Abigail Breslin: Topless For Tyler Shields Photo Shoot!

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Abigail Breslin poses topless in a revealing new photo shoot for risque celebrity photogapher Tyler Shields. Yes, that Abigail Breslin. She's now 17.

Shields, who directed her in the upcoming action/thriller Final Girl, has her sucking on a bright red lollipop while staring sultrily into the camera.

It's okay to be creeped out. Or turned on, if you're a 16-year-old guy?

Abigail Breslin Topless

In another shot, she sits mostly submerged in a bubble bath, eyes rimmed with smudged black eyeliner. You can see that image after the jump.

"Abigail wanted to do something new, something iconic," Shields says.

"People see her as innocent, but everyone grows up. After we made Final Girl together, we had a great relationship and it was easy to do this. She trusts me."

He adds that they went through a lot together on set: "I don't know if she gets nervous after the hell I put her through making the movie!" he jokes.

"She was great about it. She's an incredible actress!"

Let's just hope she continues to be known for that and not Lindsay Lohan-style photo shoots. When you bring Shields into the mix, one has to wonder!

Abigail Breslin Picture

Since earning an Oscar nod at age 9 for Little Miss Sunshine, Breslin has gone on to star in movies like Definitely, Maybe, New Year's Eve, and Ender's Game.

She also appears in the upcoming movie adaptation of August: Osage County, alongside Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Ewan McGregor, and other A-list actors.

"I wish I had some great story about the struggle of moving into the more adult roles, but I actually didn't," she said in an interview with ABC in October.

"It's been pretty natural, the transition into the teen and adult realm."

"My favorite thing in the world that me and my friends talk about is that I've been all grown up for about three years now," the actress joked in the interview.

"Every single time I'm photographed anywhere, the headline is 'All Grown Up.' It's been about three years now. I'm like, 'Okay, yeah, I'm all grown up.'"