Abigail Breslin goth Bullett magazine

No more Little Miss Sunshine. Abigail Breslin goes goth for Bullett. Photo: Bullett Magazine

Abigail Breslin, femme fatale?

Better believe it. The child actress -- best known for her cutie-pie role in 2006's "Little Miss Sunshine" -- is looking decidedly edgier in Bullett magazine's premiere Femme issue.

Last seen rocking blue eye shadow in Nylon, the 14-year-old star gets a punk rock makeover courtesy of an Alice Dellal-esque side-swept do, black eyeliner, and an all-black ensemble from Frank Tell, Bess, and Yigal Azrouel.

Of course, the new look may not be so surprising, given Breslin's upcoming film "Janie Jones," in which she plays the abandoned child of a rock-star dad and groupie mom. "Kit Kittredge," it ain't.

Speaking of teens gone wild, the issue also features a garter-clad Taylor Momsen -- but of course that's nothing new.

Meanwhile, actress Elizabeth Banks goes old Hollywood for a glamorous pictorial and supermodel Cindy Crawford poses topless. Forget 14 -- we want to be 44!

In other teen news, Heather Locklear's 13-year-old daughter, Ava Sambora, is a runway star.

And if you want to toughen up your look, check out these violent jewelry pieces.