wait!

No comments:

Post a Comment