Breslin next appeared in the 2007 romantic comedy No Reservations, playing the niece of master chef Kate Armstrong (Catherine Zeta-Jones).
In the independent film Keane, she played Kira Bedik, a young girl who reminds the mentally disturbed protagonist William Keane (Damian Lewis) of his abducted daughter.
Keane had a limited theatrical release and grossed only $394,390 worldwide, but it received positive reviews, and Breslin's performance was praised by critics.
Night Shyamalan, where she played Bo Hess, the daughter of the main character, Graham Hess (Mel Gibson).
Signs garnered mostly positive reviews and was a box office success, grossing $408 million worldwide.
She was cast at the age of six, years before filming was started.
Her co-stars, Greg Kinnear and Alan Arkin, both mentioned that they were "astounded by her seriousness of purpose during shooting." Little Miss Sunshine was a critical and commercial success, grossing 0 million worldwide.
Meghan Keane of The New York Sun wrote that "the scenes between Mr.
Lewis and the charmingly fragile Kira, winningly played by Ms.
The two stars were caught hanging out after the 2013 Teen Choice Awards which fueled dating rumors.