Dakota Fanning Graduates High School: Which Under-21 Starlet Will Be America's Next Sweetheart?
You'll next see 17-year-old Fanning in "Breaking Dawn" Parts 1 and 2. And while vampires are her latest thing, she played a rocker in the indie film "The Runaways."
You'll catch 13-year-old Elle Fanning in this weekend's anticipated sci-fi flick "Super 8."
She was nominated for an Oscar for "True Grit" -- now, 14-year-old Steinfeld is set to play Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet."
She's a music star now, but 10-year-old Smith appeared in "I Am Legend," and we're sure we'll be seeing more of her on the big screen!
Julia Roberts' 20-year-old niece will next be seen in "The Art of Getting By." Previously, she appeared in "Scream 4" and "Valentine's Day."
Currently, she's best known as Justin Bieber's girlfriend -- but 18-year-old Gomez will co-star with Leighton Meester in this summer's "Monte Carlo."
The 18-year-old "iCarly" star has expressed an interest in doing more adult roles. She recently appeared in "The Good Wife."
Dakota Fanning, who most of us remember as a tiny little girl in "I Am Sam" and "War of the Worlds," has graduated from North Hollywood's Campbell Hall Episcopal High School, People magazine reports.
And despite her flourishing Hollywood career, Fanning managed to be both a cheerleader and homecoming queen in high school (hate her yet?).
Recently, Fanning has appeared as a Volturi vampire in the "Twilight" saga and rocker Cherie Currie in "The Runaways," both co-starring Kristen Stewart. But will Fanning grow up to top K-Stew at the box office? And will she evolve into America's Next Sweetheart, like Meg Ryan and Julia Roberts before her?
She may -- but she'll have some serious competition from her own sister.
From the Fanning sisters to Emma Roberts to Willow Smith, click through our slideshow and let us know: Which under-21 starlet will become America's next sweetheart?
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