Bindi Irwin is no longer just Steve Irwin's little girl. The 14-year-old is starring in a new film, "Return to Nim's Island," premiering on the Hallmark Channel on March 15. The flick is the sequel to the 2008 big-screen hit "Nim's Island." Bindi is playing Nim, which is a role that was previously played by Abigail Breslin.
The young animal activist was spotted at a photo shoot in Sydney, Australia, on Monday for her upcoming movie, still sporting her signature khaki shorts and button-down tee. So, even though she might be the daughter of the "Crocodile Hunter," she has also managed to become a star in her own right! Bindi has had several successful TV shows, including "Bindi: The Jungle Girl," which she won an Emmy for in 2008, and has hosted a children's wildlife-themed game show called "Bindi's Bootcamp."
Check out this vid to see for yourself what the Irwin cutie has been up to all these years!
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