Abigail Breslin Perfectly Embodies Baby in New 'Dirty Dancing' Poster
By Jackie Willis
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Nobody puts Abigail Breslin in a corner!
The 20-year-old actress is taking on the role of Baby Houseman in the TV movie remake of the 1986 classic film, Dirty Dancing, and from the looks of the most recent poster, she's definitely got the look.
In the image, Breslin is seen nuzzling her co-star, Colt Prattes, just as Jennifer Grey did when she famously portrayed Baby alongside Patrick Swayze, who played bad boy dancer Johnny Castle.
"Nobody puts Baby in a corner," Breslin captioned the poster, noting the classic line from the movie.
When speaking exclusively to ET last March, the Little Miss Sunshine star talked about the "insane" rehearsals that went along with portraying such a beloved character, and how nervous she was to try the iconic lift scene in the film. "I won't ever be ready," she quipped. "I want to have, like, somebody sign a contract saying I won't die. ...I would fall in such a complex way that everybody would just die."