Abigail Breslin Bags Lead Role In Remake Of ‘Dirty Dancing’, Reports
American renowned young actress and singer Abigail Breslin, who has huge list of fans, will be seen in remake of “Dirty Dancing,” as her name has bagged for one of the project’s roles.
BBC News has published a report regarding the cast of remake of 1987 American romantic drama “Dirty Dancing”, the former child star has elected character for upcoming film’s lead role of ‘Baby Houseman’.
Everyone admits her versatile personality as Abigail Breslin has showed off her best in movie “Little Miss Sunshine” played child star role Olive Hoover and on American so popular television comedy- series “Scream Queens”.
However, Abigail Breslin first time signed for any lead role and her fans are wishing that “Baby Houseman” for sequel of 80s super hit venture “Dirty Dancing”, will open a gate of success for her in Hollywood.
When the hitmaker of “The Worst Part/Auld Lang Syne” was asked by reporters about her passion to work in movies as well about her experience s child star, replied that to work in movies was her one of the biggest desires and first worked as child star— remained tremendous experience for Abigail Breslin.
The 19-year-old songstress also shared her experience to work with Hollywood super actress Cameron Diaz as child star in “My Sister’s Keeper” which remained excellent experience to her, while appreciated her family’s support and help as well.
According to latest reports, the “Dirty Dancing” remake will be directed by Wayne Blair, who recently critically acclaimed for his directorial skills in “Septembers of Shiraz” and comes under the banner of TV by ABC network.
In 1987s “Dirty Dancing” the versatile actress Jennifer Grey was seen playing lead role of a 17-year-old girl who falls in love with her working-class dance instructor.